The Sad Forgotten 215 year old Abandoned Rosa Plantation Deep Down South in Louisiana

Incredible historic architecture and house, has stood for over 200 years. The house survived Through the civil war and Great Depression only to end up crumbling away in the 21st century. It was built in 1810 for Stephen Duncan one of the wealthiest cotton and sugar planters in the antebellum south. Originally born in Pennsylvania he owned over 15 plantations. When the civil war broke out Stephen Duncan sided with the union and was essentially ostracized out of Mississippi. He passed away in 1867 in New York City. A very wealthy man having been able to retain all his wealth throughout the civil war for siding and aiding with the union. Very fascinating man. Thank you for watching!

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