Annandale Plantation (Georgetown County, South Carolina)

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Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.wikipedia
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Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.
Other sites on the National Register include Annandale Plantation, Arcadia Plantation, Battery White, Belle Isle Rice Mill Chimney, Beneventum Plantation House, Black River Plantation House, Brookgreen Gardens, Chicora Wood Plantation, Fairfield Rice Mill Chimney, Friendfield Plantation, Georgetown Light, Hobcaw Barony, Hopsewee, Keithfield Plantation, Mansfield Plantation, Milldam Rice Mill and Rice Barn, Minim Island Shell Midden (38GE46), Nightingale Hall Rice Mill Chimney, Old Market Building, Pee Dee River Rice Planters Historic District, Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church, Joseph H. Rainey House, Rural Hall Plantation House, Weehaw Rice Mill Chimney, Wicklow Hall Plantation, and Winyah Indigo School.

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Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Georgetown County, South Carolina

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Annandale Plantation, originally known as Millbrook, is a historic plantation house located near Georgetown, in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Greek Revival architecture

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The house is a two-story, Greek Revival style residence.

Tuscan order

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It has a Tuscan order- inspired portico.

Portico

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It has a Tuscan order- inspired portico.

George Trenholm

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George Alfred Trenholm bought the property in 1863; he served as Treasurer of the Confederate States of America (June 18, 1864 – April 7, 1865).

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George Alfred Trenholm bought the property in 1863; he served as Treasurer of the Confederate States of America (June 18, 1864 – April 7, 1865).

Rice huller

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The plantation was the site of the first tide-operated rice mill (c.

National Register of Historic Places

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The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

National Register of Historic Places architectural style categories

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Many plantation houses in the Southern United States were built in Greek Revival variations, including Millford Plantation, Melrose, Gaineswood, and Annandale Plantation