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The Whitney Plantation Historic District is a museum devoted to slavery in the Southern United States. The district, including the main house and outbuildings, is preserved near Wallace, in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, on the River Road along the Mississippi River. The plantation was started in 1752 by German immigrants Ambroise Haydel and his wife. Their descendants owned it until 1867, when it was sold to businessman Bradish Johnson and renamed after one of his daughters, Whitney.

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  • The Whitney Plantation Historic District is a museum devoted to slavery in the Southern United States. The district, including the main house and outbuildings, is preserved near Wallace, in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, on the River Road along the Mississippi River. The plantation was started in 1752 by German immigrants Ambroise Haydel and his wife. Their descendants owned it until 1867, when it was sold to businessman Bradish Johnson and renamed after one of his daughters, Whitney. (en)
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  • The Whitney Plantation Historic District is a museum devoted to slavery in the Southern United States. The district, including the main house and outbuildings, is preserved near Wallace, in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, on the River Road along the Mississippi River. The plantation was started in 1752 by German immigrants Ambroise Haydel and his wife. Their descendants owned it until 1867, when it was sold to businessman Bradish Johnson and renamed after one of his daughters, Whitney. (en)
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