Preview

image preview

Creation Date

11-24-2012

Building Name

Bulow Plantation Ruins

Description

Bulow Plantation Ruins well located in Flagler Beach, Florida. Bulow Plantation was a sugar plantation built by Charles Wilhelm Bulow in 1821. After the plantation burned to the ground during the Seminole War of 1836, it was abandoned. The ruins of the sugar mill, slave cabins, wells and plantation house are all that remains. It was designated a State Historic Park and is on the National Register of Historic Places (NRIS #70000185).

Latitude, Longitude

29.435697,-81.143114

Keywords

Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Wells--Florida--Flagler Beach; Sugar plantations--Florida--Flagler Beach; Flagler Beach (Fla.); Agricultural

Share

Image Location

 
COinS