Heritage, Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 1993 Page: 12
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A Work In Progress
The Lake Jackson Plantation
State Archaeological Landmark Site
By Joan Few
Plantations, slaves, and "Gone With the Wind," are words of our American
past, a glimmer of the "Old South." Few Texans realize that large plantations
existed in Texas just before the Civil War. Walking among the ruins of the Lake
Jackson Plantation, one can sense the energy that built these great structures.
Here’s what’s next.
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