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List of plantations

This is a list of plantations or plantation houses.

Contents

  • Barbados 1
  • Jamaica 2
  • Newfoundland 3
  • Philippines 4
  • United States 5
  • References 6

Barbados

Jamaica

  • In Jamaica, a number of historic plantation houses are listed as Great Houses under the Jamaica National Heritage Trust.[1]

Newfoundland

  • Mockbeggar is an 18th-century fishing plantation situated at Bonavista, Newfoundland, Canada. It is maintained by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador as a provincial heritage site.
  • Pool Plantation is a 17th-century fishing plantation maintained by Sir David Kirke and his heirs at Ferryland in Newfoundland, Canada. The site was first settled in 1621 under a royal charter issued by King James I to Lord Baltimore. Pool Plantation was destroyed by French invaders in 1696. It is maintained by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador as a provincial heritage site.

Philippines

United States

References

  1. ^ Jamaica National Heritage Trust
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