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... their soldiers. They also took his animals and food from the plantations so he was now basically broke. He got stressed out and ended up with pneumonia and died at 45. So his wife was left to raise their 8 children by herself so she moved into the basement and boarded up the 4 floors of rooms above them. She lived till she was in her 70's and her children all grew up and moved on. It sat with nothing else done to it till 1970.
Day 3 Headed out later after doing an hour of yoga and and hour of meditation.I made a goal of Baton Rouge for today and spent the day winding my way along the Mississippi River. I tried several times to actually see the river up close but there is a dyke all the way along it to keep the river in its place and so that the rich fertile lands of the floodplain could be used to grow cotton. There were signs to not go onto the ...
... national park service, and the US forest service, that were either lazy themselves or didn't know how to use us. This wasn't always the case, but happened on multiple occasions. Specifically I noticed that working with the USFS , we weren't pushed very hard because we were seen as free labor. And in a way we were. The districts We worked at weren't paying for us, instead somebody higher up the forest service bureaucratic ladder signed a contract ...
... was done authentically to the time period and the original home as to materials, colors, etc. They have completed the main floor and a beautiful outdoor kitchen, and are working on the second floor. I could not believe the luck that someone had cared so much for this historic home and had put such careful effort into careful and considerate restoration! It was a dream come true. We will stay in contact with this family, and exchange histories and pictures of ...
... then visited Longwood. Longwood is an eight-sided house, that was begun just before the Civil War. The shell, with all the brick work, and the lower floor, which they called the cellar,was also finished before the war began and construction was halted. So the Nutt family moved in, 18 months later he died, and his wife was left with 8 children to feed and cloth. She did it, but had to give up all the farms and other property except ...