The Seward Plantation is among the finest mid-nineteenth-century rural buildings in the state. The large Greek Revival central-hall-plan house has broad double-gallery porches that wrap halfway around the sides. There are four log outbuildings: slave quarters, corn-crib, horse barn, and double-pen haymow. There also are a well house and a board-and-batten cabin with an attached blacksmith's shop, known as Aunt Caroline's Cabin.
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John Hoblett Seward Plantation
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