PhotoTo the right of the Dairy is the Reconstructed Slave Cabin, built on the foundation of one of the original slave cabins.
York County, South Carolina
Located in York County near Rock Hill, Brattonsville is home to structures that range from a pre-Revolutionary War cabin to an antebellum plantation.
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Within this Series
PhotoFireplace inside Reconstructed Slave Cabin
PhotoShed and wagon used for loading corn
PhotoCart used for loading corn. In addition to corn, Dr. John Bratton also grew wheat and oats, and much of his wealth came from growing cotton.
PhotoThe structure to the right of the tree is the Double Pen Corn Crib.
PhotoFarm animals helped farmers to succeed in agriculture.
PhotoFarm animals were kept at the Work Barn.
PhotoLeft : Work Barn Right: Small Corn Crib for storing corn. After harvesting the corn, it would be left in the crib to dry with the shucks still on. After it dried out and the shucks were removed, it...
PhotoWagon used for hauling cotton
PhotoIn the Wood Shed, wood working would be done and furniture would be made.