PhotoThe exterior of the Assembly/Dining Hall. It was used for formal dinners, parties, recitals, and dances. This addition to the house stood as a sign of their wealth and status in the community.
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PhotoEntrance to the Assembly Hall
PhotoBelow the Assembly Hall is the cellar, which acted as a central storage and work area, and was used for food preparation. A dumb waiter was used to bring items from the cellar to the dining room.
PhotoThis was the main food preparation area for the Homestead. Food would be prepared and carried over. This was typical during this time period, in order to prevent fires. Be sure to view the 3D Virtual...
PhotoTo the right of the historical marker is the Brick House, the last of the original Bratton Plantation buildings, constructed between 1843 and 1845. To the right of that are the remnants of the Bratton...