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Georgetown county had numerous plantations at the start of the civl war. Gail Sullivan, of Charlottesville, Virginia, spends the early morning sketching beneath the Live Oaks at Mansfield Plantation, which was established in 1718. A slave village and chapel are on the Live Oak Alley of Mansfield Road and still remain on the plantation which today is a bed and breakfast. Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com
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Georgetown county had numerous plantations at the start of the civl war. Gail Sullivan, of Charlottesville, Virginia, spends the early morning sketching beneath the Live Oaks at Mansfield Plantation, which was established in 1718. A slave village and chapel are on the Live Oak Alley of Mansfield Road and still remain on the plantation which today is a bed and breakfast.  Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com