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Friendfield Plantation

  • Also Known As: Mount Pleasant also Silver Hill also Slave Street

  • Address: 1500 Friendfield St
  • Vicinity: Roughly bounded by US 521-17A, the Sampit River, Whites Cr and Creek Rd
  • Travel Genus: Sight
  • Sight Category: Historic District



Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Walter Mellor Architect
1932/00/00 Arthur Ingersoll Meigs Architect Designed by Arthur I Meigs, the new Friendfield House is built.

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Particulars for Friendfield Plantation:
Historic Use Agricultural fields
Area of Significance Agriculture
Architectural Style American Colonial Revival
Area of Significance Architecture
Criteria Architecture-Engineering
Cultural Affiliation Black American
Historic Use Cemetery
Area of Significance Engineering
Area of Significance Entertainment - Recreation
Sight Category Historic District
Criteria Historic Event
Area of Significance Industry
Historic Use Irrigation facility
Area of Significance Landscape Architecture
Area of Significance Maritime
Owner Private
Historic Use Processing site
Historic Use Single dwelling
Area of Significance Social History
Level of Significance State
Area of Significance Transportation

US National Registry of Historic Places Data »

Accurate at time of registration: 12th April 1996

Registry Name: Friendfield Plantation
Registry Address: Roughly bounded by US 521--17A, the Sampit River, Whites Cr., and Creek Rd.
Registry Number: 96000409
Resource Type: District
Theme Group: Georgetown County Rice Culture MPS
Owner: Private
Architect: Mellor, Walter (Mellor and Meigs); Meigs, Arthur I.
Architectural Style: Colonial revival
Area in Acres: 3305
Contributing Buildings: 23
Non-Contributing Buildings: 14
Contributing Sites: 14
Contributing Structures: 15
Non-Contributing Structures: 3
Other Certification: Date received-pending nomination
Certification: Listed in the National Register
Level of Significance: State
Area of Significance: Transportation, Social history, Maritime history, Landscape architecture, Industry, Black, Entertainment-recreation, Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture
Applicable Criteria: Architecture-Engineering, Event
Significant Year: c 1790, c 1830, 1936
Historic Function: Domestic, Industry, processing, extraction, Funerary, Agriculture, subsistence, Recreation and Culture
Historic Sub-Function: Cemetery, Single dwelling, Agricultural fields, Processing site, Irrigation facility
Current Function: Domestic, Industry, processing, extraction, Funerary, Agriculture, subsistence, Recreation and Culture
Current Sub-Function: Processing site Cemetery Single dwelling Irrigation facility Agricultural fields

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