Named after William Wallace McLeod who acquired the plantation in 1851, the McLeod plantation is a historic site on James Island. The plantation covers an 1858 Georgian style house, slave cabins, cemeteries, oak allees and the surrounding woods. You can get an overview of African American history and the slavery trade during those times by visiting this place. The Friends of McLeod is the charitable organization that is striving to protect and promote this heritage site in South Carolina. The plantation is currently owned by the American College of Building Arts.
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