Majestic Live Oaks draped in Spanish Moss are quintessential South Carolina Lowcountry. This tree sits across the bridge from downtown Beaufort, South Carolina on a piece of land called Whitehall Plantation. The old rice and indigo plantation pre-dates the Civil War. The land was abandoned by its owners when the Union navy sailed into Port Royal Sound, shelling Fort Beauregard at Bay Point & Fort Walker on Hilton Head Island. After the war, the family tried to reclaim their old home but they were denied. The old plantation was home to a popular restaurant in the 70s and early 80s, The Whitehall Plantation Inn. The tree still stands as a silent sentinel of a historic past.
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