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Black Banks Plantation
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former plantations be divided and distributed to former slaves—was overturned by U.S. president Andrew Johnson less than a year later, freedmen and women were forced to work as sharecroppers on the small farms that dotted the land previously occupied by the sprawling plantations. By St. Simons Lumber
owners of land and slaves on St. Simons was Pierce Butler, master of Hampton Point Plantation, located on the northern end of the island. By 1793 Butler owned more than 500 slaves, who cultivated 800 acres of cotton on St. Simons and 300 acres of rice on Butler's Island in the Altamaha River delta. Butler's
that year, Confederate troops were stationed at the south end of the island to guard the entrance to Brunswick Harbor. Slaves from Retreat Plantation, owned by Thomas Butler King, built earthworks and batteries. Plantation residents were scattered—the men joined the Confederate army and their families moved
“runner rug, length” — Jennifer Conway
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
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seen as a professional in the broader world isn’t easy. For a bootstrapped business, it’s simply a question of economics. There are relatively few things you control when you set out on your own — your fixed expenses are key.I advocate resisting the urge to rent (or build) the perfect studio space. Your
r and business owner. If you spend (or worse, borrow) money to get into new digs, you’ll leave your new practice cash starved and in debt. That drag has the potential to sink your business before you’ve had a chance to grow it.Besides, it just isn’t necessary.Strive to be a debt-free business and keep
LocationLike all new business owners, you’ll face the important decision of where you’re going to establish your practice — the actual physical location of the business. Managing the balance between cash flow, fixed expenses and your need to be seen
“Staircase with desk under” — hayleyjosh
Spacial Images
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The Zinc House
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That women's hand has hooks?
“Open Plan” — mizenc
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Contemporary Staircase
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womens entrance and staircase
“stairs” — Kylie Kowalczuk
ThinkMakeBuild
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Foggy
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Sky light to below. Should be opaque otherwise women in skirts would be uncomfortable
“good” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
ILevel
Photo collage
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original architect. It's in Hell's Kitchen. Any idea the original construction date or architect for this place? Could be helpful in researching our own. Thank you!
Love the tidiness of a very "busy" wall!
Like this & I own the framed art!
“Picture wall” — tcgross
Anthony Baratta LLC
CLASSIC
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Dark rails white pickets but too busy
and show horses have had their portraits painted since time immemorial — riffle through flea market stalls and booths at antiques fairs to find your own slice of equestrian history in the form of a vintage horse painting. Or, for a budget-friendly option, track down an oversize equestrian art book and
“***Stairs” — Jocelyn Privett
McIntosh Poris Associates
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Birmingham House
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you are. And more important, you know how easy it is to collect more and more stuff to support your passion. Being aware of exactly what you already own is a good first step toward reining in your collections — perhaps your yarn stash is in such disarray, you end up buying yarn you already have. But
I just like the idea, how to show Books I own
you are. And more important, you know how easy it is to collect more and more stuff to support your passion. Being aware of exactly what you already own is a good first step toward reining in your collections — perhaps your yarn stash is in such disarray, you end up buying yarn you already have. But it’s
“Pretty” — echa211
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