Bulow Plantation Ruins Topo Map

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The once-magnificent Bulow Plantation was built in 1821 by Charles Bulow of Charleston, South Carolina, who also cleared much of the 2,500 acres for sugar cane, cotton, rice, and indigo. Charles died after only three years of working the estate. The property was taken over by his son John, who fashioned it into one of the finest and wealthiest plantations in Florida. The sugar mill was one of the largest ever built in the state. Famed wildlife artist John James Audubon visited the estate in 1831, during a painting trip in Florida. Special Attractions: Ruins of the old plantation; one of the best stands of live oak on Florida’s east coast, including trees more than two hundred years old.
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Bunnell, Florida

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Mar 2018