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- Tags: Sugar plantations - Jamaica
The Bluefields Great House, occupied by naturalist Philip Henry Gosse for a period of eighteen months between 1844 to 1845, while carrying out his research on Westmoreland. It was once a sugar estate.
The great house on the old Bluefields sugar estate in Westmoreland. There is a cannon in the front yard near the staircase.
Large palm trees leading to a sugar planter's dwelling at the Serge Island Estate in St. Thomas, Jamaica.
The main house of the Orange Park coffee plantation in Yallahs, St. Thomas which eventually became home to the late Professor Basil Barrington Watson.