Originally constructed in 1774, Tuckahoe was constructed as a single room building. Over the next century, it would soon grow into one of the largest plantations in Virginia. It would see several owners in its continuing lifetime, and hundreds of enslaved souls come and go from its property lines before it would eventually discontinue its activity as a working plantation. Into the 1900’s Tuckahoe would eventually fall into disrepair, and then revived as not only a historical property, but continues to be a family home. A home inhabited by not only the living but the dead as well. Today we learn its history with Holt Saulsgiver.
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