People at Kingsley Plantation
Over the one hundred years of the plantation era on Fort George Island, hundreds of men, women, and children lived with the institution of slavery. A few were free and owned the majority of residents on the island - the enslaved workers.
At Kingsley Plantation, you can walk in the footsteps of those people, and learn their life stories. For more information on the people of Kingsley Plantation, choose:
Did You Know?
Timucua warriors wore their hair in a top knot, which made them appear taller. Historic drawings of Timucua and French contact show the Timucua to be of greater stature than the French. More...