|Historical marker off of Texas Highway west of Brazoria. The marker indicates that building materials were brought from Florida and transported up the San Bernard River.
||Professor Ken Brown gives a tour of the plantation. Students worked here excavating the slave quarters behind the house.
||The cemetery were many descendants of slaves and the Jordan family are buried is nearby. Subtle evidence of African-style burials is found there.
||A light rain approaches on the south Texas plains. The structure was built in the mid-nineteenth century by slaves.
||The landscape in back of the plantation house is dense with vines. Most of the archaeological excavation took place here where the slaves, and later sharecroppers, were quartered.