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Chapter 8 - Berkeley Plantation

The next day at lunchtime, Sutler’s row buzzed with shoppers down by the river.


Two lines of white canvas tents faced each other, set up on the terraced lawn beyond the formal gardens of the great Georgian plantation house.


Gordon, one of the first people Hiram met when he moved to Richmond, introduced him to reenacting. They became friends while Gordon was doing some painting work on Hiram’s house in Windsor Farms, Richmond’s most exclusive neighborhood.

Berkeley Plantation