Historic Price House

Historic Price House

1200 Oakview Farms Rd
Woodruff, SC 29388
The Price House, slave cabin, and surrounding forest tell of the environment-altering work done by settlers and slaves to transform the Backcountry frontier into a fully-integrated part of the early United States. Thomas & Ann Price built the house that bears their name circa 1795. Mr. Price ran a general store, post office, and “house of publick entertainment” (tavern or inn) that provided beds, food, and drink to stagecoach travelers. Two-dozen enslaved African Americans performed much of the work for these businesses and labored in the 2,000-acre plantation’s fields.


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