Richland County is located in central South Carolina, and is home of the state's capital, Columbia.
Most of the plantations in Richland County grew cotton.
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Richland County plantations we've identified so far ...
Bossis - Hopkins - originally Berkeley County
Cabin Branch - Hopkins
Goodwill - Eastover
Grovewood - Congaree
Kensington - Eastover
Laurelwood - Eastover - also called Sandhills
Live Oak - St Johns - also called Woodville
Magnolia - Eastover - also called Wavering Place
Millwood - Columbia
Old Woodlands - Columbia - also called Woodlands
Raft - Congaree
Richland - North Congaree
Sandhills - Eastover - also called Laurelwood
Wavering Place - Eastover - also called Magnolia
Woodlands - Columbia - also called Old Woodlands
Woodville - St Johns - also called Live Oak