Annaberg Historic District
81000090
Virgin Islands National Park MRA
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NO STYLE LISTED
INDUSTRY
AGRICULTURE
1700-1749
1850-1874
1800-1824
1750-1799
1825-1849
DISTRICT
NW of Coral Bay
National Register of Historic Places Collection
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2245077
7/23/1981
National Register of Historic Places
Virgin Islands National Park
State: Virgin Islands
County: St. John Island
Leinster Bay ; NW of Coral Bay
Historic
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
views of the British Virgin Islands of Great Thatch (near) and Jost Van Dyke (far)
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 4:50:55 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
bake oven
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
garden.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
tree in front of horsemill
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
masonry detail with windmill in background
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 8:57:47 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
charcoal pit adjacent to garden
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
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Annaberg Historic District
81000090
Virgin Islands National Park MRA
EVENT
NO STYLE LISTED
INDUSTRY
AGRICULTURE
1700-1749
1850-1874
1800-1824
1750-1799
1825-1849
DISTRICT
NW of Coral Bay
National Register of Historic Places Collection
pdf
5009519
7/23/1981
National Register of Historic Places
Virgin Islands National Park
State: Virgin Islands
County: St. John Island
Leinster Bay ; NW of Coral Bay
Historic
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
sugar factory
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Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 11:14:33 PM
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Aerial view of Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in September 1995
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. This image shows the state of the sugar mill complex after Hurricane Marilyn which struck St. John on 1995 September 15.
Pt. 1. aerial photograph of Annaberg Sugar Mill after Hurricane Marilyn, image taken in late-September or early-October, 1995.
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Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238108
09/30/1995
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
garden.
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Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 11:23:08 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
charcoal made on-site
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
exterior of the windmill
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 4:50:55 PM
Thursday, August 10, 2017 1:00:53 AM
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
an unidentified visitor photographing the windmill
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 4:50:55 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
sugar factory
Permission must be secured from the individual copyright owners to reproduce any copyrighted materials contained within this website. Digital assets without any copyright restrictions are public domain.
Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
Thursday, August 10, 2017 2:57:22 AM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
sugar factory
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Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
Thursday, August 10, 2017 3:01:28 AM
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
view thro' opening toward Great Thatch
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
Olivia Christian giving living history demonstration in the cookhouse
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
horse mill with cookhouse
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
view thro' opening toward Great Thatch
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
interior looking up
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
interior looking up
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
exterior of the windmill
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 4:50:55 PM
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
view thro' opening toward Mary Point, St. John
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
interior looking up
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
bake oven
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Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
view thro' opening toward sugar factory.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
12/04/2007
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Dennis McCarthy
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Annaberg Windmill at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The interior of the windmill is closed to the public.
views of the British Virgin Islands of Great Thatch (near) and Jost Van Dyke (far)
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238109
12/04/2007
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
charcoal made on-site
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Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
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Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/06/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
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Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins at Virgin Islands National Park in December 2007
Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are located on St. John, Virgin Islands (18°21'46"N 64°43'47"W). According to the Historic American Buildings Survey report (HABS VI-18) the plantation was under cultivation by 1731, but the stone structures probably date to the 1820s or 1830s. The park conducts living history exhibits, including cooking historic recipies with charcoal made on-site, and tending a garden of historic plants.
windmill
Permission must be secured from the individual copyright owners to reproduce any copyrighted materials contained within this website. Digital assets without any copyright restrictions are public domain.
Public domain:Note:Olivia Christian is the woman cooking in one of the photographs. She is a concession employee. The kitchen is a public place where visitors are invited to view living history demonstrations -- the cooking was part of a public living history program. Because she is in the public eye, she had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
Image
Virgin Islands National Park, Code: VIIS
Southeast Regional Office, Code: SERO
Virgin Islands National Park, St. John Island, Virgin Islands
Latitude: 18.3650970458984, Longitude: -64.7283401489258

NRIS (National Register Information System) : 81000090
Legacy NPS Focus Record ID : 238110
12/04/2007
12/04/2007 - 12/05/2007
McCarthy, Dennis NPS, Southeast Regional Office, Architecture Division
Dennis McCarthy
Tuesday, December 11, 2007 5:15:53 PM
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