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The Westwood is a historic plantation located in Uniontown, Alabama. It was established the plantation in 1836, a year after its original owner, James Lewis Price, migrated to Perry County from Virginia. The main house was completed in 1850, along with the other elements in the estate. The work was primarily done by his slaves.

The Westwood is mostly noted for the architecture of its structures. The outbuildings, which include the carriage house, dairy, cooks quarters, and a smoke house, have elements tying them all together to the main house, making them appear quite united. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district, which means the listing includes all the outbuildings in the plantation. It was also designated as a US Historic District.
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