J.N. Stone House Musicale B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... engineers dredge Kennedy. It was assembled in 1932 in Winconsin. It ultimately went out of service and was bought in 1992 and installed in 1994. 28,000 pounds per hour of live steam at 300 pounds per square inch is generated by the combustion of #2 marine fuel in a single Babcock and Wilcox water tube boiler with a Coen burner ...
... family mansion, nicely furnished and with friendly volunteers.
Last stop was to the lower Mississippi museum which had some very good exhibits including models of river boats over the years.
After lunch paid another visit to the engine room.
The show tonight was songs from Broadway - very good indeed, especially the black girl singing ...
... historic mansion, more stories of wealth and slavery. This time the place was run by the Government historic buildings organisation. Nothing like the National Trust, the place was pretty run down. Moving north on Highway 61, leaving Louisiana and heading up into the state of Mississippi. Stopped at Natchez on the east bank of the Mississippi. This is the centre of Antebellum (Latin for "before the war", I.e. The Civil War) opulence. ...
... about the house and furnishings, but talked more about the history of the house and of Natchez. It was a welcome change of pace from a recitation of the antiques in the room. There was a man dressed as a Union general who talked about the fort the Yankees built in Natchez and how it related to the city then and now. He also related events that took place when Natchez surrendered to General Grant.
Interesting notes: During ...
... Anna and Alex Campbell. She did indeed. She showed us a historical photograph which had been found of Roseland at the turn of the century on the original plantation. Roseland no longer sat on the banks of the Mississippi but it had not been destroyed. It had been moved- twice- and was now sitting on Lake Concordia, where a local veterinarian was restoring it. She shared his name and phone number with us. That evening, we drove back to Concordia Parish to ...