Catalpa House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 110 Catalpa Street, Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 110 Catalpa Street, Clarksdale, is near The Delta Blues Museum and Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art.
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Historic Clarksdale, MS

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 26, 2015

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... the Riverside Hotel. It is the famed lodging for blues
and other music greats like Sonny Boy Williamson II, Ike Turner (it’s believed he wrote Rocket 88 here), Duke Ellington and countless others. Before it became a hotel, it was the G.T. Thomas Hospital where Bessie Smith died after a car accident.

Our final stop in Clarksdale was the original ...

Remembering the Emmett Till Murder

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 25, 2015

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... body to the Tallahatchie River where he was shot and a large gin fan was tied to his neck with barbed wire before his body was thrown into the river. The Trial? On Sept. 19, 1955, the trial began in the court house in Sumner. Because blacks and women could not serve on juries in the region, Bryant and Milam faced an all-white male jury. Mose Wright confronted and pointed the defendants ...


A travel blog entry by margd on Jun 12, 2015

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... stars coming in and light orbs going out. The murals are done by Charles Quest in rather primitive style. These were hidden by a curtain for many years as the parishioners didn't like them. They have since been uncovered and restored. He also did the stations of the cross in a similar style and these were taken down and replaced with traditional ones. They have found these in the basement but so far ...

Robert Johnson meets Morgan Freeman

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on Jun 06, 2015

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... life. After leaving the museum we drove to the famous Crossroads. The story is that in the 1930s a young man called Robert Johnson made a bargain with the devil, that if he pledged his soul to the Devil than the Devil would give him the ability to play the Blues like no one else. Well, nice story and the crossroads is marked with some Guitars hoisted on poles. Not sure I am convinced. Then back on the road once more, heading for Tupelo, the home town of ...

All the best that Clarksdale has to offer

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 09, 2014

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... wool. Where it busts out of it's pods, the edges of the pods are sharp and I can't imagine how the slaves laboured out here from dawn till dusk in this heat day after heartbreaking day removing these buds from the cruel shrubs in unrelenting heat. The slaves called it from 'can to can't" meaning they worked from when you can see the cotton till when you can't see it. No wonder they sang the blues.

Once we set out towards town ...

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