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Day 38 Got on a bus , stopped at a Walmart, stopped at Jackson for lunch and then onto Natchez. Natchez is a town on the Mississippi, formally great, wasn't destroyed during the Civil War, so magnificent old homes remain, but the town is in decline. Pre-diner we went to ...
... and wait, and wait, and wait. The afternoon is disappearing so we decide it's time to hit the road and get back to Natchez. While not the desired outcome, we still have a story to tell.
Our day ends at Longwood Plantation. We weren’t planning on going to another plantation but some very kind people gave us a ticket that they had left over from a Three House Tour package they had bought. This was an unusual plantation in two ...
... and signs which explain the Trace and things that happened along it.
The Natchez Trace is, historically, an old Indian trading path which was used by white traders in the 1700’s and 1800’s. Businessmen (aka traders) from the north would float their wares down the Mississippi River to Natchez or New Orleans. There they would sell them, deconstruct their boat/barge, sell the wood and ...
... Indian can be described as an incremental holocaust, akin to what Nazi Germany did to the Jews between 1933 - 45. The genocide inflicted upon the Indian nations, however, began in the 1600s and ended sometime in the 20th century when white man granted "compensation" to the Indian in the form of reservation rights, casinos and tax breaks. The Mississippi port town of Natchez, less than 50 miles from Vicksburg, is a city that was built on the blood ...