Natchez Manor Boutique Bed And Breakfast
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... old house, really interesting history, the owner told us about the house's history and then played three pieces of classical music on a Steinway piano. After touting the house we crossed the road to the Elms - a very grand house. Diner was on the porch, really ...
... and tidy. We venture past Melrose, one the of the estates open for viewing. Seeing it we decide that since we have some time before we can check in to the campsite we might as well go check it out.
Melrose, is a 15,000 square Greek Revival style house that was built on 132 acres of land just outside Natchez. The property took 8 years to complete with the McMurran's moving in in 1849. ...
... U.S. Grant slept here one night on his way to the battle of Vicksburg.”
We took a side trip off the Trace to Alcorn, MS, home of Alcorn State University, to see the Windsor Ruins. What you may ask are the Windsor Ruins? Well in the 1850’s, the Windsor plantation was comprised of 2,600 acres. (I wonder how many slaves it took to work that plantation???). In 1859-61,the planter built ...
... with a wry smile about the lips and a sense of theatre as tourists learn about old black Joe picking cotton for Masa on de hill. Natchez made me sick, and it had nothing to do with the 100° Fahrenheit temperature. Maybe that was the reason the town was deserted and everything was closed. Maybe everyone was inside conducting activities that centered around food, family, friends, TV and air conditioning. Everything was all right providing you were ...