Trieschmann House

Address: 707 Cedar St, Crossett, Arkansas, 71635-3401, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 707 Cedar St, Crossett.
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Travel Blogs from Crossett

Vicksburg National Military Park

A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Aug 27, 2015

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... so we could check in and get ready to meet up with Bobby from Goldwing Road Riders of America with whom we had arranged to have dinner. As it turned out, he had arranged for a group of riders from the Mississippi-F chapter and drill team to join us and they took us out to dinner. What a wonderful evening. Fantastic people, extremely friendly and so hospitable. Actually, thus far the folk in the south generally have been the friendliest we ...

Day 36

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 16, 2015

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... mound built and used between 1200 and 1730 by the American Indian population. We then arrived in Natchez which is a lovely town on the Mississippi and saw some lovely buildings. We visited the Melrose Mansion and had a guided tour. There was a lot of wealth in Natchez but also a lot of poverty. We are moving on tomorrow stopping halfway and then making our way towards New Orleans where we spend 4 ...

Vicksburg: The Southern Point of the Delta

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 28, 2015

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My amazing trip to the Delta began with a day in Memphis and ends today in Vicksburg. Spent the day exploring the Vicksburg National Military Park, the U.S.S. Cairo Museum, and the Vicksburg National Cemetery. This too was a return trip for me to the Delta. ...

Got My Mississippi Delta Mojo

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 27, 2015

As if the new friends and colleagues, knowledge, and amazing memories (and the photos snapped along the way), weren't enough to remind us of our connection to the Delta (and undoubtedly draw many of us back again), each of us left with our own mojo bags to tie us to the Delta. Mojos are personal talismans worn or carried to bring love, prosperity, luck or in our case a reminder of our time in the Delta, everything we learned, and the people met ...

Delta Diaspora

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 27, 2015

Understanding Delta culture has a great impact on understanding the culture of much of the remainder of the country too. It is so much more than slaves on plantations. During much of the 20th Century, African Americans from the South took part in what has been coined “The
Great Migration” as they moved to the North looking for a better life. Nearly 6 ...