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... the antiques, but wasn’t very knowledgeable about all. She just wasn’t a very good presenter. No pictures can be taken inside the house. As we were leaving there was a bride, groom, and their mothers working with a staff person to plan a wedding. Bet that’ll cost a pretty penny.
Lunch was a treat. We went to Mammy’s Cupboard. It’s out on the highway away from town and very busy for ...
Today started bright and sunny. Temps promise to be in the low 80s, but with rain and thunderstorms forecast for this evening.
Our house tour for today is The Towers, named for the towers it once had. It was built in 1798 with additions in 1826 and 1858. The house had Italianate wings with 3 floors. The family had a fire in one tower in the 1930's (teenager sneaking a smoke in her roomL) and destroyed the third floor of ...
... through an antique store, although one that is lived in by the owners.
Third, The Elms, 1804. This historic house also operates as a bed and breakfast with the owners in residence. It was added on to twice over the years and has floors in the house that connect to each other by about 6 steps. The owner is the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Drake who bought the house “with my own ...
... 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 ...
... the Conner family for six generations, bought by Jane Conner in 1849- a widow with 13 children! It survived! I was interested in staying here as the Conners are mentioned in a reconstruction diary I have been reading. Mrs. Feltus, the current owner, is very gracious. The home has been lovingly preserved with federal period antiques, and has 6 acres of lovely gardens surrounding it in a ...