Hampton Inn Cleveland

Address: 912 North Davis (Highway 61 North), Cleveland, Mississippi, 38732, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 912 North Davis (Highway 61 North), Cleveland.
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    Travel Blogs from Cleveland

    Day 5: Clarksdale, Friars Point, Drive to Memphis

    A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky on May 14, 2013

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    ... an old synagogue, we knocked on the door of a Methodist church and were greeted by a quintessential welcoming southern couple who were the apparent managers of the building. They let us have a look around and said they get about 100 people each Sunday for mass. There were also a number of a war memorials sprinkled throughout the town, commemorating citizens of Clarksdale who had fallen in both the World ...

    Odds and Ends

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 04, 2012

    We went to Memphis on the day before the conference ended. Even though Memphis is not in the Delta it is, for all intents and purposes, the Delta's metropolis. Many of the people who escaped the Delta during the Great Migration never got further than Memphis. Parts of Memphis look like the Delta too, only urban, especially in terms of poverty.

    We had some soul food for lunch in Memphis that I can’t entirely recommend. I ...

    The Arrow on the Door Post

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 01, 2012

    Our best day of the conference, at least academically, was the day that we spent on Emmett Till. In fact, we began the day with a trip to Mound Bayou, which was a kind of autonomous black community set up by a planter that had been inspired by Robert Owen's philosophy. Evidently, it was once a thriving community, but it now seems afflicted with many of the problems that affect the rest of the Delta.

    After lunch, we focused on Emmet Till. I ...

    South Country Blues

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jun 29, 2012

    I finally found some people who wanted to do something after classes. Up to this point, the conference was split between people who immediately wanted to go to bed, and guys who wanted to drink a few back in the dorms. No offense to those guys, but I need a bit more than that at this point in my life.

    But before that, we were taken out to Dockery Farms, the old huge plantation where Charlie Patton and Son House had worked as ...

    Talkin' Hava Negeilah Blues

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jun 26, 2012

    I should say that not all the Delta is what I described in the last entry. Cleveland, for instance, seems like a rather prosperous town, perhaps because of the college. So, there is more going on down here than multi-generational poverty.

    Today was the "there are people other than black and white people in the Delta." The two most prominent groups, that occupied a kind of middle ground in the Delta, were Jews and Chinese, who operated ...