BEST WESTERN Greenwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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"All my life I've been sick and tired. Now I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired."—Fannie Lou Hamer
Fannie Lou Hamer, Civil Rights leader and co-founder of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, was born in 1917 in Montgomery County, MS. She was born to parents who were sharecroppers. After she married Perry “Pap” Hamer, she continued working as a sharecropper on a cotton ...
... the role Civil Rights played in his music, and how B.B. gave back, especially in his own community. Probably one of the "coolest" aspects of the museum is the guitar studio where visitors can try playing guitar and has an office with all the things B.B. had in his home recording area/office. Possible Resources: Indianola, MS: BB King & the ...
... and Delta Interpretive Center was mourning the recent passing of B. B. a couple of weeks ago. The centre is a brilliant, interactive museum that uses all kinds of media to explain the development of the Blues in the Mississippi Delta, and documents the inspirational life of B. B. From his birth on a cotton plantation in Indianola, through the breakup of his parents, the early death of his mother and a hard early life working as a Share Cropper on the Cotton Plantation, ...
... weird inaudible sounds coming from those I'm trying to communicate with. I was certain a camera behind a host was going to jump out and tell me I've been the butt of a joke being shared with others. I've also got to say, the Wal-Mart's are running together, and they are just as entertaining as those west of the Mississippi :)
We took a day trip to Memphis for several reasons. To find ...
... facility turned up in his truck and forced Steve to delete all the pics.. We obviously hit the ignorant tourist button but at least we still have the camera and Steve will not spend the rest of the holiday as a drug dealers *****. We then went to Tutweiler where, legend has it, WC Handy heard a rural itinerant play the Blues and then adopted the rhythms for his own compositions. The station is no longer there but the old line still goes through the one horse town ...