Holiday Inn Express Greenwood
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... to derive from the Gullah word joog, meaning rowdy or disorderly. A juke joint may also be called a "barrelhouse".Classic juke joints found, for example, at rural crossroads, catered to the rural work force that began to emerge after the emancipation. Plantation workers and sharecroppers needed ...
... for us with lovely sourdough bread. We remembered to hold the mayonnaise and tried Neil’s “come back dressing” and we were good to go!!!
- The goods train at Yazoo City was one of the longest so far this trip.
- Highway 49 West to Belzoni (took photos of swamp on either side of the State Highway and didn’t need to get out of the vehicle), via Silver City.
- Belzoni’s ...
... hitchhiking. We tried our luck and I was in the process of asking a nearby garage for their abandoned cardboard to create a sign when a taxi rocked up ...... Maybe a big adventure another say !? In reflection the campsite was much further than I had first thought! I would of died from dehydration and paranoia before ever reaching the campsite! The taxi also allowed me to get back early enough to head to the swimming pool and teach everybody ...
... which they both failed). As they returned to Ruleville, their bus was stopped and the driver arrested. Those who attempted to register were held on the bus where Hamer led them in singing hymns like “This Little Light of Mine”. Singing became part of her methods of activism. Eventually those on the bus pulled together enough money to cover the fine so the bus could return to Ruleville. Shortly after she ...
... corners for change. In 1947, he hitched a ride to Memphis with dreams of making it big. His big break came the following year when he performed on Sonny Boy Williams' radio show. It was during this time on Beale Street in Memphis that Riley B. King earned his nicknamed—Beale Street Blues Boy, shortened to Blues Boy and eventually B.B. King. As for ...