Americas Best Value Inn - Crossett
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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 ...
... was to visit the Wisconsin monument at the battlefield where my great, great, great grandfather's name is. After a long hot day on the battlefield, I found my hotel on Catfish Row and walked to check the murals along the river. A great way to end a great ...
... began taking hold as we added:
- ground up brick from the porch at Dockery Farms where Charley Patton learned to play
- matzah cracker to remind us of the Jewish population of the Delta
- gravel from the original Highway 61 (which for me was the road that brought be all the way from Wisconsin to the Delta)
- Mississippi River Mud
- Delta dirt--from the sandbags at the 1927 Flood ...
... New York to help fill the increased
need for labor.
Many who came faced competition for jobs and atmospheres of racism and
discrimination. As a result of the discrimination, many blacks began to form their own “cities” within the cities, like Harlem. African American activism took hold as well when those who had left the South where they had ...
... one of the largest (by %) African American majority population of any community in the U.S.—with over 98% of the community being African-American.
Mound Bayou was where Mamie Till and other witnesses in the infamous Emmett Till murder trial stayed. It was here that Medgar Evers worked as an insurance agent and ultimately began setting up ...