Natchez Eola Hotel
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Natchez - sounds great doesn't it, and, right on the banks of the Mississippi, what couldn't be better for a stop over??
Anyway, we had a lovely ride down to Natchez from Vicksburg. It was nice to be heading south again and the weather got warmer and brighter as we dropped south. We were advised to take the Natchez Scenic Highway but …
... it is called the Texas conservation corps I spent nearly 5 of the 11 months working outside of Texas. This time divided between camping and working in Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi , and a short trip to New Mexico. Exploring these places, their nature as well as cities and people was the highlight to my year. Having a fish fry in Oklahoma, a steak cook out in Louisiana and spending time on the Mississippi coast We're some of the memories I ...
... were broken up for the wood. The merchants would now be forced to travel back north on the Natchez Trace- carrying their money from the sales with them. This made them a prime target for bands of thieves. The book tells some hair-raising stories of the lawlessness and violence of this time!
In the afternoon we were able to visit with Mimi Miller at the historical foundation. I wanted to ask if she had any ideas about what happened to Roseland, the home ...
... 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 ...
... Louisiana. Here we saw true agricultural country- the fertile fields on which the cotton barons had made their fortunes. Acre after acre of flat, rich, dark, earth- fed by Mississippi floods. On these back country roads, we began our search for two plantation sites which I have been researching- both houses long gone- Flowery Mound and Roseland. Beasley Campbell and his brother-in-law Henry Franklin had moved along with the rest of ...