3 Rivers Inn & Suites

Address: 900 W Park Ave, Greenwood, Mississippi, 38930-2827, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 900 W Park Ave, Greenwood.
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        Travel Blogs from Greenwood

        Day 14 Greenwood and surrounds

        A travel blog entry by hunterroad on Aug 18, 2015

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        ... to relax and socialize following a hard week, particularly since they were barred from most white establishments by Jim Crow laws. Set up on the outskirts of town, often in ramshackle buildings or private houses, juke joints offered food, drink, dancing and gambling for weary workers.[2] Owners made extra ...

        Day 13 Jackson to Greenwood

        A travel blog entry by hunterroad on Aug 17, 2015

        7 photos

        ... difference was its catfish statuettes along the main street, with the smallest city hall in America and the best coco-cola sign.

        • Neil took photos of vintage tractors for Tyson. On to State Highway 12 West past Wister Gardens and heading to Hollandale (we can see a storm in the distance, hopefully we are going around it), over bridge at Sunflower River into Washington County and its fields of rice and amaranth ...

        Washington DC

        A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Jul 24, 2015

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        First day of tour and what a better way to start than the big DC! Had met the tour group the previous evening, 12, a nice number to travel with and 2 guides. The first words from the guides had been 'Our first stop will be to the infamous WALMART to collect camping supplies'. I would later find out that WAlMART sells everything from deer drying mats to twerking teddy bears for 3+ year olds and has a whole aisle dedicated to sleeping bags .... ...

        Fannie Lou Hamer, Mississippi's Civil Rights Mothe

        A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 24, 2015

        4 photos

        ... the owner of the plantation where she lived and worked demanded she withdraw her registration to vote—which she refused to do. She was forced to leave the plantation. According to The New York Times, she said "They kicked me off the plantation, they set me free. It's the best thing that could happen. Now I can work for my people."

        In June of 1963, she was brutally beat in jail in Winona, MS. ...

        B. B. King Museum

        A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 24, 2015

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        ... of his guitars, that came in the next decade when he was a dance in Arkansas and a fight broke out and a kerosene stove was knocked over and started the place on fire. Realizing he forgot his treasured acoustic guitar inside, so he rushed in to rescue her. It turned out the fight was over a woman named Lucille, thus his trademark guitars became ...