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... old house, really interesting history, the owner told us about the house's history and then played three pieces of classical music on a Steinway piano. After touting the house we crossed the road to the Elms - a very grand house. Diner was on the porch, really ...
... it was an octagonal mansion and second, only the 9 rooms in the basement where complete. Construction was started in 1860 but halted in 1861 due to the start of Civil War. The family moved into the basement as a temporary measure but suffered many hardships during the war and never recovered financial so the house remained incompletely. And will stay this way forever now it has become a Historic site.
Tours and day done so back to camp we go.
... home by way of the Trace. About every 15 miles or so, there was a farmer who also opened his home as an inn to travelers. It was estimated a man could walk 15 miles in a day. One such inn still exists at Mount Locust.
Along the Trace there also is an Indian ceremonial mound at Emerald Mound. The part that reminds covers 8 acres and is 35 feet high. There is a mound on top of the mound that is ...
... of the Indian and the black man. The evidence of their humiliation and dispensability can be seen on the high grounds of Natchez. An entire district of antebellum mansions built by rich white folks using slave labour. Today, these monuments to misery are used as respectable bed & breakfast establishments, museums of awe, restaurants serving high tea, others still are privately owned, and it is all a source of civic pride. Even the historical ...