Riverview Bed and Breakfast

Address: 47 New Street, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 47 New Street, Natchez, is near Stanton Hall, Emerald Mound, Natchez National Cemetery, and First Presbyterian Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Natchez

      Down in Dixie (2014 Recap)

      A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... main project. We built 2.5 miles of long lasting trail that will hopefully turn into a 40 mile trail system in the future. Outside of work, this year will be one to remember as well. I had a couple motorcycle trips around Texas and one to Arkansas. Mostly though I lived in a 3 bedroom apartment with 7 people on the outskirts of Austin Texas. I had a love hate relationship with Austin during my year here. Austin Is a city that to me seems way ...

      A hint leads to a discovery.....

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... enjoyable and informative commentary as his horse, Will, pulled the surrey through the streets of town at a relaxed pace. We got to see many historic homes, including the home of Captain Thomas Leathers, the riverboat captain, and William Johnson, a prosperous black freeman (who owned slaves) and barber.

      After our tour we took a drive up the Natchez Trace to see the "Emerald Mound" - one of the largest Indian mounds in North America. We also stopped ...

      Historic Natchez-a town the river built

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Searching for Flowery Mound and Roseland

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 19, 2014

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      After our morning demi-tasse and breakfast, we said goodbye to The Cottage Plantation and had a Sunday drive. We spent a little more time in the historic town of Saint Francisville, which was the capital of the short-lived Republic of West Florida - formed in 1810 after the planters of the West Florida Parishes defeated the Spanish and before the U.S. government stepped in to annex the area as a part of Louisiana. A monument stands to ...

      Reading Hart Cranes The Bridge Poem In Natchez

      A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... with a wry smile about the lips and a sense of theatre as tourists learn about old black Joe picking cotton for Masa on de hill. Natchez made me sick, and it had nothing to do with the 100° Fahrenheit temperature. Maybe that was the reason the town was deserted and everything was closed. Maybe everyone was inside conducting activities that centered around food, family, friends, TV and air conditioning. Everything was all right providing you were ...