Holiday Inn Vicksburg
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The Confederate surrender following the siege at Vicksburg, Mississippi, is often considered the turning point of the Civil War.
Today Vicksburg seems best known for it's many Casinos. and also many pawn shops. Gas $3.07 a gal.
We checked out the Diamond Jacks and Ameristar Casinos to see which dinner buffet looked the best.
We'll be eating at the Ameristar,
Tomorrow on to Rockwall, Texas where we will be staying with my cousin Aileen for 2 nights.
... our way over to Levee Street where artist Robert Dafford's 32 pictorial murals, painted on the floodwall, depict periods of history in Vicksburg.
Our next stop was at the Old Depot Museum which houses a large collection of model ships, riverboats, and naval vessels. They also have model cars, various paintings and prints, flags, a diorama of the Battle ...
... post. However, after the Civil War, during a house party in February 1890 a guest left a lighted cigar on the upper balcony and Windsor burned to the ground. Everything was destroyed except 23 of the columns, balustrades and iron stairs.
During the first half of the 20th century, Port Gibson was home to the Rabbit Foot Minstrels, African American entertainers who played a major role in spreading ...
... him (have I been gone to long to understand that southern slang).....thats what happens when your a world traveler). So we left from Charlotte N.C. at 6:30 this morning and arrived here in Vicksburg, MS. at about 8:30 PM.....let me see 4 states in 15 hours.......how crazy is that. So stopped here at our favorite place and spent some of our hard earned cash at the ...
... significant display within the park is the Union ironclad gunboat U.S.S. Cairo, which was sunk in the nearby Yazoo River in 1862. It was buried in mud for almost 100 years and recovered in 1964.
With all this history, comes a great museum housed within the old courthouse, as well as many historic mansions, which offer tours.
50 miles to the West, in rural Louisiana, lies Poverty Point: a rich culture ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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