Ashley Inn

Address: 201 Unity Rd., Crossett, Arkansas, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel is located on 201 Unity Rd., Crossett.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ashley Inn Crossett

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Crossett

Day 36

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 16, 2015

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... the last 40 miles to Natchez .This was a lovely drive hardly any traffic, in fact Liz counted only 20 cars passed us. The travellers would stop at stands (inns) along the way for bed and food and one of the last ones in existence was the Mount Locust Inn. The travellers would pay 25 cents for bed and food. We stopped to look around the Inn and grounds. We then went onto Emerald Mound. This was ...

Vicksburg: The Southern Point of the Delta

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 28, 2015

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My amazing trip to the Delta began with a day in Memphis and ends today in Vicksburg. Spent the day exploring the Vicksburg National Military Park, the U.S.S. Cairo Museum, and the Vicksburg National Cemetery. This too was a return trip for me to the Delta. ...

Got My Mississippi Delta Mojo

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 27, 2015

... way. Mojo bags/hands are actually part of hoodoo practice. Hoodoo has a long history in the Delta. It centers on the belief that we are surrounded by spiritual forces which we can harvest the power from to do certain things—bring love, prosperity, luck or influence memory. Each of us constructed our own little mojo back in a piece of black cloth tied by a blue string representing the Mighty Mississippi River. Memories of our time in ...

Delta Diaspora

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 27, 2015

... the rural south between 1910 and 1970. Many were seeking better economic circumstances and escaping strict segregationist laws (Jim Crow Laws). With the onset of World War I,
migration from Europe slowed and with the increased demands of being engaged in
a war, recruiters moved into the South and encouraged African Americans to make
the trip to urban areas such as ...

Mound Bayou

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 25, 2015

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... higher standards of nutrition and health care. The land was sold to former slaver Benjamin Montgomery right after the Civil War, but a prolonged agricultural system, falling cotton prices, and white hostilities led to the failure of Davis Bend. Montgomery's son Isaiah left the region and helped establish the community of Mound Bayou. Today the ...