The Levee Inn

Address: 1046 Hwy 133 N, Crossett, Arkansas, 71635, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1046 Hwy 133 N, Crossett.
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    Travel Blogs from Crossett

    Day 36

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 16, 2015

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    We travelled today along the Natchez Trace Parkway.this is the route taken by travellers as far back as 1780's Boatman known as "Kaintucks" would float wooden flatboats down the Mississippi River from Nashville to the markets in New Orleans and Natchez. Without an efficient way to navigate up the river they would sell their boats for lumber and walk the 444 miles back home, which could take them a month. ...

    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

    ... flowers from the Chinese cemetery in Greenville

  • gravel from the Crossroads
  • black cat hair
  • gravel from the Taborian Hospital in Mound Bayou
  • water from the duck fountain at the Peabody Hotel
  • cotton seeds
  • shredded bits of voter registration form like that which Fannie Lou Hamer had to complete
  • bits of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" Speech
  • okra seeds (not only a taste of the ...

  • Delta Diaspora

    A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 27, 2015

    ... in their government were now finding a place for themselves in public life. So what was the impact? Was this truly a “Great Migration”? The U.S. Census shows that in 1900, 90% of African Americans lived in the South and 75% of those lived on farms. By 1970, the end of the Great Migration, less than 50% lived in the South and only 25% lived in the rural areas.

    Koolickles-- A Taste of the Day?

    A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... for something that’s a little sweet and sour at the same time? Well Kool-Aid and pickles seem like a great combination. Although it could be done with any flavor, they are typically red (cherry flavored). They are pretty simple to make. Check out the web for a recipe if you are feeling ...