Port Gibson

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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson

Port Gibson Travel Blogs (4)
Another Great Day in the South, Y

Another Great Day in the South, Y'All!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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We went to church this morning at St. Josephs Catholic Church in nearby Port Gibson. The church has a unique history. Back before the Civil War a lady insisted on taking her slaves to church services. This practice was frowned upon by her piers as they ...

Port Gibson & Windsor Ruins - Plantation Country, Port Gibson, United States travel blog

Port Gibson & Windsor Ruins - Plantation Country

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... area is now a complete backwater, like a place left back in time. It doesn’t get more Deep South than this! Port Gibson is Claiborne County’s courthouse town and is known for its handsome antebellum county courthouse, churches, inns, and even ...

Where in the Heck is Grand Gulf?, Port Gibson, United States travel blog

Where in the Heck is Grand Gulf?

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... we visit Mount Locust, a historical plantation and inn located on the Trace. We pass many historical places and soon reach Port Gibson....... almost. Confusing signage routes us on to a nasty little road complete with a low bridge. Luckily, we will be ...

Our time traveling Civil War sites., Port Gibson, United States travel blog

Our time traveling Civil War sites.

A travel blog entry by les_anita

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... to run the air conditioner to get cooled down. Thursday morning we were out and about starting our tour of the Battle of Port Gibson historical sites. But first we went down to the Mississippi River. The Military Park is located on a hill overlooking the ...

Attractions in Port Gibson

Port Gibson Attractions (2)
Windsor Ruins

Windsor Ruins

4.50

15095 Rodney Road, Port Gibson, Mississippi, United States

Grand Gulf Military Park

Grand Gulf Military Park

4.50

12006 Grand Gulf Road, Port Gibson, Mississippi, United States

Visit the forts, cemetery, observation tower and restored buildings that comprise this 400-acre park, the historic site of the shelling of Confederate forts by Union ironclad gunboats.