A Taste Of The Old Old South The Antebellum Homes Of Natchez Mississippi

(623) 930-54511 hours ago Built in Greek Revival style and occupying an entire city block, Stanton Hallwas completed by cotton merchant Frederick Stanton in 1859. Originally called Belfast, the house cost $83,000 to construct – and that was before furnishing the interior. The house’s most distinctive features are its massive mirrors, imported from France, …

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6 hours ago Oct 26, 2017 - Take a trip back in time to the Old, Old South with a virtual tour of three of Natchez's better known antebellum homes: Linden, Stanton Hall, and Longwood.

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6 hours ago Natchez, Mississippi Antebellum Tour Homes. Year-round there are several Natchez homes open for public tours. During March thru early April over 20 additional private homes are on tour during the Natchez Spring Pilgrimage of Antebellum Homes. A Fall Pilgrimage is held in late September thru early October. Click any photo to view larger photos.

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Just Now Chocktaw Hall is located at 310 N Wall St, Natchez, MS 39120. It was built in 1836 and the architecture is a blend of Greek Revival and Federal styles. There is actually a bed & breakfast on the ground floor and this is one of the top hotels in Natchez, Mississippi (technically, a top bed & breakfast in Natchez, MS).

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1 hours ago In the 1920’s, the Miller family bought and restored the farm. Years later, Mrs. Miller would be one of the founding members of the Natchez Pilgrimage with the slogan, “Come to Natchez, Where the Old South Still Lives.” Many furnishings of …

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5 hours ago Historic Homes. With over 1,000 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Natchez takes pride in its preservation efforts. We invite you to experience this history first hand as you explore some of the most well preserved and architecturally stunning historic homes in the American South.

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2 hours ago Auburn – Completed in 1812, the Auburn home was “designed to be the most magnificent building in the territory” and was built for Lyman Harding, the first Attorney General of Mississippi. After his death in 1820, the home was purchased by Stephen Duncan, a physician and wealthy planter, and his wife, Catherine and remained in the Duncan family until 1911 …

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Just Now April 5, 2014 5:00AM ET. by Suzi Parker. Natchez, Miss. — Three women from Michigan peruse the exhibits at the Natchez Museum of African-American History and Culture on a spring afternoon. The women are white, traveling with a national tour group for professional and academic retirees, and they’re in Natchez to learn more about its heritage

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8 hours ago The Burn Bed and Breakfast was built in 1834 and became an inn in 1978. Rooms and suites have private baths, cable television, wireless Internet, and access to the outdoor pool. Brandon Hall Plantation was built in 1856 outside of Natchez. It went through a number of owners before becoming an inn and event venue.

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601-446-25001 hours ago Contact Information: Oak Hill Inn Bed & Breakfast. 409 S. Rankin St. Natchez, MS 39120. Phone: 601-446-2500. [email protected] Historic Oak Hill Inn. Tell 'em you saw it on OldHouses.com! Archived in March, 2016.

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3 hours ago Natchez once boasted over 500 millionaires, more than any other city in the United States, except New York. In this short video, Charlie Adams shows you ante

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7 hours ago Oct 28, 2019 - Explore Bry Tomas's board "Antebellum Homes - the Old South", followed by 149 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about antebellum homes, …

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6 hours ago A Taste of the Old SouthThe Antebellum Homes of Natchez, Mississippi; Hotel Review – The Linden Bed & Breakfast, Natchez, Mississippi (this post) A Driving Tour of The History of Natchez, From Native Americans to the Civil War; Restaurant Reviews – The Cuisine of Southwest Mississippi; Linden Antebellum Bed & Breakfast. 1 Conner Circle

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Just Now The Magnificent Grande Dame Of The South: Palatial home 12,000 sq feet total. Exquisitely manicured grounds. 3 acres. The centuries old Natchez Trace weaves through the scenic, rural South and centuries of travel. It's about 15 miles northeast of Natchez, Mississippi, where the road begins its 500 mile journey northeast to Nashville.

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7 hours ago Image by David Mark. 1. Longwood. Longwood is the grandest and most unique of the historical homes. If your travels are limited in Natchez, this one should be at the top of your list. Built on 87 acres of land, this five-story mansion …

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4 hours ago Zillow has 2 homes for sale in Natchez MS matching Historic Downtown Natchez. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.

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5 hours ago The largest remaining antebellum home in the South, the Nottaway Plantation House is a staggering 53,000 square feet and contains 64 rooms, seven staircases and five galleries. Built along the banks of the Mississippi River in 1858, the home also features an impressive ballroom painted in all white (including the floor). The plantation has

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Is this the oldest antebellum home in Natchez?

While we didn't tour the historic home known as Linden, we did stop by for a photo. Not only is this the oldest antebellum home in Natchez (1790), but stories say that the front door of the mansion was inspiration for the front door to Tara in the movie “Gone With the Wind.”

What are the best historic homes to visit in Natchez?

Visiting Natchez Historic Homes and Plantations. 1 Auburn. By Rsfinlayson – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link. Auburn is an antebellum mansion built in 1812 by Levi Weeks, who had fled New York after being ... 2 Choctaw Hall. 3 Lansdowne. 4 Longwood. 5 Magnolia Hall. More items

What is Natchez Mississippi known for?

Like so many towns along the Mississippi River, Natchez was home to lavish plantations and farms where cotton and other products could be shipped up or downstream to market. Cotton planters became millionaires but at the cost of the enslaved labor. Some of these historic homes in the 300-year-old town are still standing and are open to tours.

What is the significance of the Arlington mansion in Natchez?

The style introduced at Auburn was interpreted in a slightly different way at Arlington to create the second of the grand column mansions for which Natchez is known for. The 55-acre property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It was further declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974.

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