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Auburn Museum and Historic Home

Auburn Museum and Historic Home
400 Duncan Avenue
Natchez, MS
A Brief History of Auburn:Before the time of the great steamboats, Lyman Harding set out for Natchez from Massachusetts.  Lyman found wealth a...
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Lansdowne Plantation

17 Marshall Road
Natchez, MS
History:Built in an antebellum rush of youth and bloom as a wedding present for George Marshall and his bride Charlotte Hunt, Lansdowne has been th...
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Longwood House

140 Lower Woodville Road
Natchez, MS
Longwood was designed by Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan for Haller and Julia Nutt, Mississippi natives and members of Natchez's planter elite....
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Magnolia Hall

215 North Pearl Street
Natchez, MS
Magnolia Hall exemplifies the height of the Greek Revival style in Natchez. The house features an imposing portico with large Ionic columns. The br...
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Natchez City Cemetery

2 Cemetery Road
Natchez, MS
About Us:A visit to Natchez is not complete without a tour of the Natchez City Cemetery.  Established in 1822 on the bluffs high above the Mississ...
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Natchez National Historical Park

Natchez National Historical Park
1 Melrose Montebello Parkway
Natchez, MS
Throughout history, Natchez has always been a place of opportunity and is evident throughout Natchez National Historical Park.  From the magni...
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Rosalie Mansion

100 Orleans Street
Natchez, MS
History:In 1716 the French built a fort on the bluffs of Natchez. It was named Rosalie in honor of the Duchess of Ponchartrain. In 1820 Peter Littl...
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