Marilyn Jones shares a road trip's worth of interesting Mississippi women, some from the state's history, and some making history today.
Marilyn Jones shares a visit to a diverse museum in a historic court house
Built nearly 200 years ago, Monmouth embodies the labor and struggles of generations of enslaved people as well as its owners.
A Mississippi house full of history now serves as both a bed and breakfast and a museum.
Samantha shares pictures of the Mississippi state welcome sign on I-55 South.
Samantha shares her visit to the Capitol of the Magnolia State - Jackson, Mississippi. it was one the first buildings in the state to have electric elevators.
Marilyn Jones visits a historic house in three parts from three eras...each with its own tale of supernatural visitors.
Marilyn Jones visits an unusual bed and breakfast in Vicksburg and learns the even more unusual story of its original owners.
Marilyn Jones takes her family along to visit storied Natchez, about to celebrate its 300 years of history.
In historic Vicksburg, an architecturally significant courthouse that also has an enduring role in history, serves as a local history museum.
In historic Vicksburg, the Duff Green Mansion, host to both Jefferson Davis and Ulysses S. Grant, serves as both living history and a bed-and-breakfast.
A time capsule from 1861, when the Civil War stopped construction, Longwood tells the story of a nation in conflict and a family caught in the middle.
This is the first post in a short series on visiting Elvis Presley related sites. I've been a huge Elvis fan all my life and my love for the man's wonderful music has not abated in the 35+ years since he died. My brother (Ottoman) and I...