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Stairhall, Rosalie Rosalie (1823). This National Historic Landmark is one of the earliest fully developed "suburban villas" in Natchez. The Federal-style house is open to the public by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The large mansion overlooking the Mississippi River also served as the headquarters of the Union Army during the occupation of Natchez in the Civil War.

Natchez, Mississippi, Cathedral Church...More gorgeous inside

Natchez, Mississippi---"First settled by French . . ."

Another Side View of Longwood - Natchez, Mississippi

Old Southern Mansion - Stanton Hall Natchez, Mississippi.

Windsor Ruins. Built in 1861 by Smith Coffee Daniell II. The Plantation survived the Civil War unharmed, only to be destroyed by an accidental fire in 1890. All was lost expect of the columns and some ironwork. The ruins are those of the largest antebellum Greek Revival mansions built in the state, and has been used in various motion pictures. It is located in Claiborne County in Mississippi.

Magnolia Hall in Natchez, Mississippi. This is where I went to school when I was a little kid.