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Front Street Block B, Lula, MS

the building on the left This was the site of the Keesee Building. It was a white stucco building of Spanish design with red tiles running along the front top porch. There were round windows along the side. Two windows on either side of a screened in door were at the front. The Keesee Building… Read More ›

Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, Arkansas County

If you like agriculture, history, or hunting, this museum is definitely for you.

Founders of Rich, the Richberger Family

  Jacob Richberger was born around 1835 in Russian Poland.  He and his wife Fanny along with his son George migrated to the United States in 1864 and settled in New York.  After the Civil War,  Jacob moved to Mississippi for better opportunities.  He left his wife and son to tend to their store.  According… Read More ›

Louisiana Purchase State Park, Monroe County

The Louisiana Purchase State Park can be found on Arkansas Highway 362 near Brinkley, Arkansas.  I say near, because its actually way in the country, but its a nice trip through the Delta. An elevated boardwalk carries you deep into the woods and a swampy area.  It is a little dark and you hear the… Read More ›

Sumner, Mississippi

Sumner is found in western Tallahatchie County, just down Highway 49 from Clarksdale on the way to Greenwood.

Lula, Mississippi. Coahoma County

That’s what Lula has been for more than a 100 years. Don’t count it out. Lula is gonna be here for a 100 more.

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