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Fall Pilgrimage

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Morning Tours 9:00am to 12:30pm

Red Tour Package

September 22, 25, 28 & October 1, 4, 7

D'Evereux 1836

160 D'Evereux Drive
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Aldridge

  • One of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Natchez
  • Built for William St. John Elliot and his wife Anna Connor, who often hosted the "Great Compromiser" Henry Clay
  • Included the first cupola in Natchez
  • Many original furnishings

Brandon Hall 1856

Mile Marker 8.5 on Natchez Trace
Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser Harriss

  • Built by Gerard Brandon, son of first native born governor of Mississippi
  • Stately Greek Revival, formerly a working plantation
  • Site of Natchez Trace Parkway inauguration ceremony

Sweet Auburn 1833

34 Old Highway 84 No. 1
Mrs. Marion Copeland

  • Original home of Dr. John Wesley Monette, renowned for his work in preventing yellow fever
  • Original millwork
  • Doctor's office, observatory and Monette family cemetery

Orange Tour

Sept 23, 26, 29 & October 2, 5, 8

Auburn 1812

400 Duncan Ave.
At Auburn Ave.
Antebellum Auburn & the City of Natchez

  • Home of first Mississippi Attorney General
  • Established this style of columned portico in the South
  • Freestanding spiral staircase
  • National Historic Landmark

The House on Ellicott Hill 1798

211 N. Canal St.
The Natchez Garden Club

  • National Historic Landmark
  • First American flag was raised in Mississippi here in 1797
  • Early house with fine Federal fanlights and mantels

The Coyle House 1793

307 S. Wall St.
Mr. & Mrs. Lemuel Adams

  • Significant example of the Federal style
  • In residential area of the city known as "the Spanish Quarter"
  • Brick first story is a later addition built beneath the house when Wall Street cut through a small hill
  • One of the earliest buildings in Natchez

Blue Tour

September 24, 27 30 & October 3, 6, 9

Magnolia Hall 1858

215 S. Pearl St. at Washington St.
The Natchez Garden Club

  • One of the city's grandest townhouse mansions
  • Greek Revival with stylish Italianate details
  • Spectacular pierced plaster cornice in entrance hall
  • Pilgrimage Costume Museum

The Briars 1814

31 Irving Lane
Mr. & Mrs. Leon Atkins

  • One of the South's finest examples of early plantation-style architecture
  • Marriage site of Jefferson Davis & Varina Howell
  • Overlooks the Mississippi River

Williamsburg 1830

821 Main St.
William Bradley and Mitchell Wynne

  • Fine example of the Creole cottage style
  • Rare and exceptional Federal architectural details
  • Collection of Federal and Empire antiques, French clocks

Afternoon Tours 1:30pm to 5:00pm

Pink Tour

September 22, 25, 28 & October 1, 4, 7

Choctaw Hall 1836

310 N. Wall St.
David P. Garner & Lee Glover

  • Transitional style from Federal to Greek Revival
  • Furnished with William IV and Early American Empire
  • Collection of signed Jacob Petit French Porcelain and Family Silver
  • Exceptional late-Federal staircase

J.N. Stone House 1850

804 Washington St.
Joseph B. Stone

  • Origins as a private billiard hall styled as a Greek temple
  • Rare pocket doors ornamented with etched stained glass
  • Heirloom garments, lap desk, portraits
  • Collection of rare antique maps

The Gardens 1794

35 Cemetery Road
Dr. & Mrs. Fred Emrick

  • Built as summer retreat for Spanish Territorial Governor Stephen Minor
  • Served as a Federal hospital during the Civil War
  • Occupied by same family since 1881

Yellow Tour

Sept 23, 26, 29 & October 2, 5, 8

Pleasant Hill 1832

310 S. Pearl St.
Mr. & Mrs. John Bergeron

  • Built by cotton merchant, planter John Henderson
  • Was moved in 1858 one block south, using log rollers, in order for son Tom Henderson to build Magnolia Hall
  • Lovely back gallery and gardens

Glenfield 1812 1840

6 Glenfield Road
Marjorie Meng

  • Two section cottage: Spanish and English Gothic
  • Double hallways, unique interior window, Civil War bullet hole in front door
  • Surrounded by original Spanish land grant deeded to the present owner's family

Green Tour

September 24, 27, 30 & October 3, 6, 9

Oak Hill 1835

409 S. Rankin St.
Doug Mauro & Donald McGlynn

  • Federal & Greek Revival architecture
  • Empire furnishings, Old Paris Porcelains
  • Zuber wallpaper and historic textiles

Lansdowne 1853

17 Marshall Road
Marshall Family

  • Occupied by descendants of the original builder; on land owned by family since 1780's
  • Original furnishings
  • Original Zuber wallpaper

Green Leaves 1838

303 S. Rankin St. at Washington St.
Beltzhoover Family

  • All original furnishings and family memorabilia
  • Lush grounds and gardens
  • Occupied by descendants of the Koontz-Beltzhoover family since 1849
  • Documented early camellia collections