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“The Old and Not-So-Old South”

Lakeport Plantation
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Owner description: Lakeport Plantation is an Arkansas State University Heritage Site near Lake Village and Greenville, MS. The house was constructed ca. 1859 for Lycurgus and Lydia Johnson. It is the only remaining Arkansas antebellum plantation home on the Mississippi River. ASU began restoration of the house in 2003 and the house opened to the public in September 2007.
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Memphis, Tennessee
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“The Old and Not-So-Old South”
Reviewed October 13, 2012

This historic plantation tells the story of the people who built it, lived and worked in it, and how it survived. I have a special connection because my father's family built the home, and he was born there. Even without that connection, though, Lakeport Plantation is a fascinating window into the lives and times of the Old South and the forces that have shaped the Delta and South into what it is today.

Visited September 2012
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Pine Bluff, Arkansas
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“Gem in the Middle of Nowhere”
Reviewed July 1, 2012

Lakeport State Park is one of those places that you can't believe still exists in the middle of nowhere. Located just outside Lake Village down a side road on the Mississippi River. It is still standing on a working farm. In fact a shed with modern tractors is right outside the house. Built in 1859 it looks like it did in those days. Though the house has no furniture, it is a beautiful example of era architecture. Not as much attention has been paid to the outlying buildings, but the house itself looks like it was built yesterday and well maintained. The staff of the visitors center are friendly and seemed shocked that anyone would look them up. It is well worth the visit.

Visited June 2012
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