Dunleith Plantation Dunleith is a antebellum mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. The previous building, Routhland had been built by Job Routh and passed down to his daughter Mary Routh. When it was struck by lightning and burned down in 1855, her husband, General Charles G. Dahlgren rebuilt the home. It was sold for $30,000 in 1858 to Alfred Vidal Davis who renamed it Dunleith. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974.
This 1904 Historic Victorian era home features three tastefully decorated rooms that include period antiques and private baths. Our moderate rates include your breakfast and children are always welcome. Bisland House is within walking distance to Main Street's Historic district, carriage rides, antebellum homes, restaurants, churches, antique stores and the beautiful Mississippi River bluff.
Asa White House at Eutaw, AL (built circa 1838, recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1936 and included in the Antebellum Homes in Eutaw TR multiple property submission that's on the National Register of Historic Places.) --- For additional details, go to www.ruralswalabama.org/attractions/asa-white-house-circa-1838/.