Anchuca Mansion

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Named for the Choctaw word for “happy home,” the mansion is haunted by “Archie” Archer, one of former owner Richard Archer’s daughters. Since 1966, her apparition has been seen wearing a long brown dress in the parlor or dining room. A presence has been felt inside the slaves’ quarters as well. The historic mansion is open for tours.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1010 First E St
Vicksburg, MS 39183
United States

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GPS:
32.354341265808586, -90.87721722453688
County:
Warren County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Vicksburg, MS (0.1 mi.)
Beechwood, MS (3.5 mi.)
Delta, LA (3.5 mi.)
Mound, LA (8.6 mi.)
Edwards, MS (15.9 mi.)
Richmond, LA (17.9 mi.)
Tallulah, LA (18.4 mi.)
Lynchburg, MS (20.0 mi.)
Learned, MS (22.1 mi.)
Utica, MS (22.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.anchucamansion.com/

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