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Natchez, Mississippi: A National Historic Landmark, octagon-shaped Longwood is considered the most elaborate plantation home ever built in Mississippi. Construction began in 1860 and then stopped in 1861 because of the Civil War, leaving only the exterior and the first floor of the home finished. Once the headquarters for more than a million dollars worth of cotton fields, it now is owned by the Pilgrimmage Garden Club of Natchez and is open daily for tours. Architect was Samuel Sloan of Philadelphia; owner was Dr. Haller Nutt.
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