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Jottings of a Years Sojourn in the South Or First Impressions of the Country

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This is bringing the Mississippi into this part of the State. The valley has been considered more un- healthy than the uplands, especially in the summer sea- son. Some who own plantations here live "in the hills ;" others spend their summers in Tennessee and Kentucky — their winters here. They call this going North. Tennes- see, Kentucky and Virginia, and those on their Northern borders, are ranked by them among the Northern States. I have often been pleased to hear them tell of having been Nor...th, when they had never crossed Mason's & Dixon's line.
SOJOURN IN THE SOUTH. 205 YAZOO CITY.
This town, viewed from the steamers as you pass up the river, seems as if it was coy of being seen, and had made an effort to hide among the trees and shrubbery, amid which the inhabitants have reared their dwellings. And when you have once got into its strees, you cannot so much wonder at its shyness, for many of its plain and shabby buildings look better half hid. It lies in the em- brace, on one. Side, of a range of bluffs half circling round it, the city sloping down from these to the river that forms the base of this part circle.


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