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  2. Auburn (Natchez, Mississippi) - Wikipedia

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    Auburn is an antebellum mansion in Duncan Park in Natchez, Mississippi. It was designed and constructed by Levi Weeks in 1812, and was the first building to exhibit Greek Revival order in the town. Its prominent two-story Greek portico served as a model for the subsequent architectural development of local mansions.

  3. Auburn Museum & Historic Home (Natchez) - All You Need to ...

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    Interesting House, Average Presentation. Feb 2022 • Couples. Anywhere else this home would be a highlight, but in Natchez there are better choices. The city of Natchez owned this home for many years and sold all the contents and let the property moulder for years. So while the home has a great history and cool architecture, especially the stairs, the contents are not as interesting as other homes available for tour in Natchez.

  4. Auburn - Visit Natchez

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    As a National Historic Landmark, Auburn has quite a story to tell. It was the first major building in Natchez to follow an actual architectural plan. In the years leading to the Civil War several Natchez homes emulated the style of Auburn's façade. The home's spiral staircase stands entirely unsupported, a feat unmatched even in modern buildings.

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  5. “Auburn,” Natchez – Preservation in Mississippi

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    Auburn, Natchez – (1812, c. 1830) ( National Historic Landmark ). This is New England builder Levi Weeks’s first Natchez mansion and his earliest remaining Mississippi structure. Weeks constructed Auburn in 1812 for Massachusetts-born lawyer Lyman Harding. Levi Weeks referred to Auburn as “the most magnificent Building in the territory…the first house in the Territory on which was ever attempted the orders of Architecture.”.

  6. Auburn | National Trust for Historic Preservation

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    Auburn was the first of the large mansions to be built with architectural orders in Natchez, Mississippi. The 12-room mansion was built of brick kilned on the property and accented with Ionic columns and double galleries. Also recently restored and open to the public is our 2 story brick detached kitchen and slave quarters.

  7. Skip the Line: Auburn Museum & Historic Home Ticket | Natchez, MS

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    Skip the Line: Auburn Museum & Historic Home Ticket. By Natchez Pilgrimage Tours. 1 review. Visit this historic home in Natchez, MS and get an up-close look at the columned portico style that defines so many old homes in the South. Home of the first Mississippi Attorney General Established this style of the columned portico in the South Freestanding spiral staircase National Historic Landmark.

  8. Auburn (Natchez, Mississippi) Map - iTouchMap

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    #1 Auburn Natchez, Mississippi National Register of Historic Places Updated: 2020-03-04 Auburn is an antebellum mansion in Duncan Park in Natchez, Mississippi. It was designed and constructed by Levi Weeks in 1812, and was the first building to exhibit Greek Revival order in the town.

  9. Auburn

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    A visit to Natchez, the jewel of the Mississippi River, will truly feel like coming home. With genuine Southern hospitality and over 300 years of fascinating history, fabulous food, & rich, diverse culture, Natchez is a premier travel destination like no other.

  10. “Glen Auburn,” Natchez – Preservation in Mississippi

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    Glen Auburn, Natchez – (1875) Mississippi’s greatest remaining Second Empire structure. Due to the aftereffects of the Civil War, very few substantial Second Empire structures were constructed in Mississippi. Of the few that were constructed, Glen Auburn is possibly the only one that could be classified as a mansion.

  11. Dec 2021 - Dec 20221 year 1 month. Auburn, Alabama, United States. Facilitating the operations and campaigns of IFC through the management and collaboration of a 25-. member cabinet and close ...

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