"Foxy" Shares a Memory: Civil War Mississippi River Campaign Tour | Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours

“Foxy” Shares a Memory: Civil War Mississippi River Campaign Tour

Mississippi River at sunset in Natchez
Mississippi River at sunset in Natchez, Mississippi

We have had many guests who have traveled on a tour with Stephen Ambrose Historical Tours tell us that it was a memory of a lifetime. As we are all armchair travelers for the moment, we are inviting you to share your favorite memory while on one of our tours.

Today, Mark “Foxy” Thieman transports you to the banks of the Mississippi River in Natchez.

The sun is setting over the Old Man River with vibrant red, orange and pink linear waves. Where am I? I’m in the wealthiest city in America in 1860 and enjoying the view and the exciting day with our fellow travelers and of course our leader and inspirational guide, Dr. Mark.

Thanks Mark and the outstanding tour group known as The Stephen Ambrose tours.


Foxy aka Mark Thieman

Borroum's Drugstore in Corinth
Foxy at Borroum’s Drugstore in Corinth, Mississippi
Dunleith Plantation
Dunleith Plantation in Natchez, Mississippi
Mississippi River at Natchez
Overlooking the Mississippi River at Natchez
Civil War tour group at dinner
Foxy’s and his fellow travelers having a delicious southern lunch at Hagy’s Catfish Hotel Restaurant on the Tennessee River near Shiloh.
Corinth railroad crossroads
Corinth was the site of the crucial railroad junction: the East-West Charleston to Memphis line and the North-South Mobile to Ohio line. For transporting goods, supplies or troops control of this crossroads was of vital importance to both the Confederate and Union armies.

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