Monmouth Historic Inn

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1848 Scarlet Fever Outbreak

May 28, 2014 News

Today is the first half of a letter written by Eliza Quitman to her son, Henry Quitman.  Of note is the mention of the Scarlet Fever outbreak in Natchez in 1848. I find most interesting the "medicinal" ways Eliza recommends fighting… Read More »

"Cavalier Arabe"

May 21, 2014 News

“Cavalier Arabe” - 19th Century French Bronze Statue by Emile Guillemin In the Quitman Lounge – above the bar – you will find an exquisite bronze statute.  I was fascinated by this statue from the moment I saw it.&… Read More »

Tourism & Beauty

May 14, 2014 News

TOURISM AND BEAUTY! Monmouth’s owner, Nancy Reuther, was one of several people honored on May 6, 2014 by the City of Natchez’ Tourism Council with a Tourism Award.  Nancy was honored for her time, energy, effort and financial … Read More »

14-Year-Old's Have Certainly Changed!

May 7, 2014 News

To delve into some of the details contained within this letter, I must start out by stating that this letter was written by Frederick “Henry” Quitman, John Quitman’s only son that lived to adulthood.  At the time of the… Read More »