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belonging to a period before a war especially the American Civil War

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The battlefield preserves more than reconstructed trenches, antebellum architecture, and monuments; it also preserves the park's distinctive natural resources that are just as integral a component of the battle's history.
Antebellum architecture, regional art and music, and a mix of sophisticated and down-home cuisine punctuate this circuitous journey between two of America's bastions of Southern charm.
notes that while attention is often focused on plantation houses in the Delta and southwest Mississippi, beautiful examples of antebellum architecture also flourish in Laurel, Hattiesburg, Meridian, and, particularly, Columbus.
There are other painters, musicians, opera singers, craftsmen and writers living in the town, which also has the distinction of having the largest preserve of antebellum architecture in the United States.
From the antebellum architecture, to the river and its steamboats, Vicksburg was inspiring to some of the South's most talented artists and even a few of the amateur ones like myself.