Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The Cedars/Fulton Mississippi Video Tour Part 5

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This video concludes the five-part look at The Cedars and Fulton, Mississippi, where an attempt is being made to preserve the original 1860s dog-trot portion of the Cates-Gaither House and to relocate it just west of its present site. The landmark house is known locally as The Cedars.

Part 5 is another "Through the Windshield Video" and begins on west Main Street. Traveling east past the college and landmark businesses such as Riley Building Supplies, up the river bluff hill and past Senter Drug Store, the drive proceeds east on Main Street past The Cedars to the Fulton United Methodist Church.

The current owner of The Cedars, Fulton United Methodist Church, has offered the house and a small lot upon which to place it to any group who will undertake the preservation, relocation, renovation, and conversion of the property to community purposes. The leadership of the church recognized the historical importance of The Cedars in offering such gifts as these to the community.

A community preservation group, Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage, was organized the the summer of 2009. The group has been accepted as a special project through the Create Foundation of Tupelo, Mississippi. Donations to the preservation efforts of The Cedars/Cates-Gaither House made be made to

CREATE FOUNDATION
Create Gaither House Project Fund
P.O. Box 1053
Tupelo, Mississippi 38802

Indicate on your check that the donation is for the Create Gaither House Project Fund. Your tax-deductible donations are most needed in saving this dwelling, a part of Itawamba County's heritage.

To view Part 1 of this video series, click here.
To view Part 2, click here.
To view Part 3, click here.
To view Part 4, click here.

Interior video of the original portion of the house will be posted soon.

Video Copyright © 2009. Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage, Fulton, Mississippi. All Rights Reserved.




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