Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi
Post Office Box 13341
Jackson, Mississippi, 39236, United States

Lorman, Mississippi

Bed and Breakfasts

  • Rosswood Plantation

Rosswood Plantation                                          VIEW WEBSITE

Rosswood was a thriving cotton plantation of 1250 acres, long before the Civil War, with 105 slaves working the fields. It now has 100 acres of rolling fields and stately trees, where deer and other wildlife abound. Again a working plantation, there are hundreds of Christmas trees where cotton used to grow.

About Lorman

Lorman is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Mississippi, United States. It is home to Alcorn State University, which was attended by Medgar Evers, civil right leader (1925–1963) and Steve McNair (1973–2009). Historic sites include Rosswood, also a Bed & Breakfast.

Alcorn State University (ASU) is located on 1700 acres of beautiful rolling hills and lakes in Lorman, Mississippi with branch campuses in Natchez and Vicksburg. The campus has a rich blend of historic buildings and modern innovative facilities.

Alcorn State University has received recognition throughout the United States of America for its excellence in liberal arts, agricultural research, business education, technology, nursing, and fine arts at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our Alumni have distinguished themselves in many professional areas including medicine, law, government, education, business and entrepreneurship, research, entertainment, and professional athletics.

Capital, River Region

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