Largely agricultural, the area has cotton, soybeans, corn, rice and wheat fields. Tallulah is the site of one of the first agricultural experiment stations to use airplanes to control cotton pests. The original airport building (Scotts Field) still stands near Tallulah.
In Tallulah, the Hermoine Museum provides a history of the parish, with period pieces available for public view housed there. Restored from the Civil War era, the home was moved to its present location at 315 Mulberry Street in 1997.
In Delta, the birthplace of the world's first female millionaire is currently used as the Delta, Louisiana, City Hall. Madam C.J. Walker, born of slave parents, created a line of hair products, which brought her the fame and fortune to become the first ever female millionaire.
Crescent House is one of the four homes that Union General U.S. Grant did not burn during the seige of Vicksburg.
Grant's Canal, a failed effort by Union Generals Grant and Sherman to divert the Mississippi River during the Civil War, is at the foot of the Vicksburg Bridge across the Mississippi River from Delta and Mound, between U.S. Highway 80 and Interstate 20.
Tallulah - Holiday Capri Motel, 610 East Bayou Drive, Tallulah, LA 71282, (318-574-1154)
Tallulah - Super 8 Tallulah LA, 144 Highway 65 South, Tallulah, LA 71282, (318-574-2000)
Tallulah - Days Inn - 143 Hwy 65 South, Tallulah, LA 71282 (318-574-5200)
Madison Parish Tourist Commission
305 Dabney St.
Tallulah boasts the first covered mall in the United States, by the designer Hayes Towne!
MOUND, Louisiana is one of the smallest incorporated towns in the nation.