Amazingly, when spotlights are turned on women around the USA and the world, we can sometimes trace a connection to Savannah women, stories, plus associated places that travelers may visit today.
|Caterer-turned-innkeeper and Savannah tourism|
star Jackie Heinz of Zeigler House Inn
We are confident that you will enjoy your stay laced with southern hospitality and gracious cuisine at Zeigler House Inn, hosted by Kentucky born, caterer-turned-innkeeper Jackie Heinz!
When you visit Savannah, we hope that you will ponder the roles of women in making daily life in Savannah, and in the whole of America, a better place.
Don't be surprised when you see innkeeper Jackie Heinz's choice of flags waving in the Savannah breeze at this popular Jones Street inn. America's red, white and blue USA flag waves with patriotism. Pink flags hail attention and awareness to keep up the research to fight cancer and "Save the Tatas."
In March each year, green and orange flags celebrate the tireless effort of Ireland's immigrants who began arriving in the 1830s to Savannah. Joining slave labor, the Irishmen would join slaves to build the railroads, canals, streets, and grow the congregation of Catholic worship in the Georgia colony. Irish women rallied in spite of poor conditions of lodging on the east and west outskirts of the historic district.