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The #NatchezTraceParkway follows the ancient migratory route of American Buffalo, a well trodden path which the Natchez, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Creek used as hunting trails for centuries. Hernando de Soto once wandered aimlessly along the path in search of gold. In the 1800s Rivermen would raft down the Mississippi and hike back north along this route after selling their goods and scrapping their barges in New Orleans. Today, the parkway connects Nashville to Natchez via Tupelo (birthplace of Elvis Presley) and rolls through the most scenic parts of Mississippi and Alabama. Lots of history packed into every mile. Beautiful day for a contemplative ride. #hondaventures #Alabama #Mississippi #tennesee

kourid

Un lujazo conducir por la américa profunda #natchez #roadtrip #route61 #mustang #car

chuecaalberto

I really enjoy traveling the Natchez Trace over Interstate 55. A stop at #owenscreek #natcheztrace #scenichighway #thethib #rockysprings #reststop #nature

etaylor414

Lots of nice #scenery the 100+ miles we have traveled down the Natchez Trace parkway. I think we may just have to finish the other 150 miles. #littlemountain #jeffbusby

elanher

Small leg stretching detour on the way home, along the Natchez Trace #rockysprings #natcheztrace #mississippi #detour #hike #roadtrip #trailhead #stretchyourlegs #scenicroute

etaylor414

When driving through the Mississippi woods first thing in the morning, nothing gets you up the Natchez Trace like guayaki Yerba Mate in your face. See ya soon Flora, MS. County Seat 11-2! #yerbayes #cometolife

thefrankiebootshummmm

#Repost h2c.kristina ・・・Rocky Springs Campground along the Natchez Trace Scenic Parkway in Mississippi. #HammocksToCoasters #natcheztrace #mississippi #camping #hammockcamping #freecamping #rockysprings #camping

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"Determining Tue North in the Rain. Along the southern part of the old Natchez Trace, Mississippi, 2014"Image is from the forthcoming book, "Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad" (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017). #repost #photography #night #americanhistory #blackhistory #socialjustice #slavery #freedom #princetonarchitecturalpress

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#lacpinstagramtakeover jmbalesphotography "Determining True North in the Rain. Along the southern part of the Old Natchez Trace, Mississippi, 2014"Image is from the forthcoming book, "Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad" (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017). #lacp #photography #night #undergroundrailroad #americanhistory #blackhistory #socialjustice #princetonarchitecturalpress

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As soon as we saw this mirror imported from France in the mid 1800s we knew this shot was going to be amazing! View the link in our profile to see our blog post from our Editorial spread in idoyallblog ! Hair: kristen_kaye_phillips of tracybranchagency Makeup: makeupbycody35 of tracybranchagency Florals: moretonsflowers Gown: kayskreationsbridal Location: Stanton Hall, Natchez, MSModel: katebythaocean

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Mixed media painting from Stan Natchez, "Something I Remember" on view starting March 3 in the gallery art show and sale "First Americans" through April 30 tucsondesertartmuseum . Opening reception March 3, 5:30 pm. #nativeamericanart #indigenous #firstamericans #contemporaryart #goldleaf #mixedmediaart

fourcornersgallery

Happy 100th birthday to our National Parks. This is Rocky Springs Methodist Church circa 1837. It is a site that you can visit along the Natchez Trace Parkway which is a part of the NPS in #Mississippi. Fall is my favorite time to drive along the Trace...looking forward to it! #nps100 #thisplacematters #natcheztrace #mississippihouses #rockysprings #church #tv_churchandgraves #oldhouselove #architecture #archi_ologie #archilovers #historic #preservation #casasecasarios #nationalpark #findyourpark

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Born a slave in 1819 in Natchez, Mississippi, Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield had little reason to dream of the life that would eventually become her own. Because of a series of unlikely circumstances and her own relentless efforts she would eventually become known as the first African American singer to gain recognition in both Europe and the United States. Long before her life of fame, the child Elizabeth was taken to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by a Quaker who had freed her slaves. Continuing to serve the Mistress for whom she had been named, Elizabeth acted as a maid and companion. She also provided entertainment for the guests of her elderly namesake. Upon the death of her Mistress, Greenfield supported herself by giving public and private performances. Greenfield soon gained recognition throughout the Northeast for her performances. She was dubbed "The Black Swan." In 1853, Greenfield traveled to Europe for engagements in England, Scotland, and Ireland. When an unscrupulous manager abandoned her in London, penniless Greenfield took matters into her own hands. Seeking out a prominent fellow countrywoman also traveling in London, Elizabeth introduced herself to Harriet Beecher Stowe. With Stowe’s help Greenfield was soon performing for English gentry. Before returning to the U.S. she sang in Buckingham Palace in a command performance for Queen Victoria. During the Civil War Elizabeth Greenfield appeared alongside speakers such as Frederick Douglass and Frances E.W. Harper. She also traveled throughout the country raising funds for various "colored" aged and orphan societies. Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield died in Philadelphia on March 31, 1876. #elizabethtaylorgreenfield #singer #blacktheatrehistory #blackhistory #theblackswan #standingontheirshoulders

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