Hey Kids! You can become an official Junior Ranger at Natchez National Historical Park!
Booklets for children ages 6-12 are available at the William Johnson House or at Melrose. Ask a Park Ranger at either of these two sites for your Junior Ranger booklet.
When you complete your booklet, take it to a Park Ranger at either of the two sites and you will receive a certificate and badge just like the one on this page.
Click on the link below to view the Junior Ranger booklet.
Junior Civil War Historian Program
One hundred fifty years ago, our nation nearly tore itself apart. Soldiers in blue and gray struggled on battlefields across the country and changed the face of the United States of America. Now you can visit these special places and become a Junior Civil War Historian as our nation remembers what that conflict means to us today.
There are two ways to become a Junior Civil War Historian.
Once you have become a Junior Ranger at three parks, turn in your activity card or Junior Ranger program booklets at a participating park to receive your patch.
Turn in your activity card or Junior Ranger program booklets along with a printout of your completed online activity at a participating park to receive your patch.
Did You Know?
Although not formally recognized as an Indian Tribe, descendants of the Natchez Indians live in Oklahoma and South Carolina.