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The sunken trace has happened over thousands of years due to the loess soil in the region.
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John Coffee Bridge over the Tennessee River
Before their were bridges and cars there were ferries that took people and supplies across the Tennessee River along the Natchez Trace. Draw and color what you see when crossing the bridge.
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John and Dolly Gordon’s home was completed in 1818. John died a short time later in June of 1819. Dolly Gordon remained at their house with their children and growing family as well as their enslaved people who farmed the plantation until her death in 1859. The Gordon House is one of two remaining building on the Natchez Trace Parkway dating to the early 1800s. Draw what you think a scene at the Gordon House would look like for arriving boatmen on their way to Nashville.
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Natchez Trace Post Rider Symbol
Color in your own version of the Natchez Trace Post Rider Symbol
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National Park Service Arrowhead
The arrowhead of the National Park Service represents all the over 400 national parks preserved throughout the United States.
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The Natchez Trace played a key role in the Vicksburg campaign during the civil war in 1863. Soldiers also fought in the area of the Natchez Trace at the battles of Brices Cross Road and Tupelo in 1864.
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Last updated: June 4, 2021