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Duration:
7 minutes

Explore the wide variety of natural resources found along the Natchez Trace Parkway.

 
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Duration:
5 minutes, 19 seconds

The Natchez Trace Parkway is more than a scenic drive. Discover the many recreational opportunities that can be found along the way.

 
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Duration:
4 minutes, 48 seconds

Kaintucks traveled down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to sell their goods in markets in New Orleans and Natchez. They traveled home along a trail they helped make famous: the Old Natchez Trace.

 
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Duration:
5 minutes, 12 seconds

Once common in the eastern half of the United States, most prehistoric American Indian mounds have been destroyed. Five mound sites remain on the Natchez Trace Parkway; discover what these ancient monuments mean to the descendants of those who built them.

 
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Duration:
4 minutes, 29 seconds

Meriwether Lewis, of the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery, died while traveling on the Old Natchez Trace in 1809. He is buried at milepost 385.9. Find out about his final days.

 
 
 
 
 
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Duration:
2 minutes, 11 seconds

The Natchez Trace Parkway is a long, narrow national park. A vast variety of historic, cultural and outdoor experiences await Parkway travelers. Because of the scenic nature of the Parkway, its viewshed is protected from industry and development as it meanders through the rural southeast. Parkway adventurers can learn about the past, while they enjoy the comforts of the present, and rest in the confidence that the Parkway's future is protected by the National Park Service. This short film invites viewers to experience a snippet of the opportunities available on and near the Natchez Trace Parkway. This video has upbeat music throughout and no dialogue.

 
 

Last updated: September 29, 2020

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Tupelo, MS 38804

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