Mississippi’s Great River Road

Mississippi today is full of contrasts and contradictions. Along the state’s border defined by the Mississippi River, you’ll find tall casinos rising above old cotton farms, vast agricultural lands carved out of the old bottomland forests, a rich musical heritage that arose from great poverty, and antebellum towns and plantations, some in better shape than others. The pictures in this gallery cover some of these sights; I’ll be adding to it over time.

By |2017-11-18T13:08:10+00:00November 19th, 2017|Of Places|0 Comments

About the Author:

Dean Klinkenberg, the Mississippi Valley Traveler, is on a mission to explore the rich history, diverse cultures, and varied ecosystems of the Mississippi River Valley, from the Headwaters in northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. He is the author of Rock Island Lines, a mystery, and several guidebooks for the Mississippi Valley.

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