The History of Mississippi
Mississippi is located in the south of the United States with a small portion of its border reaching the Gulf of Mexico...
The GeographyOf the State of Mississippi
The state of Mississippi covers an area of 125,000 square kilometres and is the 32nd largest State in USA...
The Flooding of Mississippi State
The region has always been subject to flooding. It is actually formed of land that has been created on soils that have been deposited by various rivers in times of flood.

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Mississippi’s Role in America’s Bloodiest Conflict – Part 3

Important Sites of the Civil War Many towns and sites across Mississippi + Read More

Mississippi’s Role in America’s Bloodiest Conflict – Part 2

The Free State of Jones Though much of the state was in agreement + Read More

Mississippi’s Role in America’s Bloodiest Conflict – Part 1

It’s no secret that between the years 1861 and 1865 The United States of America was at war with itself in what would end…

Beers on the Gulf Coast – Part 2

Fort Bayou Brewing Company This is a company that concentrates on creating fine quality beers with a respect for the traditional art of the…

Beers on the Gulf Coast – Part 1

If you’re planning on taking a trip to Mississippi you won’t want miss out on the delights of the Gulf Coast. The Mississippi Gulf…

The Smith Robertson Museum

When visiting Mississippi in USA’s Deep South it’s likely that many of you will be heading to the state capital, Jackson City. Jackson is…

Natchez Eateries – Part 2

Carriage House Restaurant Located within the grounds of the historic Stanton Hall, The Carriage House is fine dining at its finest. The food here…

Natchez Eateries – Part 1

King’s Tavern King’s Tavern is a must visit for any tourist that wants to take in the cities past with an added bonus of…

Historic Homes in Natchez

Longwood Historic Home Perhaps the most visually striking home in the area is the Longwood Historic Home. Construction began here in 1860; however in…

Mississippi Steamboats

The Mississippi River was Americas own small scale ‘silk road’ in the 19th Century and nothing played a more major role in its development…

The City of Natchez – Part Two

In the past the city of Natchez was an important point for trade and consequently played a major role in the development of the…

The City of Natchez – Part One

Before Jackson was made the capital city of the state of Mississippi in 1822 the city of Natchez served as the centre of power.…