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The American Indian Artifacts Museum holds Native American artifacts dating back to hundreds and even thousands of years ago. The owners began collecting artifacts about 30-40 years ago. Many of the artifacts were given to the museum by local Indian tribal members. The museum is open for tour appointment.
179 State Line Rd.
Columbus, MS 39702
Phone: 662.251.1125
Toll-Free: 800.327.2686
Admission: Free
Display of all things Corinth from the Paleolithic period to the present day. Housed in the Historic Corinth Depot, permanent displays emphasize transportation and the Civil War.
Historic Corinth Depot
Corinth, MS 38835
Phone: 662.287.3120
www.crossroadsmuseum.com/index.html
Hours: Tue-Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Yes
Established in 1812. Used as a recruitment camp by Gen. Andrew Jackson. Includes an 1846 log cabin, visitors center, crafts and sorghum mill. Antebellum home of Col. James Drane, c. 1846-48. The Council House of Greenwood LeFlore, a Choctaw Indian Chief and Mississippi Senator, is now home to the Council House Cafe' which is open Mon-Sat 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Welcome Center/Bread Bakery open Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Log house serves as a bed and breakfast inn. Natchez Trace Parkway - 55 Le Fleur Circle French Camp, MS 39745 Phone: 662.547.6657 www.frenchcamp.org/historic Admission: Free
In Walls you will find a parking area available on top of the Bluff, overlooking the Mississippi River basin, known as the Delta. Close by, just yards off the road, are two ancient Indian Burial Mounds. How American Indians used the mounds varied. The purposes of most mounds found are shrouded in mystery, but are believed to be sacred monuments to the dead. Open year round. Corner of Norforlk Road and Thomas Road GPS Coordinates: Lat 34.957873 / Long -90.15176 662-429-8852
1-mile round-trip nature trail called "Sand Creek Trail" fishing pond.
1407 Frye Rd.
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662.312.0387
www.indianmoundcampground.com
Sites: 12 tent sites, 1 rental cabin, 12 RV sites (2 paved, 10 gravel), 5 pull-thrus (75'), 7 back-ins (60'), 5 full hook-ups, (12W, 5S, 12E), 50/30 amps, 10 shaded spots, 10 side hook-ups, patios, slide-out accommodations, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, firewood, internet hook-up, cable, WiFi
Nearby attractions: Mississippi State University, Columbus Historic District, Waverly, Noxubee Refuge, Tombigbee River, 2,000 year-old Indian Mound; fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, biking and horseback riding trails
Native American Indian Mound
Hwy 15 South
New Albany, MS 38652
Phone: 662.538.0014
Fax: 662.534.6019
www.ucheritagemuseum.com
Hours: By appointment
Admission: Free
Relics from eleven wars, antique toys, clothes from yesteryear, farm tools, county wildlife, Indian artifacts, a library, glassware, photography and local art.
220 E. College Ave.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.3669
Fax: 662.252.3669
www.mchmuseum.org
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m- 5p.m., Closed the week before Christmas
Admission: $4 Adult; $3 Children under 12
This historic route was traveled by early Indian tribes, pioneer settlers, colonial troops, and traders. Today's scenic highway totals 444 miles, and follows the shore of the Ross Barnett Reservoir where picnic areas and parks beckon.
This 444 mile parkway stretches from Natchez to Nashville, TN
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.680.4025
Toll-Free: 800.305.7417
www.nps.gov/natr
Admission: Free
Headquarters for this scenic route from Natchez, MS to Nashville, TN. Facilities open year round for motorists, bikers and cyclists. Includes a film about the Natchez Trace.
Natchez Trace Pkwy., Milepost 266
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.680.4027
Fax: 662.680.4034
Toll-Free: 800.305.7417
www.nps.gov/natr
Hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Closed Christmas Day
Admission: Free
Exhibits cover the early days of Noxubee County. Sections highlight the Choctaw Indians and other areas of community life.
411 South Jefferson St.
Macon, MS 39341
Phone: 662.726.4456
Fax: 662.726.1041
Hours: By appointment
Admission: Free, but donations accepted
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