Category Archives: Culture

Mississippi Rivers Environment – Amazing Works of Nature

Image by Tundra Ice   It’s around 2,320 Itasca. By the typical discharge, this river has been the tenth biggest and the fourth longest. It’s also considered the third longest river in the entire world. This river has many tributaries, … Continue reading

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1884 & 1984: The History of the World’s Fair in New Orleans

Image by nestor.ferraro     New Orleans has been home to the World’s Fair twice, once in 1884 and then 100 years later in 1984. 1884 At the time, New Orleans was home to the Cotton Exchange and the Cotton … Continue reading

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Southern State of Georgia, USA

Image by ucumari photography   Georgia is the only state to be named after a British Monarch. It was in this state that gold was first hit in North America in the early part of the 19th century, and the … Continue reading

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Do Better Studies Make Better People?

Image by Long Road Photography (formerly Aff)   For players with the lowest degrees of support, functionality deteriorated up to 3 yells per round. We should keep an encouraging eye on the ball, because the researchers consider societal support would … Continue reading

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Mississippi Craft Shows

Image by emoeby   Mississippi is fairly renowned for being a place invested in music and literature. For instance, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, composed by Mark Twain, were place along the Mississippi River. Along with literature … Continue reading

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Alabama – The Yellow Hammer State

Image by sunsurfr   A Yellow Hammer is a strain of woodpecker and it is the state bird of Alabama. This state has been called the Heart of Dixie. The Southern U.S. as well as money, is regularly called Dixie. … Continue reading

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Take an intimate excursion of Riverboat Cruises

Image by Corey Ann   River boat cruises can be a great way for an intimate trip for the couple who desires to get away for a couple of days or a couple of hours or the family to spend … Continue reading

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Houston Is The City of Culture

Image by Katie Haugland   Houston may be known as a booming metropolis with a deep water port and oil industry that was enormous but the picture of cowboy boots and longhorns is a misnomer. Houston boasts one of the … Continue reading

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Crossroads Film Festival

Image by Marcos Guevara Rivera     The Crossroads Film Society is sponsoring the 10th Annual Crossroads Film Festival. The society is a non profit and multi-cultured organization that helps to supply a means for international, national and local movies … Continue reading

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Remarkable Events in the Mississippi River

Image by dennis     Mississippi river is among the biggest rivers in the USA. It really is popular for its broad contribution to culture and the artwork of the nation. In 1541, Hernando De Soto was the first known … Continue reading

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