Narrative History Interpretation

The Natchez Trace Parkway Association has been the "friends group" for the Natchez Trace Parkway for more than 80 years. Over the past several years, the association has conducted several living history events about the parkway for the general public and local schools. They have also done a lot of research about the history of the Old Trace.

They have used this knowledge along with photos and videos to create a "cell phone tour" of many of the sites along the parkway.

Tennessee - Mississippi

Tennessee

Tennessee Narrative History Interpretation sites

Tennessee Narrative History Interpretation

This "summary preview" of each Tennessee site includes the site name, milepost number and major features.

Meriwether Lewis Death & Burial Site

milepost 385.9 - Hiking Trail, History/Nature Exhibit, Old Trace, Picnic Area, Campground, Restroom

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Mississippi

Mississippi Narrative History Interpretation sites

Mississippi Narrative History Interpretation

This "summary preview" of each Mississippi site includes the site name, milepost number and major features.

French Camp

milepost 180.7 - Old Trace, Restroom - 10-60 minutes

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Kosciusko, MS

Exit the Trace at milepost 160 at either the Kosciusko Information Center or Mississippi Highway 35 and travel west 1 mile.

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Mount Locust

milepost 15.5 - Old Trace, History/Nature Exhibit, Restroom - 15-60 minutes

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