Vicksburg National Military Park
The park commemorates the campaign, siege, and defense of Vicksburg. The city's surrender on July 4, 1863, along with that of Port Hudson, LA, on July 8, split the South, giving control of the Mississippi River to the Union.
Over 1370 monuments, restored Union gunboat, and National Cemetery mark the 16-mile tour road. > Read More
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Hurricane Katrina damaged many trees along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. To preserve the beauty of these trees, chain saw artist Dayton Scoggins and wood carver Marlin Miller were recruited by the city of Biloxi to transform them into works of art for all to see.
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Mississippi State Capitol
The Mississippi State Capitol is located in Jackson and has been the home of Mississippi's state legislature since 1903.