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along the Mississippi, across our street.......

along the Mississippi, across our street.......

World's largest living Bald Cypress tree, Cat Island Swamp, Louisiana... so close to home...

World's largest living Bald Cypress tree, Cat Island Swamp, Louisiana... so close to home...

Panorama of Mississippi River from neighbors back yard.

Panorama of Mississippi River from neighbors back yard.

Te-Ata (aka Bearer Of The Morning) - Chickasaw - circa 1935  Note: The Chickasaw are an indigenous people of the Southeastern Woodlands. Their traditional territory was in the Southeastern United States of Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee. They are of the Muskogean language family and are federally recognized as the Chickasaw Nation.

Te-Ata (aka Bearer Of The Morning) - Chickasaw - circa 1935 Note: The Chickasaw are an indigenous people of the Southeastern Woodlands. Their traditional territory was in the Southeastern United States of Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee. They are of the Muskogean language family and are federally recognized as the Chickasaw Nation.

BALD EAGLES are most widespread during winter, where they can be found along coasts, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs in many states.  (yes, we see them all the time along our Mississippi River leg here in Minnesota....but ALWAYS a special blessing to see one....and they 'bless' the ones they fly over as the Native American spirituality classes them among the 'priests' of their species....

BALD EAGLES are most widespread during winter, where they can be found along coasts, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs in many states. (yes, we see them all the time along our Mississippi River leg here in Minnesota....but ALWAYS a special blessing to see one....and they 'bless' the ones they fly over as the Native American spirituality classes them among the 'priests' of their species....

November 1913. Kosciusko, Mississippi. "One of the workers (not the youngest) in the Kosciusko cotton mills. The superintendent objected to my photographing them." Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

November 1913. Kosciusko, Mississippi. "One of the workers (not the youngest) in the Kosciusko cotton mills. The superintendent objected to my photographing them." Photo and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

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