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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

19th Century Travel

19th Century Travel

A few segments remain. The Natchez Trace was the method of travel for some, connecting Nashville, Tn to Natchez, MS. Officially established by Congress in the year 1800 as a national route, Andrew Jackson and his troops marched through here and back for the war of 1812.

This segment is still available for visit in Nashville at Warner Park. All of the trail through the park is still available for walking, although this specific segment is not on a trail map and is less travelled. It ends at a closed-for-decades street at the 200 year old Devon Farm.

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