Museum of the Mississippi Delta – Greenwood — My Delta World

The Museum of the Mississippi Delta collects, documents and interprets the history, culture and natural history of the Mississippi Delta. Years ago this museum was known as Cottonlandia, but was changed to have a greater coverage of the entire region and people. The Museum of the Mississippi Delta offers visitors a little bit of everything […]

via Museum of the Mississippi Delta – Greenwood — My Delta World.

I had this museum as a Missisippi Mondays post last month, but thought the photos Cliff took added a personal touch.

 

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5 Responses to Museum of the Mississippi Delta – Greenwood — My Delta World

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Looks like a neat museum

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    • Yes, it does. When I do museums, it can be hit or miss. I did one on a barbed wire museum and my friend at the genealogy society had been to it and said it was a lot more interesting than I thought it would be.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        I remember learning about barbed wire museums from you!

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      • The funny thing is I didn’t know about the museum until I started doing the 3 state weekly themes I do. I sometimes check out some of the other states on the various sites I use and come up with some interesting, weird, or funny places along the way. Haven’t been to Lucas, Kansas, but it’s the oddball capital of Kansas. One day I should ask for people to give me their choices for the most unusual place in each U. S. state and territory as well as around the world.

        Some of my choices for non-U.S. were because I saw a visitor from the country and went looking for tourist attractions in their country. For as different as the countries and cultures can be, they are many similarities in museums and tourist attractions.

        In Helsinki, I went down to the port area and they had a market that was put up and taken down every day, offering food, clothes, and other things you might find in a local market in the U. S. Most were family run and the amount of items was impressive. I didn’t have the money, but I could have purchased a reindeer hide as in many places, reindeer were used in place of cows.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        You are by far an interesting man sir in a good way

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