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Center of the Blues Universe
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Display of memorabilia and artifacts relating to black history with focus on religion and education.
The Blackhawk-Hills Community Association structure was built in 1966 as a co-op for local farmers. It played a significant role, however, in the civil rights movement as it came to be used for secret civil rights meetings.
The Blackhawk-Hills Community Association structure was built in 1966 as a co-op for local farmers. It played a significant role, however, in the Civil Rights movement as it came to be used for secret Civil Rights meetings. It is located south of Carrollton in the Black Hawk community.
c. 1873. Christian liberal arts undergraduate institution supported by the Mississippi Baptist Convention.
Cattle ranch with authentic western town & more
With over 60,000 sound recordings, in most audio formats; over 20,000 photographs; more than 1,000 videos; over 6,000 books, periodicals and newsletters; and numerous manuscripts and ephemera, the Blues Archive houses one of the largest collections of blues recordings, publications, and memorabilia in the world. Important collections include B. B. King's personal record collection, the Jim O'Neal and Amy van Singel/Living Blues Collection, the Trumpet Records Collection, the Sheldon Harris Collection, the John Richbourg Collection, and the Percy Mayfield collection.
Performance venue and Restaurant
Bo Diddley Blues Marker unveiled November 2007 in historic downtown McComb.
Featuring original handcrafted pottery, jewelry and art of regional Mississippi artists. Bodine Pottery is a must stop for the art lover.
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