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Stanton, Elizabeth Brandon
Sidelights on the picturesque and romantic history of ye old Natchez trace of the mysterious Natchez; the 20th century highway 61 of the U.S.; prehistoric-aboriginal-colonial-territorial state highways, traversing the South and the length and breadth of the great state of Mississippi diagonally ... Copyright ... by Elizabeth Brandon Stanton
Alternate Title Ye old Natchez trace
[Natchez, Miss.] 1934
Location Call Number Status
 Henry Ford Estate  Contact Mark Heppner mheppner@fordhouse.org    ON SITE USE ONLY
Subject Natchez Trace
Subject(s) Natchez Indians
Subject Mississippi -- Description and travel
Subject(s) Indian trails
Physical Description 24 p. incl. 1 illus., port. 29 cm
Note Portrait on cover with letterpress: Chief Natchee, son of the sun, of the lost tribe of the mysterious Natchez
ACCESS: Must be used on site, prior notice required ; contact Mark Heppner mheppner@fordhouse.org
LOCATION: CRC1Box 52
FMCA accession no. 13
CONDITION: Poor; pamphlet; water damage
Series Henry Ford Estate collection

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