Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Singing River of Pascagoula, Mississppi

Many years ago, a tribe of Native Americans used to dwell along the Gulf of Mexico.  They were the Pascagoula tribe who dwelled along the banks of a river in what is now south eastern Mississippi.  The river is now called the Pascagoula River, named after the tribe who vanished into extinction in it's waters long ago in the early 1800s.   Read the full story>>

Read the story of the singing river, the legacy left by the Pascagoula tribe of south eastern Mississippi.