On Casino Strip Resort Boulevard, 2.3 miles west of Fitzgeralds Boulevard, on the right when traveling west.
Abbay & Leatherman, one of the oldest and largest cotton plantations in the Delta, is known to music enthusiasts worldwide as the boyhood home of blues icon Robert Johnson (c. 1912-1938). Johnson lived here with his family in a tenant shack by the . . . — — Map (db m174079) HM
On Old U.S. 61, 0.8 miles south of Evansville Road, on the right when traveling south. Reported damaged.
There are currently two mounds located at the Beaverdam site, though there may originally have been more. Mound A has eroded over time and is now 11 feet tall. Early 20th-century accounts describe it as rectangular in shape with a two-tiered . . . — — Map (db m116174) HM
On Austin Road, 0.2 miles west of Old U.S. 61, on the left when traveling west.
Located on the eastern bank of the Beaverdam Lake, the Evansville site originally had at least four earthen mounds. Today, only Mounds A and B remain. When first recorded, Mound A had a two-tiered platform—the west side was roughly 18 feet . . . — — Map (db m116171) HM
On Indian Mound Road, 1.5 miles west of Old U.S. 61, on the right when traveling west.
Hollywood Mounds originally consisted of a large platform mound surrounded by a series of smaller mounds. At 20 feet in height, Mound A is the site's central feature and was once enclosed on three sides by connected mounds forming an embankment. . . . — — Map (db m116166) HM
Long before casinos brought legalized gambling and big-name entertainment to Tunica, African American entrepreneur Harold "Hardface" Clanton (1916~1982) ran a flourishing operation here that offered games of chance, bootleg liquor, and the best in . . . — — Map (db m51763) HM
On Bonnie Blue Road at U.S. 61 on Bonnie Blue Road.
James Cotton, one of the world’s most popular and dynamic blues harmonica players, was born just east of this site on the Bonnie Blue plantation on July 1, 1935. Cotton apprenticed with harmonica master Sonny Boy Williamson No. 2 (Rice Miller) in . . . — — Map (db m51770) HM
On Old U.S. 61, 0.5 miles south of Hollywood Road, on the right when traveling south.
The Johnson Cemetery site currently consists of a single mound and associated village, but may originally have had a second mound. The existing mound is 12 feet high in height and was most likely pyramidal in shape, though its dimensions have . . . — — Map (db m116168) HM
In honor of Veterans of all Branches of the Military: those who made the supreme sacrifice, those honorably discharged and those who continue to serve their country, this unique Sculpture captures a poignant scene from the Vietnam War depicting the . . . — — Map (db m51764) WM
On Kirby Road at U.S. 61, on the left when traveling north on Kirby Road.
U.S. Highway 61, known as the "blues highway," rivals Route 66 as the most famous road in American music lore. Dozens of blues artists have recorded songs about Highway 61, including Mississippians Sunnyland Slim, James “Son” . . . — — Map (db m68076) HM
On Old Commerce Road east of Old Highway 61, on the left when traveling east.
The Hollywood Café, both at this site and its original location in Hollywood, Mississippi, earned fame as a Delta dining institution but has also shared in the area's musical history. Pianist Muriel Wilkins performed here for years, and she and the . . . — — Map (db m174082) HM