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Aerial view of the industrial complex located along the Mississippi River at the Natchez-Adams County Port

Aerial view of the industrial complex located along the Mississippi River at the Natchez-Adams County Port

Chandler Russ is the Executive Director of Natchez Inc., the city's economic development entity

Chandler Russ is the Executive Director of Natchez Inc., the city's economic development entity

BEALE, BLUES, & BARBECUE:  The Origins of Memphis in May by UM Media Documentary Projects. A profile of Natchez native Lyman Aldrich, whose leadership helped make Memphis in May into the internationally known economic development engine that it is today.  A film by Rex Jones.

BEALE, BLUES, & BARBECUE: The Origins of Memphis in May by UM Media Documentary Projects. A profile of Natchez native Lyman Aldrich, whose leadership helped make Memphis in May into the internationally known economic development engine that it is today. A film by Rex Jones.

Warehouse and loading dock for ease of river shipping at Natchez-Adams County Port facility

Warehouse and loading dock for ease of river shipping at Natchez-Adams County Port facility

Map showing strategic position of Natchez to major markets

Map showing strategic position of Natchez to major markets

Kevin Diesen of Elevance, an alternative fuels development company located at the Natchez-Adams County industrial complex

Kevin Diesen of Elevance, an alternative fuels development company located at the Natchez-Adams County industrial complex

Shortly after French settlers joined the Natchez Indians on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, they brought people from western Africa as slaves to provide labor for development. These members of the Bambara tribe — whose name means "those who accept no master" — were the first Africans in what would become the State of Mississippi. Known for their abilities to cultivate the earth, the Bambarans contributed greatly to the economic growth of the region and the nation.

Shortly after French settlers joined the Natchez Indians on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, they brought people from western Africa as slaves to provide labor for development. These members of the Bambara tribe — whose name means "those who accept no master" — were the first Africans in what would become the State of Mississippi. Known for their abilities to cultivate the earth, the Bambarans contributed greatly to the economic growth of the region and the nation.

My Representing Elected Officials in my districts

My Representing Elected Officials in my districts

Very cool, old-school picture! a bit scary . that is Caroline next to her Dad.

Very cool, old-school picture! a bit scary . that is Caroline next to her Dad.

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