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Rose Hill Cemetery

601-482-2624, 3509 50th St. Open Daily

Historic cemetery contains monuments to John Ball and Lewis Ragsdale, the graves of the King and Queen of the Gypsies and Confederate dead.

Natchez

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800-647-6724, 601-446-6345; 640 S Canal St, 39120. Open M-F 8-5

The Briars

800-634-1818; 31 Irving Ln. Open M-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4. $

c. 1814 Antebellum house was the wedding site for Jeff Davis and Varina Howell in 1845.

601-442-2901

December

Civil War reenactment and music.

Historic Natchez Pageant

800-647-6742

March-April

M, W, F and Sat. nights during the Spring Pilgrimage Confederate Pageant; presented by local performers in elaborate costumes depicting scenes of the Old South.

Natchez in Historic Photographs

800-647-6724; 405 S State St. Open M-Sat. 10-5

Over 300 photographs telling the story of a small Southern river town from the Civil War era to WWII.

Natchez National Cemetery

800-647-6724, 41 Cemetery Rd. Open daily.

Burial site for approximately 3,000 Union soldiers and famous citizens of historic Natchez.

Newton

www.ci.newton.ms.us e-mail: newtonmscc@aol.com

601-683-2201; PO Box 301, 39345. Open M-F 9-5

Doolittle Confederate Cemetery

601-683-2201; Hwy 80.

100 Unknown soldiers are buried here.

Okolona

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662-447-5913; PO Box 446, 38860. Open M-F 9-3:30

Okolona Confederate Soldier's Cemetery

662-447-5913; Church St. Open daylight hours only.

Soldiers, who died in Civil War Battles of Okolona, Baldwyn, Corinth, Shiloh, were laid to rest here.

Civil War Battle of Okolona Sites

662-447-5913; Hwy 41 N. Open daylight hours only.

Identified and marked sites of the battle that took place on February 22, 1864.

Pontotoc

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662-489-5042; 81 S Main St. PO Box 530, 38863. Open M-F 8:30-4:30.

Pontotoc CO Historical Driving Tour

662-488-0388

Follow trails of the ancient Chickasaws, Hernando DeSoto, Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett and at least five invading armies. Maps available

Town Square Antique Post Office

662-489-5042; 50 S Main St. Open M-F 12:30-5

Historical mural and many other Pontotoc CO historical artifacts from ancient Chickasaws to the Civil War.

Quitman

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Once faced with changing environmental conditions—such as brought along by climate change—populations have basically three different means to respond. First, they can stay adapted by changing their genetic constitution through the process of evolution. Given that adaptation to local conditions is common, this is expected to occur regularly as long as sufficient time is available. Second, they can respond by phenotypic plasticity, which refers to genotypes’ ability to express different phenotypes depending on the prevailing environmental conditions. Third, a population facing maladaptation in the altered conditions may migrate or move to a different location where the conditions are similar to those preceding the environmental change.

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