This is most especially among those people who are living in the concrete jungle in the city. They also want to experience new things which include different cultures to understand them better. They want to take part in something that is foreign to them for an experience. As such, causing destruction on both culture and the natural surroundings, whether intentional or unintentional is something unacceptable. In fact, it is a silent understanding that it is the responsibility of the people, especially the citizens in that area, to protect the culture and the natural environment they have against destruction. In that way, they can have them preserved for the generations to come.
“The site that is sacred to American Indians is affected”
Museum of Native American History in Mississippi
The population of the Mississippian Period surpassed that of other parts of the world, and some towns ranged from modest farmsteads to enormous villages and ceremonial centers. The large-scale cultivation of vegetables like corn, beans, squash, and sunflowers coincided with the apex of agriculture. For defense against raiding groups, village centers had constructed walls, and…
In central Georgia, a group of newcomers made their way there around 900 CE. They drove out the local Woodland culture and established several settlements. Archaeologists refer to these people as Mississippians since it is believed that the Mississippi River Valley is where their way of life first developed. On the Macon Plateau, close to…
Big River Customs: Mississippian Folklife
A sternwheel riverboat gliding down the Mississippi River is among the stereotypes of Louisiana that are most frequently used. Since the 1930s, these ships have not been a practical means of trade and transportation; they now only serve the tourism sector. However, even in those somewhat fictitious circumstances, they maintain a vast body of tradition….
Here Are 11 Weird Traditions From Mississippi That You’ll Understand.
Like cornbread and collard greens, the South and tradition go hand in hand. Therefore, it should go without saying that Mississippi is complete with rituals and practices that may be unfamiliar to those from other cultures. Here are 11 excellent illustrations. 1. Ringin’ Cowbells Mississippi State University has secured a place in the Guinness Book…