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A visit to Natchez, the jewel of the Mississippi River, will truly feel like coming home. With genuine Southern hospitality and over 300 years of fascinating history, fabulous food, & rich, diverse culture, Natchez is a premier travel destination like no other.
At Natchez Shooting & Outdoors, we offer a wide variety of reloading supplies, from brass cartridges powder and primers to presses, scales and measures and reloading accessories. We stock products from top brands, such as Hodgdon, Alliant, IMR, Accurate, Hornady, Speer, Sierra, Nossler, Barnes and Berger — all available in our online shop!
A Great Experience in Natchez. This museum does a great job of highlighting the history of the African American experience in Natchez, going back to the period before Mississippi was a part of the United States. There are a number of displays along with artifacts that range from household items to popular culture.
Natchez is approximately 90 miles (140 km) southwest of Jackson, the capital of Mississippi, which is located in the central part of the state. It is approximately 85 miles (137 km) north of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, located on the lower Mississippi River. Natchez is the 25th-largest city in the state. 
NATCHEZ — Saturday, Jan. 28, is the “world premiere” of a new play at Natchez Little Theatre, written by local author and journalist, G. Mark LaFrancis, “It’s the world premiere, as I ...
Natchez may be the oldest city on the Mississippi but we also have the brightest future! Natchez is a walkable, vibrant, and beautiful historic city, where preservation and progress go hand in hand. Today's Natchez is affordable, livable, and especially attractive to those with an entrepreneurial spirit. We enjoy our reputation as a friendly, welcoming town that offers inclusion and community, where “Y’all means all!”.
Natchez, the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River, has more antebellum houses than any other place in the United States. Many of these historic homes are open for tours. The friendly local people welcome visitors to their historic city with warm Southern charm. Tour the homes, the Grand Village of the Natchez and the Natchez Museum of African American History and Culture.
Situated directly on the iconic Mississippi River, Natchez is one of the southeastern USA’s hidden gems. More than 1,000 structures in this Mississippi city are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including homes dating to the late 1700s. They help preserve the city’s storied past, while cutting-edge cuisine and a lively social calendar offer year-round activities for modern travelers.
The Natchez settled mostly along the Hiwassee River in North Carolina. The main Natchez town, dating to about 1755, was located near present-day Murphy, North Carolina. Around 1740 a small group of Natchez refugees settled along a creek near the confluence of the Tellico River and the Little Tennessee River. The creek became known as Notchy Creek after the Natchez.