Natchez Trace Parkway By Kristi Carter Smith, Joel Anderson, 2004

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Maintained by the U.S. National Park Service, the Natchez Trace Parkway is American history preserved to last an eternity. The Parkway is a 444-mile road and scenic drive that takes travelers through three different states. The Parkway follows the Old Natchez Trace, a historic travel corridor used by American Indians, European Settlers, slave traders, soldiers, and wilderness pioneers. To celebrate the trace and its terminus here in Nashville, Anderson Design Group rendered vintage travel poster art of the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge in Franklin. Available as a vintage poster, framed Nashville art print, canvas banner, retro metal sign, notecard, or postcard, this Spirit of Nashville artwork looks fantastic as a home decor or office decor piece. To learn more about the Natchez Trace and conservation efforts taken to protect it, visit the website for the National Park Service.

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