Tourism and travel

Blues Traveling: The Holy Sites of Delta Blues, Third Edition

Blues Traveling: The Holy Sites of Delta Blues

Canoeing Louisiana

Canoeing Mississippi

Civil War Mississippi: A Guide

Dixie Before Disney: 100 Years of Roadside Fun

Exploring Coastal Mississippi: A Guide to the Marine Waters and Islands

Florida's Miracle Strip: From Redneck Riviera to Emerald Coast

The French Quarter of New Orleans

Gettysburg: Sentinels of Stone

Great Houses of Mississippi

Haunted Places in the American South

Hiking Mississippi: A Guide to Trails and Natural Areas

Horn of Plenty: Seasons in an Island Wilderness

The Land of the Smokies: Great Mountain Memories

Louisiana Dayride: Fifty-two Short Trips from New Orleans

Louisiana Voyages: The Travel Writings of Catharine Cole

Lucky Dogs: From Bourbon Street to Beijing and Beyond

Made in Mexico: Tradition, Tourism, and Political Ferment in Oaxaca

Mississippi: The WPA Guide to the Magnolia State

Native American Place Names in Mississippi

New Delta Rising

On Island Time: Kayaking the Caribbean

Paddling the Pascagoula

Preserving the Pascagoula

Resisting Paradise: Tourism, Diaspora, and Sexuality in Caribbean Culture

Resorting to Casinos: The Mississippi Gambling Industry

Richard Wright's Travel Writings: New Reflections

Sombreros and Motorcycles in a Newer South: The Politics of Aesthetics in South Carolina's Tourism Industry

Strawberry Plains Audubon Center: Four Centuries of a Mississippi Landscape

Studying and Living in Britain

TABASCO®: An Illustrated History

Three Years in Wonderland: The Disney Brothers, C. V. Wood, and the Making of the Great American Theme Park

Touring Literary Mississippi

Tracks

Vicksburg: Sentinels of Stone

Wildflowers of Mississippi

Wildflowers of the Natchez Trace

With Signs Following: Photographs from the Southern Religious Roadside

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Diwali: Hindu Festival of Lights

The following is an excerpt from A YEAR IN MISSISSIPPI edited by Charline R. McCord and Judy H. Tucker Diwali: Hindu Festival of Lights Seetha Srinivasan In November 2003 President George W. Bush inaugurated the tradition of marking at the White House Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, with the aim of respecting the faiths of all U.S. citizens while also acknowledging the

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