The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile roadway that winds through Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee and tells the stories of Native American Choctaw, and Chickasaw, as well as "Kaintuck"--boatmen who floated merchandise down rivers and spent days walking home after dismantling their boats.
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Fact Sheet Great American Outdoors Act Success Stories The Great American Outdoors Act is providing crucial funding – up to $6.65 billion over five years – to fix our national parks’ crumbling roads, decaying buildings, outdated water systems and many more repair needs. This bill, along with other funding sources, is ensuring our parks can continue to welcome millions of visitors each year and protect the natural and cultural resources that tell our nation’s history.