I.C. Levy’s was founded by I.C. Levy in 1858, and was located in this building from 1879 until 1970.
Tutwiler is home to the Funeral Home where Emmett Till’s body was prepared, before his body was sent back to Chicago.
This is the spot on the Tallahatchie River where Emmett Till’s body was discovered, after his murder in 1955.
Glendora’s mill played an important role in the murder of Emmett Till in 1955.
This is Bryant Grocery, site of the murder of Emmett Till and arguably the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement.
Highway 61 is better known as the Blues Highway, running straight through the Mississippi Delta.
The Nesbitt House is a grand Queen Anne Victorian house in Byhalia, Mississippi.
The Sharp House was built around 1899 and is an early example of the Craftsman style in Byhalia.
Originally known as Bryant House, this Greek Revival home was better known as Graceland Too, the roadside Elvis attraction of the late Paul MacLeod.
The Boling-Gatewood House, built in 1860 by famed local architect Spires Boling, is known today as the Ida B. Wells-Barnett Museum.