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The Pasacagoula were an indigenous group living in coastal Mississippi on the Pascagoula ... The legend connects the sound with the mysterious extinction of the Pascagoula Tribe of Indians. Anola, a...

Legend of the Singing River - Postal Museum - Smithsonian

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The Pascagoula River runs through modern day Pascagoula, Mississippi located ... Thompson captures the image of Indians with their hands in the air as if they ...

PASCAGOULA INDIANS | The Handbook of Texas Online| Texas ...

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Most of the Pascagoula Indians in Texas probably accompanied the Biloxis to ... John R. Swanton, Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent ...

Pascagoula Language and the Pascagoula Indian Tribe

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The Pascagoula Indians were a Siouan tribe of Mississippi and Alabama, allies of the Biloxi. Their language was never properly recorded, but may have been ...

History of Pascagoula | City of Pascagoula

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Interestingly, because of her maritime success, Pascagoula is still a gathering place of nations as they come here to trade, build or buy ships. She is Mississippi's ...

City of Gautier » Our History

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The Pascagoula Indians were a peaceful, gentle and content people while their ... Gautier is one of only a handful of cities in Mississippi to have this form of ...

Legend of the Pascagoula | The Last of the Pascagoula

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For as long as anyone can remember, children in Pascagoula, Mississippi have ... the sound with the mysterious extinction of the Pascagoula Tribe of Indians.

Singing River | Haunted Places | Pascagoula, MS

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Legend states that the Pascagoula River was the site of a mass suicide by the Pascagoula Indian tribe. Facing enslavement and slaughter from a pending battle ...

Mississippi's Singing River - The Mysterious Song of the Pascagoula

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Mar 17, 2014 ... The Pascagoula - Mississippi's "Singing River" ... The river takes its name from the Pascagoula Indians, a tribe with with a name that translates ...

Singing River Indians 1939 mural returns to Pascagoula post office ...

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Jul 11, 2010 ... If you have been to the Pascagoula post office on Jackson Avenue lately, ... In Mississippi, artwork created under the Treasury Program can be ...

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Pascagoula Tribe - Access Genealogy

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Jul 9, 2011 ... A small tribe of Indians formerly living on Pascagoula river in south Mississippi, in intimate connection with the Biloxi, but now extinct as a ...

The Pascagoula - Mississippi's Singing River

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Mar 16, 2014 ... The Pascagoula River on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is famed as the singing ... Some say the song is caused by the ghosts of American Indians ...

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