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Downtown Vicksburg
Vicksburg, Mississippi

The town of Vicksburg survived the Civil War mostly intact, and it recovered its position as the regional commercial and transportation center. It is now a small but interesting city with remnants of former glory, depending mostly on tourism to the battlefield, casinos, and riverboat excursions.

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A steep hill leads down to the riverfront in Vicksburg

A steep hill leads down to the riverfront in Vicksburg

Several steep streets lead from downtown Vicksburg to Levee Street on the river. This one ends at the old Mississippi Valley and Yazoo Railroad depot.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 8, 2015
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City Hall and the Corps of Engineers in Vicksburg

City Hall and the Corps of Engineers in Vicksburg

The beautiful city hall building, red brick Corps of Army Engineers office, and St Paul Catholic Church at Crawford and Walnut Streets in Vicksburg.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 8, 2015
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The old Strand Theater in Vicksburg

The old Strand Theater in Vicksburg

The Strand Theater, a private club, a parking garage, and two big old hotels on Main Street in Vicksburg.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 8, 2015
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Biedenharn Candy Co in Vicksburg

Biedenharn Candy Co in Vicksburg

Vicksburg's Biedenharn Candy Co was where Coca Cola was first bottled for sale.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 8, 2015
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Inside the Biedenharn Candy Co

Inside the Biedenharn Candy Co

There is a Coca Cola Museum in the Biedenharn Candy Co building in Vicksburg.

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 8, 2015
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