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— dave.

FLORIDA BLUES — Johnny Hines 3AM Sunday Morning, on University Ave., in front of the Great Southern Music Hall in  Gainesville, Florida.

The Crossroads

— OriginalNoise.Org

Clarksdale, Mississippi

Robert Johnson

Deal With The Devil

Muddy Waters

Eric Clapton


The Mississippi River

Ani Difranco Narration (PBS)

The Last of The Mississippi Jukes (19
Bilbo’s (Mississippi Juke Joint) Guitar
Poor Monkey (Mississippi Juke Joint)
“Blues Boogie Jam”  b/ John Lee Hooker
July 18, 1986 — San Francisco, California
@ The Fillmore Auditorium
John Lee Hooker
Carlos Santana
Elvin Bishop
Etta James 
Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com

Ladell McLin (French) — Back to The Blues
Chicago to New Orleans

New Orleans Moon

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The Red River

Cross That River
1851 — Louisiana Cotton Plantation
Blue Was Angry”  b/ Allan Harris


Emancipation Day
Freedom Day
Jubilee Day
Liberation Day

Juneteenth  is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. Originating in Galveston, Texas, it is now celebrated annually on the 19th of June throughout the United States, with varying official recognition. The Day is commemorated on the anniversary (June 19, 1865) of the announcement by Union Army general Gordon Granger, proclaiming freedom from slavery in Texas.

Natchez, Mississippi

Port Gibson, Mississippi

Vicksburg, Mississippi

Lake Providence, Louisiana

Clarksdale, Mississippi
Little Rock (west)
Pine Bluff (west)
Hot Springs (west)
Tupelo (east)

Memphis, Tennessee
Nashville (east)
Mark Twain National Forest (west)

St. Louis, Missouri 
Kansas City, Missouri (west)
Indianapolis, Indiana (east)

Davenport, Iowa
Iowa City (west)
Cedar Rapids (north of Iowa City)
Des Moines (west)

Dubuque, Iowa

Marquette, Wisconsin

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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