Road Trip: The Lower Mississippi Delta

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Clarksdale's crossroads, where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil to become a guitar god, many blues fans believe.
— photo: Chris Granger
Near this structure in Natchez, Miss., is the country's second-largest ceremonial Indian mound.
— photo: Chris Granger
Legendary singer Al Green has been a pastor at the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Memphis since the 1970s.
— photo: Chris Granger
Bayou Teche in Breaux Bridge, La., which claims to be the world's crawfish capital.
— photo: Chris Granger
The gorgeous 1840 Cedar Grove Mansion Inn is proud of the apple-size Union cannonball still embedded in a parlor wall.
— photo: Chris Granger
In between sets at Ground Zero Blues Club in Clarksdale, Miss., which is co-owned by actor Morgan Freeman.
— photo: Chris Granger
Cat Head, a store devoted to blues music and folk art, in Clarksdale.
— photo: Chris Granger
The cemetery at Vicksburg National Military Park.
— photo: Chris Granger

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