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A Blade of Grass Caught at the 1790 Wall

A Blade of Grass Caught at the 1790 Wall

This water feature, entitled “The Stream of American History,” is part of the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center. The water feature uses symbolism to represent the history of the United States, in relationship to the Civil War. These weirs are part of the 1790 wall, at the rear of the Liberty Pool. The 1790 wall symbolizes the year that the last of the original thirteen colonies ratified the Constitution. In this photograph, there is a blade of grass caught behind the weirs.
Galleries: Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center
Keywords: 1790 wall, blade of grass, corinth, corinth civil war interpretive center, liberty pool, mississippi, stream of american history, symbolism, water feature, weir
Photo Location: Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center, Corinth, Mississippi
Photographer: Nathan Wolkenhauer
Date of Photo: 10/29/2011
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure Time: 0.0002
F Number: 2.8
Original Dimensions: 5616×3744
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 34°56'14.50"N 88°31'48.06"W
Picture Number: 21036