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About Memphis
The sounds and tastes of the American Mid-South are literally those of Memphis, Tennessee. Home to Graceland as well as a number of historic recording studios, Memphis is arguably even the source of America's most distinct forms of music, with the blues, rock n' roll, sharecropper country, and gospel styles all either originating in part or whole on its streets. Since its founding in 1819, when a party led by, among others, Andrew Jackson began to lay out the city's streets on a bluff that overlooks the Mississippi River just south of where it and the Wolf River converge, Memphis has actually been at the crossroads of a number of significant events. Then, as now, a major railroad and river shipping hub, the city was a stronghold of the Confederacy until being captured by a squadron of Union ironclad gunboats after the Naval Battle of Memphis in 1862. Though slow to grow again after the Civil War for a variety of reasons, the city once again became a nexus of travel and trade throughout the 20th Century, with several major businesses in the transportation and shipping industries using it as a base of operations even today. The way in which many cultures have melded together in its neighborhoods may ultimately be Memphis' greatest asset, however, as its numerous art, music, and street fairs, including the Beale Street Music Festival, Carnival Memphis, and the Cooper-Young Festival, are events that make life especially enjoyable for the city's 663,000 residents. Likewise, with an overall metropolitan population of 1,366,100, greater Memphis also benefits from relatively close proximity to breathtaking natural sights like those found in the Holly Springs National Forest to the southeast and the largely untouched Ozark Mountain chain, with its various lakes and streams, to the west. Nestled in the cultural and geographic center of the United States, Memphis is therefore an ideal location for anyone who conducts business yet also wants to enjoy all the Mid-South and Midwest have to offer.

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  • The sounds and tastes of the American Mid-South are literally those of Memphis, Tennessee. Home to Graceland as well as a number of historic recording studios, Memphis is arguably even the source of America's most distinct forms of music, with the blues, rock n' roll, sharecropper country, and gospel styles all either originating in part or whole on its streets. Since its founding in 1819, when a party led by, among others, Andrew Jackson began to lay out the city's streets on a bluff that overlooks the Mississippi River just south of where it and the Wolf River converge, Memphis has actually been at the crossroads of a number of significant events. Then, as now, a major railroad and river shipping hub, the city was a stronghold of the Confederacy until being captured by a squadron of Union ironclad gunboats after the Naval Battle of Memphis in 1862. Though slow to grow again after the Civil War for a variety of reasons, the city once again became a nexus of travel and trade throughout the 20th Century, with several major businesses in the transportation and shipping industries using it as a base of operations even today. The way in which many cultures have melded together in its neighborhoods may ultimately be Memphis' greatest asset, however, as its numerous art, music, and street fairs, including the Beale Street Music Festival, Carnival Memphis, and the Cooper-Young Festival, are events that make life especially enjoyable for the city's 663,000 residents. Likewise, with an overall metropolitan population of 1,366,100, greater Memphis also benefits from relatively close proximity to breathtaking natural sights like those found in the Holly Springs National Forest to the southeast and the largely untouched Ozark Mountain chain, with its various lakes and streams, to the west. Nestled in the cultural and geographic center of the United States, Memphis is therefore an ideal location for anyone who conducts business yet also wants to enjoy all the Mid-South and Midwest have to offer.
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