The Spirit of America's Story - the Wall

Humphreys County is proud to bring this amazing portrayal of service that makes us America. Please visit the display at the Humphreys County Fairgrounds between 10/26/17 - 10/29/17.

Our objective is to create artwork that will depict the years from 1775 to present day to honor our men and women in uniform service and to include our first responders. The wall will be 92" tall and 100 ft, long. It can also be separated into 10-foot sections to fit into smaller venues.
The artwork will reflect America’s role as she played a powerful player on the world stage.

The Spirit of America’s Story is a volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to capture and preserve the spirit, the sacrifices and rich history of the American people. We do this by honoring those men and women in uniformed service who have and are currently serving and protecting our way of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness both here and abroad. We will continue these efforts in order to educate and inspire future generations of American’s to learn and understand how important the preservation of our history and inspiration of the hearts and minds is to the American people.

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Latitude: 36.057741 Longitude: -87.78242 Elevation: 486 ft

Event Dates

10/26/2017 – 10/29/2017

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How to Get There

From I-40 take Exit 143 and turn N onto Hwy 13.  Travel approximately 15 miles and turn Left onto Little Blue Creek Rd (just past Humphreys County Co-op).  The road ends at the fairgrounds where the display is.

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