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Traveler Ian Wright goes trekking in the Great Smokey Mountains, before driving south to Atlanta, Georgia. He then catches the bus to Tuskegee, Alabama and the idyllic beaches of the Gulf shores. He travels down Highway 61 through Vicksburg and Clarksdale, before ending his journey in Memphis, Tennesee.
Age group: Senior 10-12.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Title from: Title details screen (viewed on July 10, 2006).
Ian Wright, traveller.
Originally broadcast as an episode of the television program Globe trekker.
Runtime: 51 min.
Also available on DVD and VHS.
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