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The Delta Cultural Center was established for the sole purpose of preserving the culture and heritage of the Arkansas Delta. Through exhibits, educational programs, and other events, the museum attempts to interpret the history of the Delta. The center is composed of three buildings, each housing its own exhibit; the Visitors Center, the Train Depot, and the Moore-Hornor House. The Visitors Center is house to expositions of Delta music, which includes the King Biscuit Blues Festival. Meanwhile, the Train Depot is considered a house to several exhibits including the American Civil War, the Battle of Helena, the Union Occupation, the history of the Mississippi River, the Great Mississippi Flood, and some exhibits on agriculture and the Native American History. Finally, the Moore-Hornor House, which is a Greek Revival and Italian style building is home to living history and archaeology exhibits.
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