Up on a Crippled Creek 

A firsthand look at Memphis’ most ravaged urban waterway — Nonconnah Creek.

The oldest evidence of human activity in Memphis — a spearhead designed to slice through a mastodon's thick hide — was discarded at Nonconnah Creek 13,000 years ago, behind what is now the Sam's Club on Winchester. The rain of litter on…

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