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Marker honors 200-year-old black church in Mississippi —

A new historical marker is honoring the oldest continuously operating African American church in Mississippi. Members of St. Peter Baptist Church in Pascagoula gathered Saturday to celebrate the unveiling of a marker that was placed by the Mississippi Department of … Continue reading

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Camp Clinton POW Camp, Clinton- Mississippi Mondays October 28, 2019

I saw this on the Mississippi Encyclopedia page – https://mississippiencyclopedia.org/entries/world-war-ii-prisoner-of-war-camps/, but I had seen it mentioned several times before as I researched POW camps in Mississippi. I want to thank Mike Allard of MDAH for making the entry. I previously … Continue reading

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Deer Island, Biloxi – Mississippi Mondays August 19, 2019

I posted this YouTube video earlier – The Best Places to Visit in Mississippi, USA – YouTube Video which included #5 Deer Island – The Best Places to Visit in Mississippi,USA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhSYZev-8H0 (around 15:40 minutes long). Official Website: No official … Continue reading

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Grand Village of the Natchez Indians – Mississippi Mondays August 12, 2019

I checked out Mississippi Museums, specifically History Museums, for this week’s Mississippi Mondays post – http://mississippimuseums.org/grand-village-of-the-natchez-indians/. Official Website: https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/mounds/gra.htm https://web.archive.org/web/20160201234311/http://mdah.state.ms.us/new/visit/grand-village-of-natchez-indians/ (link on NPS website is broken, but found a number of entries on the Wayback Machine). MDAH link: http://www.mdah.ms.gov/new/visit/grand-village-of-natchez-indians/ Additional … Continue reading

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MDAH Digitized Newspapers Available Online – posted July 26, 2019

I missed this the other day, but I was checking the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) website today as part of Mississippi Mondays and noticed – Digitized Newspapers Available Online – posted July 26, 2019: http://www.mdah.ms.gov/new/news/digitized-mississippi-newspapers-available-online/. Researchers from … Continue reading

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Old Mississippi State Capitol – Mississippi Mondays February 4, 2019

Old Mississippi State Capitol: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Mississippi_State_Capitol. Also see http://www.oldcapitolmuseum.com/. Here’s their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OldCapitolMuseumMS/?ref=br_rs. Museum Schedule: Admission to the Old Capitol is free. Please call ahead to schedule tours for groups of ten or more.   Tuesday–Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Sunday … Continue reading

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Pearl Harbor – Lest We Forget

This post is to honor those who died or were injured at Pearl Harbor 07 December 1941. Photo of U.S.S. Arizona wreckage from Library of Congress Photo Archives – http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/oem2002010955/PP Below are several links to lists of… View Post

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Pearl Harbor – Lest We Forget

This post is to honor those who died or were injured at Pearl Harbor 07 December 1941. Photo of U.S.S. Arizona wreckage from Library of Congress Photo Archives – U.S. S. Arizona http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/oem2002010955/PP In honor of the U.S.S. Arizona band … Continue reading

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