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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Jackson County, Mississippi

Clickable Map of Jackson County, Mississippi and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Jackson County, MS (74) George County, MS (1) Harrison County, MS (132) Stone County, MS (19) Mobile County, AL (222)  JacksonCounty(74) Jackson County (74)  GeorgeCounty(1) George County (1)  HarrisonCounty(132) Harrison County (132)  StoneCounty(19) Stone County (19)  MobileCountyAlabama(222) Mobile County (222)
Pascagoula is the county seat for Jackson County
Adjacent to Jackson County, Mississippi
      George County (1)  
      Harrison County (132)  
      Stone County (19)  
      Mobile County, Alabama (222)  
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1 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — City of Gautier
This area was not always known as Gautier. The story of the city actually began in 1699. A French expedition, led by Pierre d'Iberville and accompanied by his younger brother, Jean-Baptiste Bienville, made landfall in Mobile, Alabama and explored . . . Map (db m122547) HM
2 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Creosote Works
The West Pascagoula Creosote Works, at this site, was the first continuously operated creosote treatment plant in the nation. Established in 1874 to protect railroad bridge timbers against rot and the toredo worm, the plant was open until 1978. . . . Map (db m16726) HM
3 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Fernando Gautier and Sons Sawmill
This sawmill operated on this site from 1867 till 1906, employing more than twenty local citizens and producing more than 30,000 board feet of lumber per day at its peak. The sawmill was well situated with easy access to the river, railroad, . . . Map (db m16754) HM
4 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Gautier Beachfront Historic District
National Register of Historic Places Funded with support from the National Parks Service and the Mississippi Department of Archives and HistoryMap (db m243006) HM
5 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Gautier School
Built in 1940, the Gautier School replaced the Lyon School, built in 1918 and located 3 miles west at Hilda. The Lyon School consolidated other schools in the area, including the "Little Red Schoolhouse," built in 1890 by Walter Gautier. The "Little . . . Map (db m20045) HM
6 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Gautier War Memorial
This monument is dedicated to the men and women of the armed services of the United States of America who served and are still serving In recognition of their personal sacrifices their service to our county and their dedication to . . . Map (db m122632) WM
7 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Graveline
In 1718 this area was settled by Jean-Baptiste Baudreau dit Graveline, born 1671 in Montreal. Arrived with d'Iberville at Fort Maurepas aboard the Renommée Jan 8, 1700. Prominent colonist~adventurer~merchant.Map (db m81089) HM
8 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Graveline Bayou Indian Mound
The nearby earthen mound was built by prehistoric Indians during the Late Woodland Period between 400 and 700 A. D. The mound's flat summit was used for ceremonial purposes. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is one of the few . . . Map (db m129007) HM
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9 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Historic Gautier Cemetery
Originally a burial site for the Gautier family, this cemetery contains the graves of Fernando Gautier and Henry Gautier (builder of Twelve Oaks). Members of the Clifford, Fayard, Fuller, LeBatard, Pelham, Peterson, Quinn, Saucier, Vaughan, and . . . Map (db m43651) HM
10 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Jennie Orrell House
Built ca. 1907 of long leaf yellow pine by Eugenie Orrell (1850-1932), daughter of Alfred and Ann Lewis, owners of Oldfields Plantation. The old Louisville and Nashville Railroad depot was moved to this site in 1968 as a guest house. The . . . Map (db m197352) HM
11 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Labrot House Reported missing
Built ca. 1899 by S.W. and Elizabeth Henderson Labrot. Labrot was superintendent of the L&N Railroad Creosote Plant. In 1902, the Labrots sold the house to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. The style of construction, using vertical . . . Map (db m243013) HM
12 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — McRae Family Cemetery
Arriving in 1827, the McRaes were among the earliest settlers of this area and owned extensive property along the Mississippi Sound. This cemetery is the burial place of family patriarch John McRae, who died in l835. His sons Colin, John J., . . . Map (db m197403) HM
13 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — New Era Missionary Baptist Church
Organized ca. 1886, this African American church is the oldest continuous congregation in Gautier. Twice destroyed by fire, the church was rebuilt at its present site in 1893. The New Era Missionary Baptist Church choir sang at the 1936 inauguration . . . Map (db m16518) HM
14 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Saint Pierre's Episcopal Church
Saint Pierre's Episcopal Church was organized in 1921 by Bishop Theodore DuBose Bratton, the third Bishop of Mississippi. In 1992 the congregation constructed a new sanctuary at this location under the leadership of Rev. Harold Martin. The original . . . Map (db m131646) HM
15 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — The Alfred E. Lewis House“Oldfields”
Located on a French colonial land grant to Jean-Baptiste Baudreau dit Graveline, the Greek Revival house was built ca. 1845 by prominent planter, merchant, politician and Graveline descendant Col. Alfred E. Lewis, who was also a delegate to the . . . Map (db m243018) HM
16 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — The Old Place
Built c. 1867, by Fernando Upton Gautier and his wife, Theresa Fayard Gautier. The Gautiers moved to this area from Biloxi and established the F. Gautier and Sons Sawmill in 1866. The house is built from native pine cut at the sawmill, which closed . . . Map (db m16756) HM
17 Mississippi, Jackson County, Gautier — Twelve Oaks
Built ca. 1896 by Henry Gautier (1848-1921) for his second wife, Laura Canty. Henry Gautier was the eldest son of Fernando Gautier. The house is located in the Helen Moro Spanish land grant claim and was built on the site of the McRae Hotel, a . . . Map (db m43650) HM
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18 Mississippi, Jackson County, Lucedale — Salem Methodist Campground
Begun in 1826, the Salem Methodist Campground moved to this site in 1842. Meeting in October of each year, except 1863 & 1864, it is the oldest regularly held Methodist camp meeting in Mississippi.Map (db m25821) HM
19 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — Black Union Sailors Settled in Moss Point
Only now are historians recognizing the extent Black soldiers and sailors, both slave and free, played in the American Civil War of 1861-1865. After the war ended some of these men made their home in Moss Point. In the area, now surrounding . . . Map (db m102287) HM
20 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — Home Front World War II
During World War II the home front played an important role of support for the fighting men and women in addition to protecting themselves and making sacrifices of the things that were taken for granted. Rosie the Riveter became a . . . Map (db m102373) HM WM
21 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — Honoring US Merchant MarineServing Since 1775 — Created by Congress 1936 —
Dangerous missions World War II approximately 8,700 mariners were killed at sea, approximately 11,000 wounded 604 prisoners 60 died in prison camps The Merchant Marines have delivered the goods when and where needed in . . . Map (db m102381) HM
22 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — Honoring Women in the Military
Army Nurse Corps, Est. Jan. 2, 1901 Navy Nurse Corps, Est. May 13, 1908 WAAC/WAC, (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) Army, Est. May 15, 1942. July 1, 1943 The word auxiliary was dropped and merged into the WAC (Woman's Army . . . Map (db m102384) WM
23 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — Military Service Monument
In tribute to all who have served this country with honor and distinction Memorial Day May 30 1997 Msgr. P. J. Carey Assembly #0561 4th Degree Knights of ColumbusMap (db m81030) WM
24 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — 193 — Moss Point Blues — Mississippi Blues Trail —
Front The African American community of Moss Point has produced an abundance of talented musicians, including many who entertained along the Gulf Coast as well as some who traveled across the country and overseas as members of prominent . . . Map (db m102156) HM
25 Mississippi, Jackson County, Moss Point — POW (Prisoners of War)Born, Living or Credited to Jackson County — World War Two / Korean War —
World War Two Nathan Allen, Albert Broussard, Frank Dethloff, James D. Gautier, Harold Goff, James Caire, William Johnson, James Kelly, Guy Krebs, Claude Martin, Bob Sieznger, Maurice Tanner, Mitch Varcereaux, Erwin Wells, . . . Map (db m102383) WM
26 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Carter-Calloway House
Built in 1906-07 by African American William Louis Carter, this vernacular Queen Anne style house features an unusual exterior shape. It is popularly known as the "Steamboat House” because its shape suggests the outline of a ship, with a . . . Map (db m197302) HM
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27 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Charnley~Norwood House (Bon Silene)
Designed in 1890 by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan (known as the "Father of the Skyscraper") and his young draftsman, Frank Lloyd Wright, this was the vacation home of James Charnley and later Fredrick Norwood, both Chicago lumber magnates. The . . . Map (db m109201) HM
28 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Evergreen Cemetery
Established ca. 1854, Evergreen Cemetery is the first public cemetery in Ocean Springs. Known as “the resting place of the fathers and mothers," Evergreen Cemetery has accepted burials regardless of religion, race or ethnicity since . . . Map (db m197342) HM
29 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Marble Springs
Site probably used by Indians. Was most popular for medicinal properties from 1850s until 1920. Also known as 'Mineral Springs' and the best known nationally of Mississippi's many mineral spring resorts.Map (db m102206) HM
30 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Marshall Park
Marshall Park serves as a charming, picturesque oasis of shade and serenity welcoming you to the main streets of historic Ocean Springs. Planning for the Park began in 1911 as a project of the Ocean Springs Civic Federation. Charles Marshall, . . . Map (db m122679) HM
31 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center
Built in 1927 as the Ocean Springs Public School. Designed by William Nolan, the building includes panels painted by artist Walter Anderson. In 1998, the building was renamed for Mary C. O'Keefe (1893-1980), first female school superintendent in . . . Map (db m25820) HM
32 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Ocean Springs
Site of Ft. Maurepas & Old Biloxi, founded, 1699, by Iberville. Louisiana capital to 1702 & from 1719 to 1720, when capital was removed to Ft. Louis, present site of Biloxi.Map (db m243027) HM
33 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — 197 — Ocean Springs Blues — Mississippi Blues Trail —
Front Music has been an integral component of Ocean Springs’ legacy as a coastal cradle of the arts and a sponsor of festive celebrations. Notable African-American musicians born in Ocean Springs include Jaimoe (Johnnie Lee Johnson), who . . . Map (db m122355) HM
34 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — Ocean Springs World War I Memorial
In memory of the service and sacrifice of this community during the World War and Emile Ladnier killed in action November Seventh Nineteen Hundred Eighteen.Map (db m25827) HM
35 Mississippi, Jackson County, Ocean Springs — USS Tullibee (SS-248)
In Memory of the USS Tullibee (SS-248) Lost on March 26, 1944 79 Submariners Lost Tullibee began her career in the submarine force in July 1943, with her first patrol in the Western Caroline Islands. On this patrol she sank one freighter . . . Map (db m179397) HM WM
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36 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Camp Jefferson Davis
Authorized on February 22, 1848, by President James K. Polk, this camp was situated on a peninsula just south of Pascagoula called Greenwood Island. The camp grounds consisted of several buildings, including a hospital, parade ground, and . . . Map (db m102205) HM
37 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Camp Jefferson Davis - Soldiers Return From The Mexican War - 1848
After the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in February, 1848, ending the Mexican War, 80,000 US Troops returned to the US for reassignment or discharge. To alleviate the crowded port conditions of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Mobile, and St. . . . Map (db m102309) HM
38 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Camp Lawson – Military Hospital on Greenwood Island – 1848
Named in honor of Thomas Lawson, the Surgeon General of the Army, it was staffed by the Chief Medical Officer of Twiggs' Brigade, Surgeon John B. Porter, and Assistant Surgeons Glover Perin and Lyman Stone, U.S. Army. Located on the southern point . . . Map (db m102360) HM
39 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Camp Twiggs and the Military Asylum 1849-1855
Camp Twiggs was named in honor of Army General David E. Twiggs, the commanding general of the Western Division, the geographical area of the southeast U.S. in 1849. Twiggs replaced Zachary Taylor when Taylor was elected President in November, 1848. . . . Map (db m102359) HM
40 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Capt. John Grant
Tomb ½ block W. Built first RR in old S. W., 1831. Invented passing track & raised platform. Dredged "Grant's Pass" & E. branch Pascagoula R. Legislator in Miss., Ala., & La., voting for Ala. charter to N.O. & M. (L & N), 1866.Map (db m102202) HM
41 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 2 — Captain H.H. Colle House410 Live Oak Avenue — Pascagoula Historic Pathway —
The Captain H.H. Colle House is a center-hall style cottage. It dates from 1880 making it one of the oldest surviving structures from old Scranton (Pascagoula). Typical of home construction of this time period, the walls are horizontal wood boards . . . Map (db m122480) HM
42 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Clark House
Built ca. 1899, the Clark House was the home of Clara and Henry Clark. The Clark family first settled in Jackson County in 1838 and worked as wholesale grocers and ship chandlers. Constructed as a center- hall cottage, the house was later . . . Map (db m197760) HM
43 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 3 — Colle Company Housing3611 Frederic Street — Pascagoula Historic Pathway —
The Colle family acquired several tracts of land adjacent to their family home during the 1880s and 1890s for the development of rental property. The family built three houses in the immediate area – 3607, 3611, and 3615 Frederic Street. Constructed . . . Map (db m242985) HM
44 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Cottage by the Sea Tavern
Once a widely heralded destination, the Cottage by the Sea Tavern, located here, was part of a resort hotel complex built by Charles Boster in 1872. A sea captain and native of Germany, Boster served in the U.S. Navy during the Mexican War. . . . Map (db m197765) HM
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45 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 5 — DeJean House3603 Frederic Street — Pascagoula Historic Pathway —
Built in 1906 by Ambrose Linder for Valsin Pierre DeJean and his new wife, May Mundy, the DeJean house is one of the few remaining Queen Anne cottages in Pascagoula. The home features the original cast iron fence and many original interior features. . . . Map (db m122476) HM
46 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 4 — Dr. Joseph A. Tabor House520 Live Oak Avenue — Pascagoula Historic Pathway —
Built in 1905 by Dr. Joseph A. Tabor, this home is Pascagoula's finest example of a Dutch Colonial Revival Residence, a rare architectural style in South Mississippi. Dr. Tabor was born in Chicago in 1870 and relocated to New Orleans where he . . . Map (db m122479) HM
47 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Georgia P. Kinne House
Constructed as the residence of Georgia P. Kinne from portions of an earlier structure in 1899, the house once located here was apparently again remodeled and enlarged by carpenter William Ladnier following damage sustained during a . . . Map (db m197759) HM
48 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Jackson County Government
Jackson County has seen many governments. The first European settlement in the Mississippi gulf coast area was at present-day Ocean Springs in 1699. The French found the area already occupied by several American Indian tribes, with the primary . . . Map (db m117281) HM
49 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Jackson County WWII MemorialDecember 8, 1941 – August 14, 1945
In tribute to the courageous men and women of Jackson County, Mississippi, who fought in World War II for the democratic ideals which we hold so dear.Map (db m102311) WM
50 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Jimmy Buffett
James William Buffett, known to the entertainment world as Jimmy Buffett, was born in Pascagoula on December 25, 1946. He and his family lived at his location on Roosevelt Street. Jimmy spent his early years here before eventually moving to Mobile. . . . Map (db m200216) HM
51 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Krebs Cotton Gin
Invented and operated by members of pioneer Krebs family at least two decades before the Whitney gin. Family burial ground is on site of Old Spanish Fort.Map (db m102185) HM
52 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Louisiana Native Guard Attacks Pascagoula
Jackson County, being on the Confederate side during the American Civil War, suffered numerous incursions by Union forces. However, it was the one of April 9, 1863, which, although small by combat standards, had far-reaching import to Union . . . Map (db m102301) HM
53 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — MississippiThe Magnolia State
Explored, 1540-1, by De Soto. Colonized first by French, 1699. Became a colony of British, 1763; Spanish, 1779. Territory organized by U.S., 1798. Became 20th. state, 1817.Map (db m102187) HM
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54 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 191 — Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues & Heritage Festival — Mississippi Blues Trail —
Front The Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues & Heritage Festival, one of the longest running blues festivals in the Deep South, was founded in 1991 by the Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues Commission, Inc. At the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in . . . Map (db m102158) HM
55 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Navy Houses Reported missing
Pascagoula played a significant role in the national effort to win World War II. The city offered a seaport, a riverport, and a modern shipyard – the Ingalls Iron Works. As a result, the city's population grew from 6,000 to 35,000 by 1943. To handle . . . Map (db m242976) HM
56 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — 6 — Orange Avenue Historic District523 Orange Avenue — Pascagoula Historic Pathway —
The Orange Avenue Historic District includes nineteen architecturally significant structures on Orange and Live Oak Avenues and Frederic and Magnolia Streets. Five of the homes in the area are independently listed in the National Register of . . . Map (db m122478) HM
57 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Pascagoula Fire Fighters
On this site on April 17, 1952, Pascagoula's newest and most modern fire truck, on its way to an emergency call collided with and was destroyed by a train called "The Hummingbird". Assistant Chief Klein Thornton, Firefighter DeWitt Monroe, and . . . Map (db m16546) HM
58 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Pascagoula River Basin Ecosystem
The Pascagoula River basin is the largest and last unimpeded river system in the lower 48 states. The basin is approximately 64 miles long and 84 miles wide with 16,045 miles of rivers and streams. The Pascagoula River is the lifeblood . . . Map (db m122676) HM
59 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Pascagoula Street Railroad and Power Company
The Pascagoula Ice and Freezer Company was established in the late 1880s. Its name changed in 1903 when the one-story brick building just north of this site was built. It is the only example of Mission Revival Style architecture in Pascagoula . . . Map (db m102184) HM
60 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Pascagoula UFO 1973
It was the evening of October 11, 1973 when two local shipyard workers went fishing. Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker had picked their spot on the west bank of the East Pascagoula River between the railroad and Highway 90 bridge. As dusk fell a . . . Map (db m242988) HM
61 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — President Zachary Taylor's Summer Home SiteUnited States of America
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62 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — R.A. Farnsworth Summer Home
The Farnsworth Summer House was built ca. 1898 by local lumber magnate R. A. Farnsworth as his family's beach cottage. The house's five rooms were arranged in linear fashion to take maximum advantage of the gulf breezes and were completely . . . Map (db m197677) HM
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63 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Randall's Tavern
The two-story wood-frame structure once located here was constructed ca. 1900, probably from parts of an earlier building. Its two - tiered wrap - around gallery and French doors reflected the Creole building traditions of the region. Owned . . . Map (db m197758) HM
64 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Round Island Lighthouse
The original Round Island lighthouse was built in 1833 on Round Island for $5,895 by Marshall Lincoln and David Henshaw. It was constructed using methods similar to those used on the East coast rather than methods suitable for the Gulf coast and the . . . Map (db m102291) HM
65 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Round Island Lighthouse
Round Island is located in the shallow Mississippi Sound only 3 miles offshore of the entrance to the Pascagoula River. By the early 19th Century increasing coastal commerce had made the need for a lighthouse critical. This first Round Island . . . Map (db m102363) HM
66 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Round Island Lighthouse
The Round Island Lighthouse was built on the barrier island of the same name located off the mouth of the Pascagoula River. Replacing an earlier structure built in the 1830's, the lighthouse was completed in 1859 for a cost of $7,130.97. The . . . Map (db m102386) HM
67 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Running the Blockade: SS Fanny (Fox)
During the American Civil War the Union forces' grand strategy, the Anaconda Plan, was to encircle and then strangle the Southern States into submission. Confederate response included the use of blockade runners that dashed through the naval . . . Map (db m122537) HM
68 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Scranton's
Today's downtown Pascagoula used to be the town of Scranton, Mississippi, until the two towns merged in 1912. The early history of the area was marked by two fires in 1921 that leveled the downtown area. A new fire hall was built in 1925 . . . Map (db m117278) HM
69 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — Shipbuilding in Jackson County
Jackson County is known for shipbuilding. Early settlers hand-crafted utility, fishing and local transportation boats to one-of-a-kind designs, but World War I saw explosive development of a modern industry. Dierks-Blodgett in Pascagoula, and . . . Map (db m102361) HM
70 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — St. Peter Missionary Baptist Church
Organized in 1819 by Dudley Brooks, a freed slave, this congregation was originally known as First Free Mission Baptist Church and is among the state's oldest continuous African American congregations. Through the years, numerous hurricanes . . . Map (db m197344) HM
71 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — The First Raid From the Sea – July 1862
On July 18, the USS Grey Cloud and USS New London turned at Round Island and headed directly toward the large hotel at Pascagoula announcing their arrival by firing two shells over the hotel scattering the civilian population. Both . . . Map (db m122486) HM
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72 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — The Longfellow HouseIn the ship-yard stood the Master...From Pascagoula's sunny bay
The Longfellow House was built in 1850 by Captain Daniel Smith Graham, a wealthy New Orleans slave trader and occasional pirate. After construction the captain continued with his sea-faring duties leaving his wife to keep up the mansion. As time . . . Map (db m102358) HM
73 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — The Round Island Affair - 1849
Round Island is easily seen three miles south of the Pascagoula River entrance. In the summer of 1849 it was the site of an event which drew attendance by soldiers of fortune from all over the South and required intervention by the President of the . . . Map (db m122533) HM
74 Mississippi, Jackson County, Pascagoula — William Faulkner, Pascagoula Novelist
William Faulkner (1897-1962) is considered one of the great Southern writers. Faulkner is traditionally associated with northern Mississippi. For much of his life, Oxford, Mississippi was his home, and many of his stories were set in his fictional . . . Map (db m122540) HM
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