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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Liberty
Liberty, Mississippi and Vicinity
▶ Amite County (14) ▶ Franklin County (1) ▶ Lincoln County (24) ▶ Pike County (20) ▶ Wilkinson County (51) ▶ East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana (54) ▶ St. Helena Parish, Louisiana (7) ▶ Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana (29)
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| This road, marked in 1807 with three notches on trees and used as a post road, ran from Natchez to Milledgeville, Georgia. Here Sam Dale became famous as a scout and guide.Dedicated by Mississippi State Society Daughters of the American . . . — — Map (db m137972) HM|
|The State's oldest courthouse, built in 1839-41, replaced the building located on this historic square. Seat of Amite County, formed Feb. 24, 1809. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. — — Map (db m92615) HM|
|Locally known as the Little Red School House, the Amite Female Seminary was established in 1853 by Rev. Milton S. Shirk. The school's curriculum included music, literature, history, mathematics, modern languages, philosophy, science and physical . . . — — Map (db m92629) HM|
|On November 16, 1864, Union cavalry under Col. Benjamin Marsh captured a small Confederate force at Liberty. Marsh had hoped to capture Brig. Gen. George Hodge, but he escaped. The next day, Brig. Gen. Albert Lee reinforced the Federals with 1,700 . . . — — Map (db m92730) HM|
|Erected on land donated in 1868 by the Liberty Masonic Lodge, this Confederate monument was designed and built by A.J. Lewis. The shaft is inscribed with the names of 279 Amite County Confederate soldiers who died during the Civil War. Dedicated in . . . — — Map (db m92709) HM|
|Herbert Lee, a 42-year-old dairy farmer in the Amite County area, became a member of the NAACP in the early 1950s. In the fall of 1961, Lee began transporting voting rights activists within the Pike and Amite County area. On September 25, 1961, . . . — — Map (db m92564) HM|
A Liberty native, Jerry Clower (1926-1998) brought his colorful, observant, comic stories of southern life — developed as a sales tool as he worked as a fertilizer salesman — to live shows, recordings, television, . . . — — Map (db m92559) HM|
| Across the road is site of home built in 1836 by John H. Nunnery, early settler of Amite County. He had eight sons in Civil War, one in Sp.~Am. War. New Zion Baptist Church was organized here, Oct. 4, 1881. — — Map (db m137969) HM|
|Founded 1809 and chartered 1828. Site of first Confederate monument in state, 1871. Here Gail Borden conducted condensed milk experiments. Dr. Tichenor's antiseptic was also originated here. — — Map (db m92616) HM|
|Founded as the Liberty Colored Church in March 1870 after fifteen black members requested letters of dismissal from Liberty Baptist Church to organize their own congregation. Under the leadership of their first pastor, Rev. Fred Stirling, these . . . — — Map (db m92617) HM|
|Ceded by Choctaws & Chickasaws in Fort Adams Treaty, 1801, confirming earlier British treaty. Contained most of present Warren, Jefferson, Claiborne, Adams, Franklin, Wilkinson & Amite counties. — — Map (db m92556) HM|