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The Memento, Old and New Natchez 1700-1897 In Two Volumes; Published by Major Steve Power. A Resident of Natchez Fifty-odd Years. A Veteran of the Mexican and Civil Wrs.; F. C. Nunemacher Press, Louisvile, Kentucky, 1897. Original book in the collection of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Mississippi. Reprinted Myrtle Bank Publishers, Natchez, Mississippi, 1984.
Natchez, Mississippi On Top, Not "Under The Hill," from the original book in the collection of Thomas H. Gandy; Myrtle Bank Publishers Natchez, Mississippi, reprinted 1983, Limited Edition.
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|Cathedral School||Brother Celestin, principal. |
|Female Charitable Society||Instituted on March 12, 1816, by a
group of concerned ladies, this charity school was also known as the Natchez
Orphan Asylum. Today is is known as the Natchez Children's Home, and is
located at 806 North Union Street, Natchez.
Natchez Childrens Home - 1997
|Jefferson Military College||Washington, MS. For boys and young men. Formed in 1811. Full coures. Laboratory, library, and new gymnasium. Expense: $13.00 per month. Offered catalog. J. S. Raymond, superintendent. |
|Natchez Female College||Classes held at "Melmont," situated on seven acres. Offered catalog. J. H. Davis, S.M., C.E., principal. |
|Natchez College||"Colored" - Located in the "suburbs." |
|St. Joseph's School||Located in Natchez. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity. General studies in addition to music, drawing, painting, and plain and ornamental needlework. |
|Miss Alline M. Sniffen's Private School||Co-Educational. Formed about 1872. Teachers: Miss A. M. Sniffer, and Mrs. Josie Sniffen. Located at 603 State Street, Natchez. |
|Stanton College||For young ladies. Miss M. L. Prince, principal for session of 1896-97. S. W. Adams, business manager. |
|Union School||"Colored" - |
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