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c. 1820. The only building associated with a free African-American that dates to the late territorial or early statehood period. This frame cottage is a rare surviving example of the small residential buildings that once dotted the streets of downtown Natchez. The house is believed to have been built for free African-American Nancy Kyle by white merchant Christopher Kyle, who later willed the property to Nancy Kyle and her daughter Caroline. Not open for touring. Driving/sightseeing tour only.
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