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The congregation was formed in 1870 when African-American members of the Carrollton Baptist Church expressed a desire to have their own house of worship. The current building was constructed in 1923.
Last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Includes Beauvoir House, Small Confederate Museum, historic cemetery, Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier and gift shop.
This historic road, sunken from traffic since the 1820s, was widely used during the Civil War. Today it resembles the old sunken Natchez Trace.
c. 1868. The oldest African-American church in Grenada; site of Civil Rights meetings.
Belmont is one of the few antebellum plantations in the Mississippi Delta that escaped the torch of Union forces. It is contructed entirely of slave-made brick and was completed in 1859 as the home of Dr. William W. Worthington.
This unique museum houses over 20 pre-1970 Bench Mark Works motorcycles.
Benton, Mississippi was the Yazoo County seat from 1829 to 1850. Settled by William W. Gadberry in 1828, first court being held in his log home. Chartered in 1836. Nearby Cedar Grove Plantation was home of Col. John Sharp and of famed U.S. Senator John Sharp Williams.
Established 1864.The first African Methodist Episcopal Church in Mississippi and the first Masonic Lodge in Mississippi were organized here in 1875.
c. 1884. The only African American cemetery in Vicksburg established by the Vicksburg Tabernacle #19 Independent Order of Brothers and Sisters of Love and Charity. The final resting place for members of some of the prominent African American families in Vicksburg's history. There are more than 5,500 graves scattered across the grassy tree studded cemetery, which date into the 1940s.
Site where Coca-Cola was first bottled in 1894. Tour includes history of the beverage and the Biedenharn family. Coca-Cola memorabilia. Ice-cold cokes, ice cream floats, hand-dipped ice cream and more than 100 other items for sale in the museum gift shop.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI