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Collection includes oils and watercolors by renowned Mississippi artist, Marie Hull. Pen and ink drawings, portraits and abstracts by Lucille Parker and other Mississippi artists.
At M. Schon Gallery you will find a lot more than just paintings or scuptures. The Schon Gallery carries exquisite jewelry by Native American crafstmen, contemporary jewelry, Scandanavian jewelry, pottery, glass, photography and a myriad of art deco masterpieces.
c. 1870. This red brick building was used as the county jail for over 99 years.
This cultural preservation research resource center houses significant records of the late Margaret Walker Alexander.
Located in downtown Columbia in a historic depot, the museum consists of relics and photographs commerorating the history of Columbia, Marion County and the surrounding area.
The Marion County - City of Columbia Museum and Archives is located across from City Hall, on the west end of 2nd Street, in the circa 1907 Gulf & Ship Island passenger depot. The museum currently holds a large collection of Native American artifacts, a Civil War room, as well as displays of early Columbia and local military history.
Historical museum containing hundreds of one-of-a-kind artifacts of the Biloxi seafood industry; on-site gift shop.
This Railroad Heritage Museum strives to preserve and promote the history and the culture of the railroad and its impact of the establishment, growth and development of the Mississippi Delta.
c. 1901. Interesting railroad museum with memorabilia dating back to the 1800's, lends insight as to the development of the historic McComb community.
Evers was the first field secretary for the NAACP in Jackson at the time of his death, June 12, 1963. The small house and site of his assassination, and the neighborhood of similar houses that surround it, make palpable the very simple longings for freedom and opportunity that drove the Civil Rights Movement. As a museum and house in a historic district, the renovated structure informs those who visit of the many sacrifices that took place in Jackson and in Mississippi, and presents a modern link in the succession of Mississippi landmarks that communicate the history of the state.
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