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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.
In 1883, Pastor T.S. Howell from Bunker Hill Church in rural Marion County, and six local believers met at the courthouse to organize a Baptist church within the city limits of Columbia. ...
The 5th session of the Mississippi Legislature met in Columbia in Nov. 1821, and in a special session in June 1822. Walter Leake was inaugurated Governor here in January 1822; the Legisla...
Take your family on an adventure ride on the Pearl River in an airboat. Explore the river and witness a large variety of wildlife, old cypress trees and interesting geological...
S.A. (Sandy) Simmons, a local entrepreneur, built this Queen Anne Style home in 1904. Simmons operated a mercantile store, saw mill, cotton gin, post office, grist mill, and farm in the M...
Exhibits cover the early days of Noxubee County. Sections highlight the Choctaw Indians and other areas of community life.
Shown on the 1938 map on US 11, four miles southwest of Purvis, this town is not shown on present maps.
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