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May 23, 2023

Jessica Fleming Crawford to discuss "Natchez Massacre and

Ground Zero for Slavery"


April 25, 2023
Judy Wiggins, "An Early 20th Century Team of Natchez Trailblazers, Ethel Clagget and Mabel Porter."


March 28, 2023
Dr. Megan Hines, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Mississippi Museum of Art and Millsaps College, and Curator of the Museum's Upcoming 2023 Solo Show featuring the recent work of artist Noah Satterstrom.


February 28, 2023
J. Janice Coleman, Professor of English, Alcorn State University, "The Road to 'A Raisin in  the Sun':  The Link Between the Hansberry Family of Gloster, Mississippi, and Alcorn A&M College."

January 24, 2023--Annual Meeting
The Natchez Historical Society held its 2023 annual dinner at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the Natchez Grand Hotel.  Danny Heitman, a nationally recognized writer on John James Audubon, was the featured speaker.  His topic was "John James Audubon in Natchez:  How a Fabled River Town Shaped His Life and Art."  Heitman's book on Audubon is entitled: "A Summer of Birds - John James Audubon at Oakley House" (2008 LSU Press).
The Annual Historical Award was presented to Stanley Nelson.  For details click here:   Awards.

November 22, 
Dr. Max Grivno of the History Faculty of the University of Southern Mississippi, "Hernando De Soto and the First European Contact With the Mississippian Civilization of the Lower Mississippi Valley."

October 25, 
Dr. Stuart Rockoff, Executive Director, Mississippi Humanities Council, "The Jewish History of Mississippi."

September 27, 2022
Lolly Rash, Executive Director of the Mississippi Heritage Trust, "Please Don't Tear It Down--22 Years of the 10 Most Endangered Historical Places in Mississippi."

May 24, 2022
Jeff Mansell, Lead Historian, Natchez National Historical Park, on "Enslavement to Enlistment:  Profiles of the Men of the 58th Infantry, U.S. Colored Troops."

April 26, 2022
Rescheduled January speaker Professor David S. Nolen of Mississippi State University on "How Did Ulysses S. Grant's Papers Land in Mississippi?"

March 22, 2022
Anna E. Tucker, Curator of the Museum of Southern Jewish Experience based in New Orleans, "From Under-the-Hill to B'nai Israel:  Uncovering the Jewish Foundations of Natchez."

February 15, 2022

Natchez Alderwoman Valencia Hall on the History of Holy Family Catholic Church.

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