top of page


Jim Wiggins.jpg

 Historian and retired educator James Wiggins will discuss his new book, “Outliving the White Lie: A Southerner’s Historical, Genealogical and Personal Journey” (University Press of Mississippi, 2024), at the Tuesday, April 23 meeting of the Natchez Historical Society.

gallery Dr. Grivno .jpg

Mar 26 Dr. Max Grivno, associate professor of History at the University of Southern Mississippi, is returning to Natchez to talk about diplomacy in the early years of the city’s history.


Feb. 27 meeting of the Natchez Historical Society where Roscoe Barnes III gave a presentation on Anne Moody and her book, Coming of Age in Mississippi.

Dr. David Nolan cropped.jpg

David Nolen, professor and associate dean for Archives and Special Collections at Mississippi State University and former Librarian of its Grant Library, will be the featured speaker. He will speak on the topic, “Catching the Rabbit: U.S. Grant and the Vicksburg Campaign.”

Smokye Joe.jpg

Mis-Lou Magazine

Brief mention (scroll down page) "Smokye Jo" Frank

423313527_10160628267136208_6534004632491427011_n.jpg (Natchez radio website)


Smokye Joe Frank is winner of 2024 Historic Preservation Award


Vicksburg Daily News

Joseph “Smokye Joe” Frank wins 2024 Historic Preservation Award

gallery miller.jpg

Mimi Miller’s talk on the mysteries of John James Audubon’s famous landscape painting of Natchez!

gallery nelson3.jpg

1966 murder of Ben Chester White on Pretty Creek Bridge in Adams County, Miss.

natchez massacre.jpg

Jessica Fleming Crawford to discuss ‘Natchez Massacre’ and

‘Ground Zero for Slavery’ on May 23 meeting of Natchez Historical Society

natchez car dealership.jpg

Judy Wiggins to talk about Ethel Clagett and Mabel Porter, successful owners of a Natchez car dealership.

natchez 2023 dinner.jpg

Natchez Historical Society 2023 dinner draws record crowd, despite stormy


bottom of page