The Amite County Historical and Genealogical Society was founded in 2004 as a nonprofit organization to preserve and share the rich history of Amite County Mississippi. This collection of photos is part of a digital library being created on the People, Places, and Scenes of Amite County. We are excited to share these photos and …
The Beauvoir Digital Collection contains a selection of items from Beauvoir: The Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library.
These materials are presented online for educational purposes only. Images may contain copyrighted material. Use of these materials on websites, in exhibits, or in publications requires the permission of …
Blue Mountain College was founded in 1873 by Civil War Brigadier General Mark Perrin Lowrey. Blue Mountain College was independently owned and administered until 1920, when control was turned over to the Mississippi Baptist Convention. The school operated as an institution for women from 1873 until 2005 when the College became fully …
The Camp Van Dorn WWII Museum located at 138 Main Street, Centreville, Mississippi, opened to the public in May 2005. Camp Van Dorn was a U S Army Post located in Amite and Wilkinson Counties and served as a training camp from 1942-1945. The 99th (“Checkerboard”) and the 63rd (“Blood and Fire”) infantry divisions trained here and …
The Carnegie Public Library has a large collection of historic photographs and documents that have been donated and accessioned over the course of the history of the library. In an effort to make more available the historic photographs and documents of Clarksdale and Coahoma County a digitization effort was initiated in 2012.
Mississippi's cultural institutions hold a large number of valuable and interesting resources. Physically, these materials are found in many places throughout the state, but they are brought virtually together here, in the Mississippi Digital Library. Information included with each digital item indicates where the physical resource can be found.