St. Augustine Seminary

Founded in 1920 and located in Bay St. Louis, St. Augustine Seminary began as a school for black men studying for the priesthood. However, by 1959, there were white students and white faculty members at the school as well. This integrated seminary attracted much attention from the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission.

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http://mdah.state.ms.us/arrec/digital_archives/sovcom/result.php?image=images/png/cd03/022450.png&otherstuff=2|57|0|13|2|1|1|21981|#