Nanih Waiya Indian Mennonite Church

Nanih Waiya Indian Mennonite Church was a congregation of Choctaw Mennonites in Neshoba County that suffered three bombings between September […]

Negro Masonic Lodge

This all-black Masonic Lodge in Forest, MS, was accused by the Sovereignty Commission of being a hub of NAACP activity. […]

Negro Masonic Lodge

This all-back Masonic Lodge in Marks, MS, reportedly served as a headquarters for COFO (Council of Federated Organizations) civil rights […]

Neshoba Central High

The school is located at 1125 Golf Course Road, south of Highway 16 East. Neshoba Central School was built in […]

Neshoba County Jail

In 1964, the Neshoba County Jail was located at 422 Myrtle Street. This is where the three civil rights workers […]

New Mt. Zion M.B. Church

The New Mt. Zion M.B. Church hosted a meeting of the Progressive Voter’s League on May 15, 1956. The pastor, […]

North State Street

North State Street was the route used by the “March Against Fear”participants, who went from Tougaloo College to downtown Jackson. […]