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Photos from Amite County:

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Pictures from the dedication of a historical marker at the Stockdale home in Summit with participation by members of ACHGS, 20 May 2007

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Pictures from the regular monthly meeting of ACHGS, 10 May 2007

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Pictures from the Little Red Schoolhouse that was opened for general visitation on Liberty Heritage Day, 5 May 2007

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Pictures from the Saturday (Quarterly) meeting of the ACHGS, 3 March 2007

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Pictures from the Open House / Membership Drive held Saturday, December 9, 2006, at the Little Red Schoolhouse / Library

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Pictures from the presentation of the WPA books and Amite Co. Marriage Records books to the Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History, 28 November 2006

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Pictures from the first Saturday (Quarterly) meeting of the ACHGS, 9 September 2006

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Pictures from the Southwest Mississippi Genealogical Society Visit, 15 July 2006

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Pictures from Annual Meeting, 13 July 2006

Here are the more that were coming.  Due to the number of people pictured, identification of each person has not been attempted here.

-- courtesy of William G. Barron

Members attending

-- courtesy of Wayne Anderson

Mrs. Oma Gordon is presented a certificate of appreciation for all her work in bringing the WPA book reprint project to completion

-- courtesy of Wayne Anderson

The WPA Books have arrived and are being sent out to those who ordered by mail.

President Joey Wall and Mrs. Oma Gordon display the two volumes of the WPA books that are now being made available to society members.

Mrs. Jeannine Dixon and Mrs. Oma Gordon display the first batch of books ready for mailing to society members that ordered by mail.

 

Newer pictures of Liberty landmarks submitted by Sue Severson, April 2006

Amite County Courthouse

Little Red School House

Confederate Monument

 

 

The Little Red Schoolhouse is decorated and ready for the December 3 open house/membership drive/social event.

-- Pictures courtesy of William G. Barron  02 December 2005

The Confederate Monument at Liberty

-- Picture courtesy of Sue Severson 02 December 2005

The historical marker explaining the Confederate Monument

-- Picture courtesy of Sue Severson 02 December 2005

Amite County Courthouse

-- Picture courtesy of Sue Severson  02 December 2005

 

Pictures from the 3 December 2005 Membership Drive/Open House/Social

Vera Prestridge and Mildred Morgan arrive to work at the LRSH.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Will Barron gets ready to be a Confederate for the day.

-- Picture courtesy of William G. Barron  03 December 2005

Ladies of the Society register visitors and new members, Picture 1.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Ladies of the Society register visitors and new members, Picture 2.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Mr. James Causey arrives with his walking stick (or is it a shillelagh?).

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

The display table was all set with a variety of notebooks on historical subjects.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Joey Wall and Wayne Parker got the Confederate Living History display set up, Picture 1.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Living History, Picture 2

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Living History, Picture 3

-- Picture courtesy of Susan Barnes  03 December 2005

Three of the flags that have flown over Amite County.  From left, Confederate First National ("Stars and Bars"), current Mississippi Flag, US Flag.

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

The library provided an ideal place for the genealogy reference displays and the refreshments (and there were some g-o-o-o-d refreshments).

-- Picture courtesy of Wayne Anderson  03 December 2005

Faye Barron and Evelyn Huff looked over Frances Phares' recently issued book on her class from school, '32 -- '44

-- Picture courtesy of Susan Barnes 03 December 05

A good view of the magnolia leaf wreath used as the centerpiece Christmas decoration for the Little Red Schoolhouse

-- Picture courtesy of Susan Barnes 03 December 05

Wayne Anderson tried to entertain the crowd with a bit of old folk music but the wind soon put an end to that effort.

-- Picture courtesy of Susan Barnes 03 December 05

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