Noxubee County Historical Society
Noxubee County Historical Society
Preserving the past to empower the future
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NCHS Membership Drive
Tuesday, December 1 through Friday, December 31
NCHS Membership Drive  (Community Event)
NCHS has been preserving Noxubee history for more than 50 years. We need YOU to join and help us grow stronger!
 
JOIN online by clicking the "Join Us" button or mail a paper application.



Quarterly Meeting
Tuesday, May 18 through Tuesday, May 18
Quarterly Meeting  (Meeting)
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
ZOOM
Carolyn Kaye, Curator, will present a program on Stephen Dill Lee. Lee transitioned from military life to become a Noxubee planter and public servant. He was a prominent leader of the "New South" movement and served as president of the Mississippi Agriculture & Industrial College.
 
ZOOM ID: 841.975.7378



Quarterly Meeting
Tuesday, August 17 through Tuesday, August 17
Quarterly Meeting  (Meeting)
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
HOPEFULLY in person @ Methodist Church on Jefferson Street, Macon
Rufus Ward, Local Historian & columnist for Columbus Commercial Dispatch newspaper will present "Stories & Reflections About & From Native Americans". He will talk about Pushmataha, "the greatest of all Choctaw chiefs", and the treaties of Dexter & Dancing Rabbit Creek.



Quarterly Meeting
Tuesday, November 16 through Tuesday, November 16
Quarterly Meeting  (Meeting)
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
HOPEFULLY in person @ Methodist Church on Jefferson Street, Macon
Anderson Thomas, CEO of the long-running local family business, Shuqualak Lumber, will talk about the history of the Anderson and Thomas families in Noxubee County.