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Content Tagged 'history'
Battle of Bay St. Louis Discussed by Historical Society
Many people don't realize that the Gulf Coast was the site of a famous naval battle nearly 200 years ago.
Old Gulfport High Gets Historic Recognition
The old Gulfport High School building is finally getting the recognition it deserves.
WWII Veterans Weigh In on Current World Issues
World War II veterans, or as some may call them, "the greatest generation in American history," are slowly diminishing.
Officials Visit Ocean Springs for Destination Downtown
Representatives from 100 main streets around the country are in Ocean Springs this week for Destination Downtown.
Mississippi Shines at Governors' Conference
Mississippi has often struggled with a misconceived image across America.
Young School Kids Learn About 9/11 Attacks
Americans will never forget what happened on this day 13 years ago and how the 9/11 attacks affected everyone in our country, but what about those who were not born yet when the towers fell?
1699 Historical Society Reenacts Discovery of D'Iberville
The 1699 Historical Society kicked off their Weekend of Discovery Friday night.
Gulf Coast Celebrates its Rich History
The Mississippi Gulf Coast has a long and rich history, some of which will be on display.
Coast Episcopal School Has Unique Way of Teaching History
The Coast Episcopal School found a creative way to teach 5th and 6th grade students about history.
Biloxi Bay Chamber Holds Morning Call Program at Keesler
Speakers from the base and Keesler Federal Credit Union shared the history of Keesler and its impact on the Gulf Coast.
North Gulfport Students Show Off Holocaust Project
Students at North Gulfport showed off a big English project Thursday. Eighth grade students created a Holocaust mural as part of their WWII unit.
Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum Holds Grand Opening
Nine years after Hurricane Katrina destroyed the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, it has finally been remade.
Martime & Seafood Industry Museum Set to Reopen Aug. 1st
An important Biloxi landmark that was destroyed during Hurricane Katrina will be making a comeback soon.
Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum Prepares to Reopen
The Biloxi Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum will open the first day of August, nine years after it was washed away by Hurricane Katrina.
Statue of Pierre Lemoyne D'Iberville Stands Again
An important historic figure once again overlooks the Coast in Biloxi.
Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum Rebuilding
Before casinos came to the Gulf Coast, the seafood industry was once the center of culture. Preserving that culture is the goal of a local museum set to reopen this year, and city officials are hoping the museum will bring new life to Biloxi's Point Cadet.
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