Natchez, Part VII

Church buildings

Holy Family Catholic Church

St. Mary Basilica Catholic Church

St. Mary Basilica Catholic Church


We should’ve driven around the block again so I could get the name of this one. If anyone knows, please leave it in a comment.

Zion Chapel A.M.E.

First Baptist Church

Jefferson Street Methodist Church


A better view of Jefferson Street Methodist church can be seen here.

To see a photo of Temple B’nai Israel, go here. We didn’t pass by it, but I was glad to find a photo of it on Flickr.

Update:
Elodie at Shantybellum posted a photograph of Temple B’nai Israel here.

To read more about the Temple, go here.

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Filed under 1800s, 1900s, Buildings, Church Buildings, Faith, Mississippi

4 responses to “Natchez, Part VII

  1. Carla, There’s a photo of the stained-glass window from inside the Pritchartt house at http://shantybellum.blogspot.com/2011/10/visions-of-home.html.

    I’ve also got a really beautiful picture of the synagogue that I’ll post to my blog when I get a moment.

  2. Joe

    Beautiful Natchez!

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