Natchez heritage north of downtown Photos

Highlights of Natchez north of downtown include the House on Ellicott's Hill & the historic buildings around Stanton Hall.

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The House on Ellicott's Hill Andrew Ellicott raised American flag here in 1797, in defiance of Spain. Natchez, MS.Balconies of House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS.Side view of House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS.Priests' House & Lawyers Lodge beside House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS.
The House on Ellicott's Hill (c1798) (215 N. Canal St.) Andrew Ellicott raised American flag here in 1797, in defiance of Spain. Natchez, MS. On National Register.Balconies of House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS.Side view of House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS.Priests' House (c1805-10) & Lawyers Lodge (c1820) beside House on Ellicott's Hill. Natchez, MS. On National Register.
Lawyers Lodge. Natchez, MS.Stanton Hall. Natchez, MS.Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.Portico of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.
Lawyers Lodge (c1820) (201 N. Canal St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Federal. On National Register.Stanton Hall (c1857) (High at Pearl St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Classical. On National Register. Choctaw House (1837) (310 N. Wall St.). Natchez, MS.Portico of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.
Oval window in pediment of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.Old south feel of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.White Wings House. Natchez, MS.Cherokee House. Natchez, MS.
Oval window in pediment of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.Old south feel of Choctaw House. Natchez, MS.White Wings House (1833-54 & c1888) (311 N. Wall St.). Natchez, MS.Cherokee House (c1794-1810) (217 High at Wall St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.
Facade of Cherokee House. Natchez, MS.Queen Anne-style house. Natchez, MS.Lisso House. Natchez, MS.Linton House. Natchez, MS.
Facade of Cherokee House. Natchez, MS.Queen Anne-style house (401 N. Commerce St.). Natchez, MS.Lisso House (c1892) (310 N. Commerce St.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Linton House (c1810) (304 N. Commerce St.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.
Front door of Linton House. Natchez, MS.Wilkins Town House with men's & women's staircases. Natchez, MS.Federal-style house with men's & women's staircases. Natchez, MS.Myrtle Terrace House. Natchez, MS.
Front door of Linton House. Natchez, MS.Wilkins Town House (c1835) (300 N. Commerce St.) with men's & women's staircases. Natchez, MS. On National Register.Federal-style house (c1796) (306 Pearl St.) with men's & women's staircases. Natchez, MS.Myrtle Terrace House (c1844) (310 Pearl St.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.
Dr. Dubs Town House. Natchez, MS.Myrtle Bank House. Natchez, MS.Shields Town House. Natchez, MS.The Burn built by John Walsworth, was later Headquarters for Federal Fort McPherson & then a hospital in Civil War. Natchez, MS.
Dr. Dubs Town House (1852-4) (311 Pearl St.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Myrtle Bank House (1835; 1870s) (408 Pearl St.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Shields Town House (c1860) (701 N. Union at B. St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.The Burn (c1832) (712 N. Union St.) built by John Walsworth, was later Headquarters for Federal Fort McPherson & then a hospital in Civil War. Natchez, MS. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.
Portal of The Burn. Natchez, MS.Gerard Brandon IV House. Natchez, MS.Wigwam. Natchez, MS.Keyhole House. Natchez, MS.
Portal of The Burn. Natchez, MS.Gerard Brandon IV House (1890) (708 N. Union St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Queen-Anne.Wigwam (c1790-1837) (307 Oak St.). Natchez, MS. Style: Italianate. On National Register.Keyhole House (1890) (1016 Main St. at Arlington). Natchez, MS.
Queen Anne-style house on Main St. near Martin Luther King St. Natchez, MS.


Queen Anne-style house on Main St. near Martin Luther King St. Natchez, MS.



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