Pascagoula Historic homes
In this mornings edition of the Mississippi Press, I read that the remains of two historic homes in the Pascagoula Historic district will survive the demolition. Wahoo!
One of these homes date back to 1840, and the other somewhere around 1890-1910. It appears they have been nominated to be on the top 10 most endangered historic places, and ranked number five in the state. This may just keep them from being demolished due to the new city waterfront development under construction on the Pascagoula River.
I for one, would love to see these historic Pascagoula homes turned into a bed & breakfast, or a restaurant so the locals and visitors could experience the History of Pascagoula.
Photo by Carla Crane
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