Warren County Before Statehood

In commemoration of Mississippi’s 200th anniversary as a state, stories of Vicksburg and Warren County history will be published periodically by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society, which operates the Old Court House Museum – Eva W. Davis Memorial.

The series, “Warren County Before Statehood,” begins with the story of our earliest citizens, the Tunica Indians and the French.

I. St. Pierre, The Mission

II. St. Pierre, The Fort

III. Warren County Is The Fourteenth Colony

IV. A Revolutionary War Battle In Warren County

V. Veterans Of Revolution Buried In Warren County

VI. When Warren County Was Spanish

VII. Spain’s Golden Age And Fort Nogales

VIII. Printing In Mississippi Began In Warren County

IX. Hopewell Was First Church In Warren County

X. Warren Became A County In 1809

XI. Anthony Glass Was Local Explorer

XII. Warren County Lands Described In 1814 Book

XIII. Turnbullville? Bayburgh? It Came Close To Happening

XIV. We Could Have Claimed Mobile