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The legendary bluesman Robert Johnson was born on the northern outskirts of Hazlehurst to Julia Majors and Noah Johnson, on May 8, 1911 (or possibly 1912). Johnson lived in Tunica County and in Memphis as a child, but in the early 1930s h…
Named for chief engineer of first Jackson - New Orleans railway. Last spike driven here on March 31, 1858. Town was raided by Grierson in 1863. Shipping point for cattle, truck crops, and lumber.
Mississippi State College for Women, first state supported college for women in the U.S. was founded in 1884 through the efforts of Mrs Peyton, a citizen of Hazelhurst.
Now a ghost town, Ballarat served nearby mining camps from 1897 to 1917. They produced nearly a million in gold. The jail & a few adobe ruins remain. Seldom Seen Slim, it's last resident, was buried in Boothill in 1968. It had a school but no chur…
Robert Johnson born Hazelhurst, Mississippi May 8, 1911 Copiah County
Here was the upper line of Mt. Dexter Treaty grant, 1805, from which came counties of Wayne, Green, Marion, Lawrence, Pike, Covington, Perry, Jones, Lincoln, Lamar, Forrest, J.Davis, & Walthall