Choctaw Renovations – Natchez MS

Description

“Constructed in 1836 for Joseph Neibert, Choctaw is a transitional Natchez mansion, containing the general Federal style form established by Arlington and Rosalie while blending Greek Revival details.”   (misspreservation.com)

According to the Historic Natchez Foundation, the WPA worked to renovate Choctaw during the New Deal.

Located at the western corner of Wall St. and High St., Choctaw lies on the same block as the city auditorium, another WPA project.

Source notes

http://misspreservation.com/101-mississippi-places-to-see-before-you-die/choctaw-natchez/
Local sources

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on May 6, 2014.

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Location Info


310 N. Wall St.
Natchez, MS 39120

Coordinates: 31.563387, -91.40252499999997

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