Four Mississippi historic properties added to National Register

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A historic African American library, a Jewish synagogue and two Jackson elementary schools have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, according to a press release from the Mississippi Department of Archives & History. The United States Department of the Interior approved the addition of Myrtle Hall Branch Library for Negroes, Coahoma County; Temple B’nai Israel, Forrest County; Hattie Casey Elementary School, Hinds County; and Pearl Spann Elementary School, Hinds County.

Read more about these properties here.