Starting in the 1920s, the Gulfside Methodist Campground gave black residents in a segregated South a beachfront to use. The campus had buildings for spiritual, educational and recreational needs overseen by a Methodist Episcopal bishop. Like other Waveland sites, this too was rebuilt after hurricanes.
Starting in the 1920s, the Gulfside Methodist Campground gave black residents in a segregated South a beachfront to use. The campus had buildings for spiritual, educational and recreational needs overseen by a Methodist Episcopal bishop. Like other Waveland sites, this too was rebuilt after hurricanes. The Paul Jermyn Collection
Starting in the 1920s, the Gulfside Methodist Campground gave black residents in a segregated South a beachfront to use. The campus had buildings for spiritual, educational and recreational needs overseen by a Methodist Episcopal bishop. Like other Waveland sites, this too was rebuilt after hurricanes. The Paul Jermyn Collection

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May 28, 2017 12:00 AM

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