Pascagoula

city, seat (1812) of Jackson county, southeastern Mississippi, U.S. It is situated on Pascagoula Bay of Mississippi Sound (an embayment of the Gulf ...
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Pascagoula

Pascagoula (păskugOO'lu) , city (1990 pop. 25,899), seat of Jackson co., extreme SE Miss. A port of entry on Mississippi Sound at the mouth of the Pascagoula River, it is a resort and a fishing and shipbuilding center. There is petroleum refining, catfish and seafood processing, and factor...
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Pascagoula

[Amtrak station] Pascagoula station was originally the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot. It was restored during the 1970s and converted into an Amtrak station. The station is on both the National Register of Historic Places, and the Mississippi State Department of Archives and History. In addition, the station serves as an art galler...
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Pascagoula

The Pasacagoula (also Pascoboula, Pacha-Ogoula, Pascagola, Pascaboula, Paskaguna) were an indigenous group living in coastal Mississippi on the Pascagoula River. The name Pascagoula is a Mobilian Jargon term meaning `bread people`. Choctaw native Americans using the name Pascagoula are named after the words for `bread nation`. The Biloxi calle...
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