ⓘ Dumas, Mississippi

                                     

ⓘ Dumas, Mississippi

Dumas is located at 34°38′4″N 88°50′52″W 34.634549, -88.847800.

According to the Bureau of US census, the town has a total area of 3.9 square miles 10 km2, all land.

                                     
  • Dumas may refer to: Dumas Arkansas, a city Dumas Mississippi a town Dumas Missouri, an unincorporated community Dumas Texas, a city Mount Dumas a
  • Association. Born Albert Woods Dumas in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana on September 9, 1876, he was the son of John Sumpter Dumas a carpenter and sugar boiler
  • Lost Mansions of Mississippi: Volume II. University Press of Mississippi p. 116. Dumas David 2012 Yazoo Pass Expedition, a Driving Tour Guide. AuthorHouse
  • during the American Civil War. Francis E. Dumas born in 1837, was the son of plantation owner Joseph Dumas and was an octoroon from his mother s side
  • 1986 Dumas Malone, expert on Jefferson, is dead at 94 The New York Times. Retrieved 2 July 2018. Weil, Martin 28 December 1986 Dumas Malone
  • The Dumas Commercial Historic District encompasses the historic commercial heart of the rural community of Dumas Arkansas, in the Mississippi River delta
  • Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Dumas David 2012 Steele s Bayou Expedition, a Driving Tour Guide. Author House
  • Pascagoula pəskæɡulə pə - ska - goo - lə is a city in Jackson County, Mississippi United States. It is the principal city of the Pascagoula Metropolitan
  • Rhetaugh Etheldra Graves Dumas 1928 2007 was an American nurse, professor, and health administrator. Dumas was the first Black woman to serve as a dean
  • Mississippi Highway 370 MS 370 is a state highway in northeastern Mississippi Its western terminus is in Ashland at MS 5, and its eastern end is in
  • Mississippi Highway 368 MS 368 is a state highway in northern Mississippi The route starts at MS 2 and MS 15 in Blue Mountain and travels eastward
  • Adams County, Mississippi United States. Natchez has a total population of 15, 792 as of the 2010 census Located on the Mississippi River across from