Pictorial History, South Mississippi … WPA Mississippi Historical Research Project, 1936-1937
Top: "Above: Old French Fort, Pascagoula, Built in 1718 By Col. de la Point." Center: "Indian Mound, Adams County. These mounds, which occur in many localities in Mississippi, are typical community burial grounds of the native Indians, whose custom was to carry the bones of their ancestors with them in their traveling until a permanent village site was selected." Bottom: "Below: Krebs Cemetery, Pascagoula. All inscriptions on headstones and markers are in French. In the long trench repose victims of yellow fever epedemic."