Texada is one of the earliest buildings in Natchez and is believed to be the first brick building erected in the city. Three antebellum dependency buildings associated with Texada survive today. The two-story brick structure directly behind the house served as a kitchen and enslaved servants quarters. The two-story frame building located just west of Texada originally served as quarters for enslaved workers as well. Further research is necessary to determine the use of the altered one-story stuccoed brick building west of the frame quarters. These outbuildings are samples of those included in the ongoing Natchez Outbuilding Survey.

Two-story brick slave quarters and kitchen.

Two-story frame enslaved servants' quarters.

Altered one-story stuccoed brick building west of the frame quarters.

The proximity of two-story brick slave quarters and two-story frame quarters.


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