Natchez National Historical Park has a diverse collection of objects. There are approximately 102,000 objects within the collection. Of this number, approximately 81,600 are archeological objects and associated documents associated with the Melrose Estate, William Johnson House, and Fort Rosalie. The park museum collection consists of a range of objects that includes 19th century decorative arts, farm implements, textiles, architectural, and archival materials. There are currently over 1,000 objects on display in over fifteen furnished rooms at the Melrose Estate and William Johnson House for visitors to view. Click on the link below to view the online collection.
Did You Know?
An 1840 tornado destroyed John McMurran's law office. Ironically, William Johnson used some of the bricks from McMurran's law office to build his new home on State Street. Today, McMurran's estate Melrose and William Johnson's house are part of Natchez National Historical Park.