Jackson County explores old Dozier School grounds, looking to build a museum

As part of the Endeavor project, Jackson County leaders are considering converting the old Dozier school dining hall into a historical and educational museum for residents and visitors alike to benefit from. The 10,000 square foot space they envision as a museum destination to showcase various aspects of the diverse history and abundant natural resources of Jackson County, including generations of agriculture in the County, the diverse tapestry of African-American families of the area, and the vast 111-year history of the Dozier school.