Location Information
(for the Neibert-Fisk House)
Name:Neibert-Fisk House ["Choctaw"]
Address:310 Wall Street, North
City/County:Natchez, Adams County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:c.1836
Architectural Styles(s):Greek Revival, Federal
No. of Stories:2
Registration Information
NR Listing Date:22 Jan 1979
NR District Name:Natchez-On-Top-of-the-Hill
NR Status:Contributing
Element No.:611
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Mississippi Landmark Information
Designated:05-09-1985
Recorded:06-10-1985
Book/Vol. No.:V. 16-V, p. 278
Local Designation Information
Local District Name:Natchez Historic District
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Context/Comments
A two-story brick house, over a raised basement, with a Roman Ionic tetrastyle portico, "Choctaw" was built for real estate speculator and developer Joseph Neibert and later home of the prominent merchant and philanthropist Alvarez Fisk. Externally, is a late but highly significant example of the "Jeffersonian Classicism" mode of the Federal style that was first employed in the Natchez region in the second decade of the nineteenth century. The interior, however, is Greek Revival.