Iuka Normal Institute
Iuka Normal Institute (also called Iuka Normal School) was a normal school founded in Iuka, Mississippi in 1882, reportedly the first normal school built south of the Mason–Dixon line. It operated as a day school and boarding school, offering classes from first to tenth grades. In 1892, graduates of their tenth grade were deemed qualified to serve as principals of high schools. It ceased operation in 1902.
- Federal Writers' Project, Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration. Mississippi, a guide to the Magnolia State. New York:Viking, 1938. p. 443
- Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Education to the Legislature of Mississippi for the Scholastic Years 1889-'90 and 1890-'91. Jackson, MS: Power & McNeily, State Printers, 1892; p. 329.
- Mississippi State Department of Archives & History. "Iuka Normal Historical Marker". Retrieved August 18, 2009.
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