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The city is located in Harrison County. It is one of the Gulfport-Biloxi megalopolis areas, and it is a census-designated place with more than two thousand residents. It is located on the Kansas City Southern Railway. It was once home to a drug store, sawmill, confectionery store, and five general stores. It is an unincorporated community and is one of the oldest communities on the Gulf Coast. The descendants of the self-exiled French Baptiste Saucier and his wife were the first settlers in the area. They settled there in the summer of 1848.
Philip Saucier has two wives and children. They all moved to the north of the remote area of the thick forest after selling his property in the Delisle and Pass Christians areas. Philip and his family moved on several thousand acres of land he purchased in an area known as Wortham, which is located on the east side of the community. They cleared the land and built their home on a stream they called Saucier Creek. Philip made his living in farming, logging, and timber business, raising cattle, sheep, and hogs.
Growth of the Community
When the area was established, the village consisted of Philip's family members, including Samuel Bernard, Jean Baptiste, Philippe Noel, Narcisse Edouard, and Henri Severin. Other notable residents include Rufus Bond, Ephraim Patton, Rufus Broadus, and Sarden Byrd. There was a regular section in the newspapers for the city and its neighboring areas. The town was much larger than what it is today. It was a very booming community with several massive mills that contributed to the economy of the town. The new Saucier Boarding High School was constructed in 1904. It was deeded by Bernard, one of the sons of Pierre Philip Saucier. It was privately operated in the beginning years of its establishment. A new modern school was later built to replace it and is still in existence today.
A post office was constructed and began operating under the name Saucier. It serves the residents. The Harrison County School District also serves the residents of the community. Saucier's Children's Library is the public library in the community, and it is one of the Harrison County Library System. Some notable people include Israel Broussard and Joe James. Avas Flowers offer delivery to the schools in the community; kindly visit our website, for more information.
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