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Texada (pronounced Teh-ha-da), is located in the old "Spanish Quarter" area of Natchez. According to an 1856 newspaper article, the home was the first brick building constructed in the city. The main living quarters are located on the upper floor, and is highlighted by the deep galley in the rear of the house, which overlooks a brick courtyard and the quarters built for the house servants. Texada is often open during either the Spring or Fall Pilgrimage seasons, and visitors are treated to a living history tour by actors as opposed to standard tour guides.