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John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

John R. Trimm Barn, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Trimm Barn, built about 1940, is an example of a transverse crib barn, the most common barn type in the Upland South. Originally built to house registered cattle, the gambrel roof barn was mo... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

Billie Eaton House, Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, ...

Significance: The Billie Eaton House was built in the 1890s as a two-room house with open central passage. The persistence of traditional plan types exemplified in this dwelling is common in southwestern Tisho... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Will Boykin House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, ...

Significance: The Boykin House is a good example of a double-pen (two-room) house, one of the basic house types of rural Alabama. Prior to 1940, two additions were made at the rear. Dismantled, moved and reco... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo County, MS

R. G. Adams House, Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Coun...

Significance: The Adams House is a good, late, example of a frame double pen (two-room) plan with open central hall, or "dogtrot," a folk house type indigenous to the rural South. Built in 1913, with a rear el... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Aberdeen Station, U.S. Route 45, Aberdeen, Monroe County, MS

Significance: In 1928 the St. Louis and San Francisco (Frisco) Railway Company completed a new rail line along the Tombigbee River to connect the recently acquired track of the Muscle Shoals, Birmingham and Pen... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pickens County, AL

Charity House, State Route 32 & County Route 1 vicinity, Memphis, Pick...

Significance: The Charity House, a one-room rectangular house with a later single-room addition to the rear, is an example of a single-pen plan, the most basic folk house type in rural Alabama. Probably dating... More

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Norwood-Williams House is a good rural example of a shotgun house, a southern urban and rural dwelling type. A three-room house with a later one-room side addition, the dwelling was built in ... More

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Norwood-Williams House is a good rural example of a shotgun house, a southern urban and rural dwelling type. A three-room house with a later one-room side addition, the dwelling was built in ... More

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Norwood-Williams House is a good rural example of a shotgun house, a southern urban and rural dwelling type. A three-room house with a later one-room side addition, the dwelling was built in ... More

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Norwood-Williams House, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Norwood-Williams House is a good rural example of a shotgun house, a southern urban and rural dwelling type. A three-room house with a later one-room side addition, the dwelling was built in ... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Jeffries-Gardner Farm, Columbus, Lowndes County, MS

Significance: The Jeffries-Gardner Farm, consisting of several scattered specialized-use outbuildings and a dwelling, enlarged by three additions, is an example of a family farmstead of the Mississippi Black Be... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Cedar Oaks, Barton Ferry Road, West Point, Clay County, MS

Significance: Cedar Oaks is probably the last remaining structure from the extinct river town of Barton. The finish details of the house show a late interpretation of the Greek Revival style found throughout M... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, Prentiss County, MS

Ezra Searcy House, West of Prentiss-Tishimingo County Line, New Site, ...

Significance: The Ezra Searcy House was designed and built in 1906 by Daniel Searcy, Ezra's schoolteacher brother. The L-shaped plan of this frame house reflects the care and precision with which Daniel Searcy... More

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