National Historic Landmarks in Mississippi
This is a List of National Historic Landmarks in Mississippi. It includes current National Historic Landmarks (NHLs), and also National Park Service areas in Mississippi that overlap.
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Midtown Corinth Historic District
Midtown Corinth Historic District is a historic district in Corinth, Mississippi that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. The district "isroughly bounded by Cass, Bunch, W...
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Grand Gulf Military State Park (Mississippi)
Grand Gulf Military State Park is a Mississippi state park located 10 miles northwest of Port Gibson in the unincorporated area that is now the ghost town of Grand Gulf, in Claiborne County. It is lis...
Grand Gulf Military State Park (Mississippi) - Wikipedia
Boyer Cemetery
Boyer is an unincorporated community located in Sunflower County, Mississippi. Boyer is located on Steiner-Boyer Road and is approximately 7 miles (11 km) north of Indianola and approximately 4 m...
North Broadway Historic District (Tupelo, Mississippi)
North Broadway Historic District in Tupelo, Mississippi is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
Auburn (Natchez, Mississippi)
Auburn is an Antebellum Greek Revival mansion in Duncan Park in Natchez, Mississippi. It was designed and constructed by Levi Weeks in 1812, the first planned building in the town. It was declared a N...
Auburn (Natchez, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
George Wright Young House
89°23′39″W / 34.391039°N 89.394229°W / 34.391039; -89.394229The George Wright Young House is a historic house located just outside Oxford, Mississippi off the highway to New A...
George Wright Young House - Wikipedia
Brierfield Plantation
Brierfield Plantation was a cotton plantation located in Davis Bend, Mississippi, south of Vicksburg and the home of Confederate president Jefferson Davis. The more than 1,000 acre plantation was giv...
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Grand Village of the Natchez
Grand Village of the Natchez, (22 AD 501) also known as the Fatherland Site, is a 128.1-acre (0.518 km) site encompassing a prehistoric indigenous village and earthwork mounds in present-day sout...
Grand Village of the Natchez - Wikipedia
Red Bluff (Mississippi landmark)
Red Bluff (colloquially known as Mississippi's Little Grand Canyon) is a geologic feature formed by natural erosion, located in Marion County, Mississippi, and is a popular tourist attraction.
Red...
Judge John L. Buckley House
The Judge John L. Buckley House is a house in Enterprise, Mississippi listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is built in the bungalow style. Many of the bungalows built in Cla...
Hattiesburg Zoo
The Hattiesburg Zoo (sometimes also called the Kamper Park Zoo) is a small 12-acre (4.9 ha) zoo located within Kamper Park in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA. The zoo is operated by the Hattiesbur...
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Hays House (Lorman, Mississippi)
The Hays House is an historic Greek Revival house near Lorman, Mississippi. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 10, 2009. The Hays House is one of a few "Greek Revival ...
Light and Glass Studio
Light and Glass Studio is a Jackson, Mississippi gallery specializing in photography and studio glass. Light and Glass Studio was formed by Jerri Sherer and Roy Adkins in 2006. Adkins first began s...