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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Anna Site
The Anna Site (22 AD 500) is a prehistoric Plaquemine culture archaeological site located in Adams County, Mississippi 10 miles (16 km) north of Natchez. It is the type site for the Anna Phase (1...
Anna Site - Wikipedia
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty Site
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty Site was a Choctaw Indian gathering place that is significant for being the location of the treaty signing that led to the removal of Choctaws from the east to the west of ...
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty Site - Wikipedia
Highland Park Dentzel Carousel and Shelter Building
The Highland Park Dentzel Carousel and Shelter Building is a carousel and building in Highland Park in Meridian, Mississippi. Manufactured about 1896 for the 1904 St. Louis Exposition by the Dentzel C...
Highland Park Dentzel Carousel and Shelter Building - Wikipedia
Beauvoir (Biloxi, Mississippi)
The Beauvoir estate is notable as the historic post-war home (1876-1889) of the former President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, (1807/08-1889), (who was also former U.S. Repre...
Beauvoir (Biloxi, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
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
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
Mississippi School of the Arts
The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) is an upper high school of literary, visual, and performing arts on the historic Whitworth College Campus in Brookhaven, Mississippi, about sixty miles (100...
Mississippi School of the Arts - Wikipedia
I. T. Montgomery House
I. T. Montgomery House in West Main Street, Mound Bayou, Mississippi, USA, was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and a Mississippi Landmark in 2003. It was the home of Isaiah Thornton Mont...
I. T. Montgomery House - Wikipedia
Mississippi Governor's Mansion
The Mississippi Governor's Mansion is a historic U.S. residence in Jackson, Mississippi, located at 300 East Capitol Street. It is the second oldest executive residence in the United States that has b...
Mississippi Governor's Mansion - Wikipedia
Commercial Bank and Banker's House
Commercial Bank and Banker's House, also known as First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Banker's House, built in 1833, is an historic Greek Revival style building located on a parcel lying between Ma...
Commercial Bank and Banker's House - Wikipedia
Rowan Oak
Rowan Oak, also known as William Faulkner House, is William Faulkner's former home in Oxford, Mississippi. It is a primitive Greek Revival house built in the 1840s by Robert Sheegog. Faulkner purchas...
Rowan Oak - Wikipedia
Emerald Mound Site
The Emerald Mound Site (22 AD 504), also known as the Sellerstown site, is a Plaquemine culture Mississippian period archaeological site located on the Natchez Trace Parkway near Stanton, Mississippi,...
Emerald Mound Site - Wikipedia
Monmouth (Natchez, Mississippi)
Monmouth is a historic antebellum home located in Natchez, Mississippi on a 26-acre (11 ha) lot. It was built in 1818 by John Hankinson and inhabited by John A. Quitman, a former Governor of Miss...
Monmouth (Natchez, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
Longwood (Natchez, Mississippi)
Longwood, also known as Nutt's Folly, is an historic antebellum octagonal mansion located at 140 Lower Woodville Road in Natchez, Mississippi, USA. The mansion is on the U.S. National Register of Hist...
Longwood (Natchez, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
Holly Bluff Site
The Holly Bluff Site (22 YZ 557), sometimes known as the Lake George Site, and locally as “The Mound Place,”) is an archaeological site that is a type site for the Lake George phase of the prehistoric...
Holly Bluff Site - Wikipedia
Stanton Hall
Stanton Hall, also known as Belfast, is an Antebellum Classical Revival mansion in Natchez, Mississippi built during 1851-1857 for Frederick Stanton, a cotton broker. It occupies a full block on High ...
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Waverley (West Point, Mississippi)
Waverley is a mansion in Clay County, Mississippi, 10 miles east of West Point.It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1973. A statement at that time by the National Park Service read: The a...
Waverley (West Point, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
Eudora Welty House
The Eudora Welty House at 1119 Pinehurst Street in Jackson, Mississippi was the home of author Eudora Welty for nearly 80 years. It was built by her parents in 1925. In it she did all her writing, in ...
Eudora Welty House - Wikipedia
Hester Site
Hester Site, with two components known as Hester-Standifer Creek Site (22 MO 569) and Beachum-Harrison Site (22 MO 1011), is an archaeological site in Monroe County, Mississippi. It is a multicomponen...
Jaketown Site
Jaketown Site (22 HU 505) is an archaeological site with two prehistoric earthwork mounds in Humphreys County, Mississippi, United States. While the mounds have not been excavated, distinctive potter...
Jaketown Site - Wikipedia
Old Mississippi State Capitol
The Old Mississippi State Capitol, also known as Old Capitol Museum or Old State Capitol, served as the Mississippi statehouse from 1839 until 1903. The old state capitol was added to the National Re...
Old Mississippi State Capitol - Wikipedia
House on Ellicott's Hill
House on Ellicott's Hill, also known as Connelly's Tavern, James Moore House, or Gilreath's Hill, is a historic house in Natchez, Mississippi. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and ...
House on Ellicott's Hill - Wikipedia
Mississippian culture pottery
Mississippian culture pottery is the ceramic tradition of the Mississippian culture (800 to 1600 CE) found as artifacts in archaeological sites in the American Midwest and Southeast. It is often chara...
Mississippian culture pottery - Wikipedia
Port Gibson Battle Site
Port Gibson Battle Site is the location of the Battle of Port Gibson in the American Civil War.It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005.An extensive account of the Battle of Port Gibson is...
Rosalie Mansion
Rosalie Mansion is a historic pre-Civil War mansion in Natchez, Mississippi, significant for its Greek Revival style influence on Antebellum architecture in the greater region. During the American Ci...
Rosalie Mansion - Wikipedia
Charles McLaran House
Charles McLaran House, also known as Riverview, is a historic mansion in Columbus, Mississippi.It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001.It is located at 514 Second Street South, in Columbu...
Charles McLaran House - Wikipedia
Lucius Q. C. Lamar House
The Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar House, also known as Lucius Q. C. Lamar House is a site significant for its association with Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar (II), who lived there while a Congres...
Lucius Q. C. Lamar House - Wikipedia
Melrose (Natchez, Mississippi)
Melrose is a 15,000 square feet (1,400 m) mansion, located in Natchez, Mississippi, that is said to reflect "perfection" in its Greek Revival design. The 80-acre (320,000 m) estate is now p...
Melrose (Natchez, Mississippi) - Wikipedia
Siege of Corinth
The Siege of Corinth (also known as the First Battle of Corinth) was an American Civil War battle fought from April 29 to May 30, 1862, in Corinth, Mississippi. The town was a strategic point at the j...
Pemberton's Headquarters
Pemberton's Headquarters, also known as Willis-Cowan House, is a two-story brick house that served as the headquarters for Confederate General John C. Pemberton during most of the 47 day siege of Vick...
Pemberton's Headquarters - Wikipedia