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South 4th Street, Columbus, Mississippi 39701, United States
Friendship Cemetery was the site of the original observance that led to America’s Memorial Day.  ...
116 N Main St, Pontotoc, Mississippi 38863, United States
A burial site of Civil War soldiers, and Ruby Elzy, African-American opera singer who appeared on...
309 North 16th Street, Oxford, Mississippi 38655, United States
A few blocks northeast of the Square, the old Oxford Cemetery is nestled in the rolling hills of ...
219 East Main Street, Okolona, Mississippi 38860, United States
Soldiers who died in Civil War Battles of Okolona, Baldwyn, Corinth and Shiloh were laid to rest ...
East Elder Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi 38635, United States
This cemetery is the burial site of 11 Confederate Generals including Confederate Maj. Gen. Edwar...
1551 Horton Street, Corinth, Mississippi 38834, United States
Corinth National Cemetery was established in 1866 for approximately 2,300 Union casualties of the...
318 College Street, Columbus, Mississippi 39701, United States
Tennessee Williams’ grandfather, Rev. Walter Dakin, was rector at St. Paul’s.
503 Hwy 25, Aberdeen, Mississippi 39730, United States
Lifeboat Church, where Howlin’ Wolf sang as a boy, and St. Peter’s United Methodist Church, estab...
339 County Road 102, Oxford, Mississippi 38655, United States
The sanctuary, built in 1844, is the oldest Presbyterian structure in North Mississippi and the o...
Water Street, Grenada, Mississippi 38901, United States
c. 1868. The oldest African-American church in Grenada and site of Civil Rights meetings.
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