Sample House, Fort Adams vicinity, Wilkinson County, MS (photo
courtesy Library of Congress)
|(The) Cohen House,
ca. 1815 - Originally a tavern.
Fort Adams, Wilkinson County. (photo courtesy Library
E of Pinckneyville-Woodville Rd., Woodville. (Now a Bed
|Evans Wall House,
Fort Adams vicinity, Wilkinson County, MS. (photo
1, photo 2, photo 3,
photo 4, photo 5, photo
6 courtesy Library of Congress.)
|Forest Home Plantation,
(aka Shamrock Plantation) SW of Centreville, Centreville.
ca. 1862, Woodville - Built by an antebellum carpenter and undertaker.
1832, MS 61, Woodville Hampton Hall - Frequently featured and famous for
elliptical stairway, it was restored in 1946. Home of U. S. District Judge
David C. Bramlette.
MS 33, 4 mi. S of MS 24, Centreville
Woodville (photo 1, photo
2, photo 3, photo 4
courtesy Library of Congress.)
Fort Adams, Wilkinson County (photo courtesy Library
(aka Midway) E of Woodville on MS 24, Woodville
ca 1845, Home of Confederate General Carnot Posey, and brother James Posey,
Now bed and breakfast.
2nd South Street and Church, Woodville.
(aka Poplar Grove) E of Woodville on MS 24, Woodville. Built
by Samuel and Jane Davis, parents of Jefferson Davis, in 1810. (photo
1; photo 2; photo
3, courtesy Kenneth and Jackie Rhodes.)
see Forrest Home Plantation
(aka Salisbury-Shepherd House.) Off Woodville Rd., Woodville (photo
1, photo 2, photo
3 courtesy Library of Congress)
located thirty-first degree of north latitude upon the MS River. In 1849, the
plantation experienced a cholera outbreak and 30 slaves died from the disease.
Source: Mississippi The Heart of the South - By Dunbar Rowland,
Director of the Mississippi State Department of Archives and History.
Vol. II Illustrated. Chicago-Jackson; The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1925.
to Plantation Table of Contents
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