- National Register of Historic Places listings in Mississippi
This is a list of properties and districts in Mississippi that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are 1,327 sites distributed among all of Mississippi's 82 counties.
The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below), may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".
- This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 10, 2011.
Current listings by county
The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of March 13, 2009 and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Davis' Mills Battle Site October 2, 1973 Off Mississippi Highway 7
34°58′43″N 89°15′7″W / 34.97861°N 89.25194°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 New Liberty School August 15, 1997 Junction of County Roads 427 and 428
33°53′8″N 89°13′30″W / 33.88556°N 89.225°W
Vardaman 2 West Mound December 2, 1992 Address Restricted Slate Springs
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Bynum Mound and Village Site (22CS501) July 16, 1989 Mile 232.4 on the Natchez Trace Parkway
33°53′53.16″N 88°56′53.09″W / 33.8981°N 88.9480806°W
Houston 2 Elliott-Donaldson House September 15, 1980 109 Church St.
34°0′24″N 88°45′24″W / 34.00667°N 88.75667°W
Okolona 3 Houston Carnegie Library December 22, 1978 Madison and Huddleston Sts.
33°53′47″N 89°0′3″W / 33.89639°N 89.00083°W
Houston 4 Judge Bates House May 6, 1982 S. Monroe St.
33°53′46″N 89°0′1″W / 33.89611°N 89.00028°W
Houston 5 Merchants and Farmers Bank Building May 14, 1987 423 Main St.
34°0′15″N 88°44′56″W / 34.00417°N 88.74889°W
Okolona 6 Okolona College August 9, 2002 Mississippi Highway 245, N., 1.1 miles north of its junction with Mississippi Highways 32 and 41
34°1′4″N 88°45′27″W / 34.01778°N 88.7575°W
Okolona 7 Okolona Historic District February 5, 2002 Roughly bounded by Fleming, Monroe, Buchanan, and Washington Sts.
34°0′18″N 88°45′3″W / 34.005°N 88.75083°W
Okolona 8 Owl Creek Site August 1, 1975 Along Davis Lake Rd., off the Natchez Trace Parkway and southwest of Tupelo Old Houlka 9 Thelma Mound Archaeological Site November 3, 1994 Address Restricted Houston
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Choctaw Lake Ranger House July 25, 2001 Address Restricted Ackerman 2 Col. James Drane House July 21, 1983 Natchez Trace Parkway
33°17′43″N 89°24′2″W / 33.29528°N 89.40056°W
French Camp 3 Janet's Mound January 11, 1991 Address Restricted French Camp 4 Old Natchez Trace (230-3H) November 7, 1976 South of Mathiston at Natchez Trace Parkway milepost 198
33°28′32″N 89°12′4″W / 33.47556°N 89.20111°W
Mathiston Segment of the Natchez Trace located at a Natchez Trace Parkway interpretive stop. 5 Col. John Weir House November 7, 1997 102 Ann St.
33°15′28″N 89°17′19″W / 33.25778°N 89.28861°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Covington County Courthouse December 31, 1991 Dogwood Ave.
31°38′37″N 89°33′24″W / 31.64361°N 89.55667°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Dockery House August 25, 2004 3831 Robertson Gin Rd.
34°48′11″N 90°0′38″W / 34.80306°N 90.01056°W
Hernando 2 Hernando Commerce Street Historic District August 30, 2001 Roughly along Commerce St., west of West St., S. Hernando 3 Hernando Courthouse Square District March 5, 1998 Roughly bounded by Caffey, W. Commerce, and Losher Sts., and Mississippi Highway 51
34°49′23″N 89°59′41″W / 34.82306°N 89.99472°W
Hernando 4 Hernando North Side Historic District August 30, 2001 North of Holly Springs St., east of U.S. Route 51, west of Northview St., on W. Northern St., W. Valley St., Shady Ln., and Holly Springs St.
34°49′30″N 89°59′32″W / 34.825°N 89.99222°W
Hernando 5 Hernando South Side (Magnolia) Historic District August 30, 2001 Roughly bounded by Oak Grove Rd., Magnolia Dr., W. Center St., and Church St.
34°49′12″N 89°59′27″W / 34.82°N 89.99083°W
Hernando 6 Felix Labauve House March 29, 1978 235 Magnolia Dr.
34°49′11″N 89°59′23″W / 34.81972°N 89.98972°W
Hernando 7 Miller Plantation House July 15, 1982 Miller Rd.
34°55′28″N 89°46′45″W / 34.92444°N 89.77917°W
Olive Branch 8 Robertson-Yates House June 23, 2003 5000 Robertson Gin Rd.
34°47′10″N 90°1′23″W / 34.78611°N 90.02306°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Charles Walton Beam House March 21, 1990 Junction of Bogue Chitto-Meadville Rd. and Upper Meadville-Summit Rd., 7 miles south of McCall Creek
31°25′10″N 90°40′54″W / 31.41944°N 90.68167°W
McCall Creek 2 Clear Springs Recreation Area October 28, 1999 Area of Clear Springs Lake
31°25′27″N 90°59′12″W / 31.42417°N 90.98667°W
Roxie 3 Eddiceton Bridge November 16, 1988 Spans the Homochitto River on a county road
31°29′33″N 90°47′21″W / 31.4925°N 90.78917°W
Eddiceton 4 Franklin County Courthouse December 17, 1981 Courthouse Sq.
31°28′20″N 90°53′35″W / 31.47222°N 90.89306°W
Meadville 5 Lucien Bridge June 16, 2005 Over McCall Creek, on Stewart Rd., at Lucien
31°30′40″N 90°39′59″W / 31.51111°N 90.66639°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Bilbo Basin Shell Deposit Site February 25, 1992 Eastern side of the Pascagoula River, southwest of Lucedale
30°49′20.5″N 88°44′34″W / 30.822361°N 88.74278°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Leaf River Bridge November 16, 1988 Spans the Leaf River north of McClain on a county road
31°7′39″N 88°49′1″W / 31.1275°N 88.81694°W
McClain 2 Vernal Presbyterian Church November 18, 2002 455 McInnis-Vernal Rd.
31°2′4″N 88°36′42″W / 31.03444°N 88.61167°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Belzoni Mound (22HU500) April 13, 1988 Address Restricted Belzoni 2 Jaketown Site June 19, 1973 Western side of Mississippi Highway 7, approximately 7 miles north of Belzoni
33°14′13.542″N 90°29′13.2936″W / 33.237095°N 90.487026°W
Belzoni 3 Midnight Mound Site (22HU509) April 25, 1986 Address Restricted Midnight 4 Parker-Summerfield Mound Archeological Site March 21, 1997 Address Restricted Midnight 5 Slate Archeological Site July 8, 1982 Address Restricted Lake City
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Aden Site (22Is509;22M3) December 14, 1988 Address Restricted Valley Park 2 Grace Archeological Site March 21, 2002 Address Restricted Grace 3 Mayersville Archeological Site April 29, 1980 Address Restricted Mayersville 4 Railroad Section Foreman's House December 30, 1999 No. 3 Railroad Rd.
32°38′10″N 90°51′54″W / 32.63611°N 90.865°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Pharr Mounds February 23, 1978 Mile 286.7 on the Natchez Trace Parkway
34°27′58.1″N 88°24′58″W / 34.466139°N 88.41611°W
Kirkville Extends into Prentiss County
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Archeological Site No. 22-Js-572 November 10, 1993 Address Restricted Bay Springs 2 Archeological Site No. 22JS587 March 17, 1994 Address Restricted Bay Springs 3 Graham House April 10, 2008 36 County Road 1824 Rose Hill 4 Old Jasper County Jail March 7, 1994 Mississippi Highway 503
32°1′48″N 89°2′11″W / 32.03°N 89.03639°W
Paulding 5 Montrose Presbyterian Church May 9, 2003 County Road 20
32°7′24″N 89°14′12″W / 32.12333°N 89.23667°W
Jefferson Davis County
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 1907 House February 14, 1979 East of Prentiss on Fort Stephens Rd.
31°35′34″N 89°51′32″W / 31.59278°N 89.85889°W
Prentiss 2 John Fielding Holloway House October 28, 1994 U.S. Route 84, about 450 feet east of its junction with Mississippi Highway 541, in Mount Carmel
31°38′42″N 89°47′17″W / 31.645°N 89.78806°W
Prentiss 3 Jefferson Davis County Courthouse November 10, 1994 Junction of N. Columbia Ave. and 3rd St.
31°36′2″N 89°51′55″W / 31.60056°N 89.86528°W
Prentiss 4 Stephen H. Wilkes House December 20, 2006 1522 S. Williamsburg Rd.
31°26′6″N 89°44′57″W / 31.435°N 89.74917°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Amos Deason House July 5, 1984 410 N. Deason St.
31°36′33″N 89°11′49″W / 31.60917°N 89.19694°W
Ellisville 2 Fishtrap Bluff Fishweir August 15, 1997 Address Restricted Ellisville 3 G.W.O. Site November 23, 1999 Address Restricted Lanham 4 Jones County Courthouse and Confederate Monument at Ellisville November 10, 1994 Bounded by Court, Holly, Calhoun and Ivy Sts.
31°36′14″N 89°11′42″W / 31.60389°N 89.195°W
Ellisville 5 Laurel Central Historic District September 4, 1987 Roughly bounded by 10th and 13th Sts., 1st Ave., 7th and 5th Sts., and 8th Ave.
31°41′52″N 89°7′54″W / 31.69778°N 89.13167°W
Laurel 6 New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad Depot October 31, 1995 Maple St.
31°41′32″N 89°7′39″W / 31.69222°N 89.1275°W
Laurel 7 Newell Rogers House April 20, 1987 706 N. 6th Ave.
31°41′49″N 89°8′1″W / 31.69694°N 89.13361°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Oliver House October 31, 1985 1 mile southwest of Moscow off Mississippi Highway 493
32°42′6″N 88°48′54″W / 32.70167°N 88.815°W
Moscow 2 Perkins House June 24, 1994 Murphy Hardy Rd., northwest of its junction with Mississippi Highway 493
32°42′39″N 88°49′27″W / 32.71083°N 88.82417°W
DeKalb 3 Porterville General Store March 17, 2006 Old Mississippi Highway 45
32°41′17″N 88°28′18″W / 32.68806°N 88.47167°W
Porterville 4 Sucarnoochee River Fishweir March 10, 2010 Address Restricted Porterville 5 Zion Baptist Church December 12, 2002 Little Zion Church Rd., W., 2 miles north of the Lauderdale/Kemper county line
32°36′32″N 88°52′53″W / 32.60889°N 88.88139°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Old Municipal Courtroom and Jail April 14, 2000 405 Pine St. at Railroad Ave.
31°24′56″N 89°32′40″W / 31.41556°N 89.54444°W
Sumrall 2 U.S. Post Office April 7, 1981 104 Heber Ladner Dr.
31°0′1″N 89°27′11″W / 31.00028°N 89.45306°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Jordan House November 30, 1982 E. Franklin St.
32°44′16″N 89°31′50″W / 32.73778°N 89.53056°W
Carthage 2 Robinson Road (190-191-3M) November 7, 1976 Southwest of Kosciusko
32°42′37″N 89°42′31″W / 32.71028°N 89.70861°W
Kosciusko 3 Steep Mound Site (22LK26) January 14, 1987 Address Restricted Carthage 4 U.S. Post Office April 21, 1983 201 N. Pearl St.
32°44′15″N 89°32′4″W / 32.7375°N 89.53444°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Broad Street-Church Street Historic District July 10, 2008 Roughly bounded by High School St. on the west and Pine Ave. on the east along Sumrall Rd. and Broad St.
31°15′16″N 89°49′23″W / 31.25444°N 89.82306°W
Columbia 2 Columbia North Historic District August 20, 2009 Roughly bounded by High School and N. Main Sts. on the west and Park and Branton Aves. on the east
31°15′15″N 89°49′46″W / 31.25417°N 89.82944°W
Columbia 3 Downtown Columbia Historic District June 27, 1997 Roughly bounded by Broad and Church Sts. and Meak, Honey, and Beef Alleys; also 704 and 706 Honey Alley
31°15′7″N 89°50′6″W / 31.25194°N 89.835°W
Columbia 704/706 Honey Alley represents a boundary increase of September 9, 1998 4 Ford House June 21, 1971 South of Sandy Hook on Old Columbia-Covington Rd.
31°0′44″N 89°47′11″W / 31.01222°N 89.78639°W
Sandy Hook 5 Keys Hill Historic District June 14, 1982 Broad St.
31°15′6″N 89°48′55″W / 31.25167°N 89.81528°W
Columbia 6 Lampton-Thompson-Bourne House November 5, 1998 423 Church St.
31°15′13″N 89°49′51″W / 31.25361°N 89.83083°W
Columbia 7 Marion County Courthouse and Jail March 3, 1995 Courthouse Square
31°15′2″N 89°50′6″W / 31.25056°N 89.835°W
Columbia 8 Superintendent's Home at Columbia Training School July 14, 1995 1730 Mississippi Highway 44
31°15′56″N 89°48′2″W / 31.26556°N 89.80056°W
Columbia 9 U.S. Post Office April 7, 1981 815 Main St.
31°15′15″N 89°50′8″W / 31.25417°N 89.83556°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Immanuel Episcopal Church July 27, 2005 416 Summit St.
33°28′57″N 89°44′2″W / 33.4825°N 89.73389°W
Winona 2 James C. Purnell House July 12, 1990 504 Summit St.
33°28′59″N 89°44′4″W / 33.48306°N 89.73444°W
Winona 3 Stafford's Wells Hotel September 8, 2000 Mississippi Highway 1
33°26′27″N 89°43′43″W / 33.44083°N 89.72861°W
Winona 4 U.S. Post Office April 7, 1981 306 Summit St.
33°28′57″N 89°43′48″W / 33.4825°N 89.73°W
Winona 5 Winona Commercial Historic District July 1, 1994 Roughly bounded by Magnolia St., Central Ave., Carrollton St., and Sterling Ave.
33°28′56″N 89°43′41″W / 33.48222°N 89.72806°W
Winona 6 Winona Community House March 10, 2009 113 Sterling St.
33°28′57″N 89°43′46.2″W / 33.4825°N 89.7295°W
Winona 7 Wisteria Hotel December 18, 1979 Central Ave.
33°28′56″N 89°43′36″W / 33.48222°N 89.72667°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Downtown Philadelphia Historic District April 14, 2005 Roughly bounded by Myrtle, Peachtree, Walnut, and Pecan
32°46′17″N 89°6′36″W / 32.77139°N 89.11°W
Philadelphia 2 Nanih Waiya Cave Mound May 7, 1973 Address Restricted Philadelphia 3 Neshoba County Fair Historic District April 22, 1980 Northwest of Neshoba on Mississippi Highway 21
32°42′49″N 89°12′47″W / 32.71361°N 89.21306°W
Neshoba 4 Philadelphia Historic District March 4, 1983 Holland and Poplar Aves. and Jefferson, Watkins, and Welsh Sts.
32°46′7″N 89°6′24″W / 32.76861°N 89.10667°W
Philadelphia 5 Old US Post Office (Philadelphia) June 30, 1995 523 Main St.
32°46′14″N 89°6′32″W / 32.77056°N 89.10889°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Alabama and Vicksburg Railroad Depot July 12, 1990 S. Main St.
32°19′13″N 89°9′45″W / 32.32028°N 89.1625°W
Newton 2 Boler's Inn August 2, 1999 Jackson Rd.
32°34′22″N 89°7′17″W / 32.57278°N 89.12139°W
Union 3 Chunky River Bridge March 22, 2004 Adams St.
32°19′16″N 88°55′54″W / 32.32111°N 88.93167°W
Chunky 4 Lavelle Site June 9, 1978 Address Restricted Enterprise 5 Newton County American Legion Post No. 89 Hut March 13, 2007 Mississippi Highway 15, N., 0.4 miles north of its junction with Country Club Rd. Decatur Constructed in 1934 6 Newton West Church Historic District January 20, 1980 W. Church St.
32°19′22″N 89°10′9″W / 32.32278°N 89.16917°W
Pearl River County
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Tiger Hammock Site 22 PR 594 August 1, 1985 Address Restricted Picayune
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Mahned Bridge November 24, 1997 Mahned Road over the Leaf River
31°13′28″N 89°5′6″W / 31.22444°N 89.085°W
New Augusta Constructed 1903, closed to vehicle traffic circa 1980s 2 Old Augusta Historic Site April 24, 1979 Along the Leaf River north of New Augusta
31°13′28″N 89°2′59″W / 31.22444°N 89.04972°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Lochinvar March 13, 1986 Mississippi Highway 15 south of Pontotoc
34°12′56″N 89°0′22″W / 34.21556°N 89.00611°W
Pontotoc A plantation 2 Pontotoc Historic District October 29, 1993 Roughly, along Main and Liberty Sts. between Reynolds and 8th Sts.
34°14′44″N 88°59′53″W / 34.24556°N 88.99806°W
Pontotoc 3 Treaty of Pontotoc Site July 27, 1973 Address Restricted Pontotoc
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Downtown Booneville Historic District November 5, 1998 Roughly bounded by Church, College, Court, 1st, Hotel, Main, Market, and Mill Sts.
34°39′21″N 88°33′48″W / 34.65583°N 88.56333°W
Booneville 2 Pharr Mounds February 23, 1978 Mile 286.7 on the Natchez Trace Parkway
34°27′58.1″N 88°24′58″W / 34.466139°N 88.41611°W
Kirkville Extends into Itawamba County
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Denton Site February 2, 1979 Address Restricted Denton 2 Norman Site May 2, 1975 Address Restricted Lambert 3 Posey Site (22QU500) September 11, 1986 Address Restricted Marks 4 Shady Grove Site (22QU525) September 11, 1986 Address Restricted Marks
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Lake Railroad Station July 19, 1984 Brook St.
32°20′35″N 89°19′42″W / 32.34306°N 89.32833°W
Lake 2 Moore Lookout Tower October 28, 1999 County Road 503
32°19′7″N 89°29′49″W / 32.31861°N 89.49694°W
Forest 3 Roosevelt State Park December 1, 1997 2149 Mississippi Highway 13, S.
32°18′49″N 89°40′45″W / 32.31361°N 89.67917°W
Morton 4 US Post Office-Forest March 18, 1993 119 2nd St.
32°21′45″N 89°28′21″W / 32.3625°N 89.4725°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Cary Site (22Sh507) December 14, 1988 Address Restricted Cary 2 Leist A Site (22Sh520;22N1) December 14, 1988 Address Restricted Rolling Fork 3 Rolling Fork Mounds October 18, 1974 Southwest of Rolling Fork
32°53′47″N 90°52′44″W / 32.89639°N 90.87889°W
Rolling Fork 4 Savory Site (22-Sh-518) July 28, 1988 Address Restricted Holly Bluff 5 Spanish Fort Site (22SH500) April 6, 1988 Address Restricted Holly Bluff
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Gatesville Bridge November 16, 1988 Spans the Pearl River on a county road east of Gatesville
31°59′46″N 90°13′26″W / 31.99611°N 90.22389°W
Pearl Extends into Copiah County 2 L'Dora Lewis Mound (22SI512) March 1, 1987 Address Restricted Pearl 3 Simpson County Courthouse August 29, 1985 Courthouse Square
31°57′46″N 89°52′10″W / 31.96278°N 89.86944°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Taylorsville Signal Office and Watkins General Store November 6, 1986 326 Eureka St.
31°49′42″N 89°25′39″W / 31.82833°N 89.4275°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 George Austin McHenry House November 3, 1988 McHenry Avenue at 5th Street
30°42′29″N 89°8′18″W / 30.70806°N 89.13833°W
McHenry Constructed 1895-1901, private residence
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Dockery Farms Historic District March 31, 2006 Mississippi Highway 8, E.
33°43′44″N 90°36′46″W / 33.72889°N 90.61278°W
Dockery 2 Indianola Historic District November 30, 2009 Roughly bounded by Percy St. on the north, Front to Adair on the west to Roosevelt, Roosevelt east to Front Extended and north
33°27′1.89″N 90°39′6.03″W / 33.450525°N 90.651675°W
Indianola 3 Ruleville Depot July 15, 1999 Eastern side of the railroad tracks at the junction of E. Floyce St. and N. Front St.
33°43′38″N 90°33′9″W / 33.72722°N 90.5525°W
Ruleville 4 Woodburn Bridge November 16, 1988 Spans the Big Sunflower River on a county road southeast of Indianola
33°23′15″N 90°42′21″W / 33.3875°N 90.70583°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Allison Mound (22Tl1024) December 14, 1988 Address Restricted Webb 2 Black Bayou Bridge March 21, 2011 2nd St.
33°49′26″N 90°17′38″W / 33.82389°N 90.29389°W
Glendora 3 Buford Site (22Tl501) October 15, 1986 Address Restricted Sumner 4 Dell Bullion Mound (22Tl998) December 14, 1988 Address Restricted Grenada 5 Jacks Site March 24, 1978 Address Restricted Philipp 6 Lamb-Fish Bridge May 17, 1982 East of Charleston
34°1′20″N 90°11′32″W / 34.02222°N 90.19222°W
Charleston 7 Murphey-Jennings House March 25, 1982 307 Walnut St.
33°58′1″N 90°22′10″W / 33.96694°N 90.36944°W
Sumner 8 Spivey Site December 6, 1978 Address Restricted Crowder 9 Tallahatchie County Second District Courthouse March 6, 2007 108 Main St.
33°58′13″N 90°22′10″W / 33.97028°N 90.36944°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Blue Mountain College Historic District May 23, 1979 Mississippi Highway 15
34°40′24″N 89°1′46″W / 34.67333°N 89.02944°W
Blue Mountain 2 Old US Post Office-Ripley September 8, 2000 301 N. Main St.
34°43′54″N 88°56′58″W / 34.73167°N 88.94944°W
Ripley 3 Ripley Historic District April 7, 2005 Roughly bounded by North St., Siddall St., MS, and Middle St.
34°43′53″N 88°57′0″W / 34.73139°N 88.95°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Beaverdam Site August 31, 1978 Address Restricted Evansville 2 Canon Site (22-Tu-523) January 7, 1987 Address Restricted Crenshaw 3 Dundee Site (22TU501) January 7, 1987 Address Restricted Dundee 4 Evansville Mounds (22TU502) January 7, 1987 Address Restricted Evansville 5 Hollywood Site May 19, 1972 Address Restricted Tunica 6 Johnson Cemetery Site (22TU516) January 7, 1987 Address Restricted Hollywood 7 Owens Site (22TU512) January 7, 1987 Address Restricted Evansville 8 Tunica Historic District March 17, 2006 Roughly bounded by Kestevan Alley, Mockingbird St., Cummins Ave., and the Tunica School
34°41′12″N 90°22′28″W / 34.68667°N 90.37444°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Ingomar Mound June 9, 1978 Address Restricted Ingomar 2 New Albany Downtown Historic District November 1, 1996 Roughly bounded by W. and E. Main, Camp St., and the former St. Louis – San Francisco railroad tracks
34°29′38″N 89°0′31″W / 34.49389°N 89.00861°W
New Albany 3 Union County Courthouse August 10, 1990 Bankhead St. between Court and Camp Aves.
34°29′33″N 89°0′26″W / 34.4925°N 89.00722°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 China Grove Methodist Church July 5, 1984 Mississippi Highway 585
31°12′33″N 90°3′28″W / 31.20917°N 90.05778°W
Tylertown 2 George H. Collins House March 16, 1992 615 Union Rd.
31°7′23″N 90°8′26″W / 31.12306°N 90.14056°W
Tylertown 3 New Orleans and Great Northern Railroad Depot-Tylertown April 14, 2000 Franklin Highway
31°6′54″N 90°8′26″W / 31.115°N 90.14056°W
Tylertown 4 Walthall County Courthouse and Jail November 10, 1994 200 Ball Ave.
31°7′0″N 90°8′29″W / 31.116667°N 90.14139°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Yellow Creek Bridge November 16, 1988 Spans Yellow Creek on a county road northwest of Waynesboro
31°41′49″N 88°40′13″W / 31.69694°N 88.67028°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Eupora Historic District July 20, 2011 Roughly along N. Dunn St. & W. Roane Ave.
33°32′27″N 89°16′7″W / 33.54083°N 89.26861°W
Eupora 2 Wood Home for Boys April 5, 1984 Horton St.
33°32′42″N 89°7′32″W / 33.545°N 89.12556°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 Baptist Church of Christ at Sardis March 21, 2011 Sardis Rd.
33°3′20″N 88°51′13″W / 33.05556°N 88.85361°W
Louisville vicinity 2 Downtown Louisville Historic District July 20, 2011 Bounded by Church St., W. Park St., Columbus Ave. & Mill St.
33°7′25″N 89°3′16″W / 33.12361°N 89.05444°W
Louisville 3 Foster-Fair House November 29, 2000 507 S. Columbus Ave.
33°7′4″N 89°3′9″W / 33.11778°N 89.0525°W
Louisville 4 Legion State Park November 5, 1998 635 Legion State Park Rd.
33°9′5″N 89°2′41″W / 33.15139°N 89.04472°W
Louisville 5 Old Masonic Hall February 25, 1994 311 W. Park St.
33°7′19″N 89°3′22″W / 33.12194°N 89.05611°W
Louisville 6 Nanih Waiya Mound And Village March 28, 1973 Along Mississippi Highway 393 in Nanih Waiya State Park
32°55′15″N 88°56′55″W / 32.92083°N 88.94861°W
Fearns Springs 7 Old Robinson Road April 3, 1975 16.6 miles northeast of Louisville in the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
33°16′32″N 88°49′52″W / 33.27556°N 88.83111°W
Louisville 8 Benjamin Franklin Smyth House February 25, 1994 207 Smyth Rd.
33°5′52″N 89°4′24″W / 33.09778°N 89.07333°W
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary 1 US Post Office-Water Valley April 18, 1985 2322 Main St.
34°9′9″N 89°38′7″W / 34.1525°N 89.63528°W
- ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
- ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 10, 2011.
- ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. http://nrhp.focus.nps.gov/natreg/docs/All_Data.html.
- ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/nrlist.htm. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
- ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
- ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Woodrow Wilson Bridge and Byram Bridge (Hinds and Rankin), Big Black River Battlefield and Big Black River Railroad Bridge (Hinds and Warren), French Site (22HO565) (Carroll and Holmes), Gatesville Bridge (Copiah and Simpson), Pharr Mounds (Itawamba and Prentiss), and Waverly Bridge (Clay and Lowndes).
- ^ Location derived from this National Park Service webpage
- ^ Location derived from this National Park Service webpage; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
- ^ Old Natchez Trace (No. 230-3H) (Alternate names: Path to Choctaw Nation, Chickasaw Trace, Natchez Trace), National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form for Federal Properties, prepared October 1, 1974; received March 25, 1976; entered November 7, 1976
- ^ Location derived from this Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District document, page 31; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
- ^ Location derived from Indian Mounds of Mississippi — Jaketown Site, National Park Service. Accessed 2009-10-03. The NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
- ^ Location derived from this National Park Service webpage; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
- ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
- ^ Location derived from this National Park Service webpage; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
- ^ Location derived from the GNIS feature record for Nanih Waiya State Park; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
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