Latoka, built in 1839, is named after a legendary Chickasaw princess who once lived in the area.
The Arthur-McDowell House stood for many years between Airliewood and Montrose in Holly Springs.
Burton Place, built in 1848, sits on a large lot in Holly Springs, surrounded by its cast-iron fence.
Randalia is the abandoned former President’s home of Mississippi Industrial College.
Catherine Hall, part of the Mississippi Industrial College,also incorporated an earlier antebellum house. It was destroyed in 2012.
Rust College is an influential historically African-American college, founded in 1866.
The Alcorn County Courthouse, in Corinth, was built in 1918 in the Neo-Classical style.
Corinth, Mississippi, famously known as the “Crossroads of the Confederacy”, sits in the northeast corner of the Mississippi hill country.
Built around its religious college, Blue Mountain is a small town in the heart of the hill country.
Holly Springs is one of the great historical and architectural gems of Mississippi’s hill country.