Iuka, Mississippi was founded in 1857 when the Memphis and Charleston Railroad came through northeast…
Ripley, Mississippi was founded in 1837 as the county seat of the newly-created Tippah…
The town of Water Valley had its beginning in 1834, soon after this region was…
Potts Camp began life as a small trading post before the Civil War, before transitioning into an important stop on the rail line in the 1880s and finally into a small town in 1912.
Ashland, founded in 1871, is the county seat for Benton County, and was the successor to Old Salem, destroyed during the Civil War.
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.
New Albany is a vibrant small town located in the heart of the Mississippi Hill Country.
Byhalia was founded in 1838 as one of the earliest settlements in north Mississippi.