Tishomingo County

(R.G.) Adams House, built 1913 by R.G. Adams after his former home was destroyed in a storm on March 13, 1913. Adams purchased this land Dec 1906 from B.H. Deaton. Source: American Memory Project, LOC. Data pages: HABS No. MS-173. Mackeys Creek vicinity, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Allen Line Schoolteacher's House, built ca 1926 for Harold Goodwin, principal and teacher of the Allen Line School. The two acres of land was sold by W.N. Adams for $20.00 to the trustees of the school on Oct. 21, 1924; Marietta & Jacinto Road, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(R.C.) Brinkley House (aka Dunrobin); Eastport St., Iuka
Butler Dogtrot, built between 1866 and 1879 by William Butler and son, James. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(James T.) Butler House, built 1913 as written in blue on the chimney at the east end of the house. It was the home of James T. Butler, born 1855 and died 1957. He was the oldest citizen in Tishomingo County at the time of his death. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Castle Garden, built before the Civil War by Thomas Paden; Paden (3 miles NW of Tishomingo. Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
(J.M.) Coman House; Quitman St., Iuka
(James S.) Davis House; Meigg St., Iuka
(James H.) Doan House; Quitman St., Iuka
(Billie) Eaton House, built mid-to-late 1890s presumably by Billie Eaton. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo 1, photo 2 courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(J.E. "Tobe") Eaton House, mentioned in the data pages for Billie Eaton's House on LOC website. Source: American Memory Project, LOC. Data pages for JE Eaton's House: HABS Tenn-Tom Inventory No. Bay Springs Tract 617. Tishomingo
(John) Eaton House, mentioned in the data pages for Billie Eaton's House on LOC website. Source: American Memory Project, LOC. Data pages for John Eaton's House: HABS No. MS-177. Tishomingo
(R.D.) Edwards House; Indian Creek Rd., Iuka
Gardner's Store (historical), Belmont
(G.P.) Hammerly House; Quitman St., Iuka
Hamptons Mill (historical), Yellow Creek
(Nancy Belle) Holley House, built during the summer of 1904 on land Nancy Belle Holley purchased from her father, Will H. Shackelford, after the death of her husband, James Franklin Holley. Source: American Memory Project, LOC. Data pages: HABS No. MS-178. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo 1, photo 2 courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(J.C.) Jourdan House; Eastport St., Iuka
Merrill-Newhardt House; Quitman St., Iuka
Reid House; Eastport St, Iuka
(A. L.) Riddle House, built ca 1860s and used as a school after the Civil War. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
(M. V.) Riddle Barn, built ca 1860s by M.V. Riddle and neighbors; Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
Stone-Reid House; Eastport St, Iuka
(John R.) Trimm Barn, built ca 1940 for John Trimm. The land was previously owned from 1911-1924 by the McDougals. Old Natchez Trace, Tishomingo (photo courtesy of American Memory Project, Library of Congress)
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