Tunica County

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Abbay & Leatherman Plantation
Acres Farm; Robinsonville. Source: Tunica Co MSGenWeb Website.
(S.) Arnold Plantation, owned by S. Arnold
Blair Plantation (aka Brand Place); Blair Field (18 miles SW of Tunica). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Clark Plantation, 1880; Stubbs (24 miles SW of Tunica). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Erwin Company Farm; Robinsonville. Source: Tunica Co MSGenWeb Website.
Eureka Plantation (historical), Robinsonville
Flynn Farm, Robinsonville. Source: Tunica Co. MSGenWeb Website.
Hollywood Plantation (aka McPeak Plantation); owned by the McPeak Family. Source: "Tunica County MSGenWeb Website" photo.
Hood Plantation; owned 1885 by the Hood Family; Eagle (3 miles SW of Tunica). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Indian Creek Plantation (historical), Robinsonville
Kirby Plantation, Robinsonville
Leatherman Plantation, Robinsonville
Mary Mac Plantation (historical), Robinsonville
Nash's Landing Plantation; established 1855 by Dr. Charles E. Nash of AR; Nash's Landing (18 miles SW of Tunica). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Murphy Farm; Robinsonville. Source: Tunica Co MSGenWeb Website.
Owen Farm; Robinsonville. Source: Tunica Co MSGenWeb Website.
Plantation of Leo Lesser; owned by Leo Lesser 1905-1921; Lesser (now Hollywood). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
Schellowe Place, owned 1855-1926 by James Daniel Parmer
Tate Log House, built ca 1840; Tunica (photos: -1-; -2-; -3-; -4-; -5-; -6-; -7-; -8-; -9-; -10-; -11-; -12-; photos courtesy of Jackie & Kenneth Rhodes)
Wicker Plantation; Wicker (10 miles E of Tunica). Source: "Hometown Mississippi", James Brieger, 1997.
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