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The Canton multipurpose & equine Indoor & outdoor arenas, stalls, parking & rv / living quarter hook-ups, banquet hall, commercial kitchen, conference rooms. The entire facility may be rented, call us to discuss your event and what we can do to make your event successful.
We have been in business since 1975, selling a wide selection of antiques and collectables. Our store has had several additions over the years and now has almost 10,000 square feet of floor space. Our store has a selection of glassware of all descriptions, ironware, old tools, granny ware, furniture, primitives, Victorian, turn-of-the-century oak, arts and crafts, depression era and pieces from the 50’s and later. Also stoneware, and a library containing thousands of books, magazines, comic books, paper backs, 45 33 and 78 records and a variety of newspapers.
We specialize in Furniture Restoration and Refinishing and will work with you to preserve your treasured pieces, feel free to call us with any questions you may have.
On April 22, 1864, Col. John Griffith of the 11th and 17th Consolidated Arkansas infantry led a Confederate cavalry and artillery detachment to attack the Union tincad Petrel.
Collection of Mississippi pottery, artifacts and archaeological research materials.
Built in 1876, this stucco and brick structure stands at the center of the enchanting square in the center of town. It was the site of the Carrollton Courthouse Riot of 1886, on which the fictional “Blood for Molasses” was based.
Built in 1876, this stucco and brick structure stands at the center of the enchanting square in the center of town. It was the site of the Carrollton Courthouse riot of 1886, on which the fictional "Blood for Molasses" was based.
The Gothic Revival Carrollton Baptist Church was built in 1894. The sanctuary contains the original handcrafted pews and a shell-formed pulpit that produces wonderful acoustics.
The Carrollton Community House is a fine example of WPA construction and architecture. Built in 1936, it is constructed of native pine logs.
Carrollton Methodist Church was built in 1885 by the congregation that organized in 1836. It is in the Carpenter Gothic and Italianate styles. Its peaked windows are a vernacular interpretation of Gothic arches.
Constructed in 1897, the church is in the Carpenter Gothic style with angular windows, a tower, and an octagonal spire with corner pinnacles. The alter and pulpit were made from local walnut wood by an early pastor. For as long as anyone can remember, instead of pews the sanctuary has had wooden opera seats.
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