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c. 1857. Gothic Revival Church made of stone on terraced knoll. Oldest Episcopal Church in Mississippi. One of many historic structures on a scenic-loop tour.
Church is on the National Register of Historic Places. Features six rare Tiffany stained-glass windows. Only 11 of such windows exist in Mississippi.
A self-guided driving tour showcasing key buildings, churches and other sites significant to the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi.
c.1910 Quitman Train Depot houses the Clarke County Chamber of Commerce
Large modern facility with two meeting rooms and seating capacity for 1500.
Visit the historic passenger train depot built in the 1920's in the town known for its contribution to the Blues. The former waiting rooms and ticket office are now available for rent for events.
Tributes set in downtown sidewalk in recognition of our local citizens who have won national and international acclaim. To date, plaques have honored Charlie & Perian Conerly, John Clark,Muddy Waters, Ike Turner, Tennessee Williams, Big Jack Johnson, Dr. Aaron Henry, Super Chikan, Son House, Sam Cooke, and Early Wright.
c. 1857. Clarmount Baptist traces its beginnings to 1857, when the congregation purchased land in Giles Bottom. The church moved from the low river lands to their present site a few years afterwards.
Decorative handmade pottery, known for unique designs that differentiate from other local lines. Ever changing, Tab strives to be a trend setter, pushing the clay to its limits. Member of the Craftsman's Guild of Mississippi.
c. 1915. One of the oldest surviving buildings in Cleveland. Serves as the the only special library for literacy education in the state. Local railroad history and literacy exhibits.
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