National Register of Historic Places listings in Lee County, Mississippi

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Lee County, Mississippi.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Lee County, Mississippi, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map. [1]

There are 23 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted February 21, 2020. [2]
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Current listings

[3] Name on the Register [4] Image Date listed [5] Location City or town Description
1 Baldwyn Historic District [6] July 20, 2011
( #11000471)
Roughly along E. & W. Main Sts. & N. & S. 2nd Ave.
34°30′33″N 88°38′01″W / 34.509167°N 88.633611°W / 34.509167; -88.633611 (Baldwyn Historic District)
Baldwyn
2 Brice's Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
Brice's Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
October 15, 1966
( #66000067)
6 miles west of Baldwyn on Mississippi Highway 370
34°30′24″N 88°43′44″W / 34.506667°N 88.728889°W / 34.506667; -88.728889 (Brice's Cross Roads National Battlefield Site)
Baldwyn
3 Barlow Burrow House
Barlow Burrow House
March 1, 1984
( #84002251)
157 N. 2nd St.
34°22′45″N 88°40′53″W / 34.379167°N 88.681389°W / 34.379167; -88.681389 (Barlow Burrow House)
Saltillo
4 Carnation Milk Factory
Carnation Milk Factory
August 20, 2009
( #09000624)
520 Carnation St.
34°15′14″N 88°42′34″W / 34.253889°N 88.709444°W / 34.253889; -88.709444 (Carnation Milk Factory)
Tupelo
5 R.C. Clark House November 5, 2010
( #10000883)
215 N. Church St.
34°15′31″N 88°42′31″W / 34.258611°N 88.708611°W / 34.258611; -88.708611 (R.C. Clark House)
Tupelo
6 Downtown Tupelo Historic District
Downtown Tupelo Historic District
June 2, 2014
( #14000276)
Roughly bounded by Jefferson, Madison. N. Front, & Kansas City Southern RR.
34°15′27″N 88°42′25″W / 34.257456°N 88.707005°W / 34.257456; -88.707005 (Downtown Tupelo Historic District)
Tupelo
7 First Methodist Church
First Methodist Church
March 15, 1990
( #90000348)
412 W. Main St.
34°15′28″N 88°42′27″W / 34.257778°N 88.7075°W / 34.257778; -88.7075 (First Methodist Church)
Tupelo
8 R.F. Goodlett House April 3, 1992
( #92000162)
219 Broadway
34°15′31″N 88°42′20″W / 34.258611°N 88.705556°W / 34.258611; -88.705556 (R.F. Goodlett House)
Tupelo
9 Highland Circle Historic District March 20, 2006
( #06000196)
Highland Circle neighborhood, including parts of N. Madison St., Highland Circle, Oak Grove Rd., and W. Jackson St.
34°16′01″N 88°42′43″W / 34.266944°N 88.711944°W / 34.266944; -88.711944 (Highland Circle Historic District)
Tupelo
10 Lee County Courthouse
Lee County Courthouse
April 3, 1992
( #92000161)
Court St. between Spring and Broadway
34°15′31″N 88°42′17″W / 34.258611°N 88.704722°W / 34.258611; -88.704722 (Lee County Courthouse)
Tupelo
11 Mill Village Historic District April 3, 1992
( #92000159)
Roughly bounded by the Illinois Central and St. Louis – San Francisco railroad tracks and Chestnut and Green Sts.
34°15′08″N 88°42′19″W / 34.252222°N 88.705278°W / 34.252222; -88.705278 (Mill Village Historic District)
Tupelo
12 Mutt-Thomason Site August 31, 1978
( #78001611)
Address Restricted
Tupelo
13 North Broadway Historic District
North Broadway Historic District
October 31, 1985
( #85003438)
300 block of N. Broadway St.
34°15′37″N 88°42′20″W / 34.260278°N 88.705556°W / 34.260278; -88.705556 (North Broadway Historic District)
Tupelo
14 North Church Primary School
North Church Primary School
April 3, 1992
( #92000164)
Southwestern corner of the junction of Church and Jackson Sts.
34°15′48″N 88°42′33″W / 34.263333°N 88.709167°W / 34.263333; -88.709167 (North Church Primary School)
Tupelo
15 Old Superintendent's House, Tupelo Fish Hatchery
Old Superintendent's House, Tupelo Fish Hatchery
July 14, 1992
( #92000837)
111 Elizabeth St.
34°14′55″N 88°42′07″W / 34.248611°N 88.701944°W / 34.248611; -88.701944 (Old Superintendent's House, Tupelo Fish Hatchery)
Tupelo
16 Peoples Bank and Trust Company
Peoples Bank and Trust Company
August 24, 1978
( #78001610)
211 Main St.
34°15′26″N 88°42′17″W / 34.257222°N 88.704722°W / 34.257222; -88.704722 (Peoples Bank and Trust Company)
Tupelo
17 South Church Street Historic District April 3, 1992
( #92000160)
602-713 S. Church St.
34°15′05″N 88°42′30″W / 34.251389°N 88.708333°W / 34.251389; -88.708333 (South Church Street Historic District)
Tupelo
18 Spain House
Spain House
March 21, 2011
( #11000109)
553 W. Main St.
34°15′26″N 88°42′37″W / 34.257222°N 88.710278°W / 34.257222; -88.710278 (Spain House)
Tupelo
19 F.L. Spight House
F.L. Spight House
April 3, 1992
( #92000163)
363 N. Broadway
34°15′41″N 88°42′20″W / 34.261389°N 88.705556°W / 34.261389; -88.705556 (F.L. Spight House)
Tupelo
20 Stewart-Anderson House
Stewart-Anderson House
June 24, 1994
( #94000644)
433 N. Church St.
34°15′45″N 88°42′34″W / 34.2625°N 88.709444°W / 34.2625; -88.709444 (Stewart-Anderson House)
Tupelo
21 Tombigbee State Park March 25, 1999
( #99000382)
Mississippi Highway 2 off U.S. Highway 78, southeast of Tupelo
34°13′51″N 88°37′24″W / 34.230833°N 88.623333°W / 34.230833; -88.623333 (Tombigbee State Park)
Tupelo
22 Tupelo Homesteads
Tupelo Homesteads
February 7, 1997
( #97000035)
County Roads 657 and 665 and County Drive 647, south of its junction with the Natchez Trace Parkway
34°19′34″N 88°42′27″W / 34.326111°N 88.7075°W / 34.326111; -88.7075 (Tupelo Homesteads)
Tupelo
23 Tupelo National Battlefield
Tupelo National Battlefield
October 15, 1966
( #66000068)
On Mississippi Highway 6 about 1 mile west of its junction with U.S. Route 45
34°15′19″N 88°44′14″W / 34.255278°N 88.737222°W / 34.255278; -88.737222 (Tupelo National Battlefield)
Tupelo

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on February 21, 2020.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Weekly list of actions taken on properties: 7/18/11 through 7/22/11". National Park Service. July 29, 2011. Retrieved September 14, 2012.