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    • Lea-Griffin-Dortch house

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Monroe Female Institute (Aberdeen, Miss.); Lea, Addison, 1813-1859; Griffin, Lewis Lawrence, 1794-1867
    • The Griffin-Dortch house in Aberdeen, built c. 1851 on Commerce and Hickory, and named for General Lewis Lawrence Griffin (1794-1867). Originally built for Rev. Addison Lea (1813-1859), who ran the Monroe Female Institute in a separate building on...
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    • Lea-Griffin-Dortch house and Confederate monument

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Monroe Female Institute (Aberdeen, Miss.); Lea, Addison, 1813-1859; Griffin, Lewis Lawrence, 1794-1867
    • The Griffin-Dortch house in Aberdeen, built circa 1851 on Commerce and Hickory, and named for General Lewis Lawrence Griffin (1794-1867). Originally built for Rev. Addison Lea (1813-1859), who ran the Monroe Female Institute in a separate building...
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    • Bradford home postcard

    • Monroe County (Miss.); Dwellings; Architecture, Georgian; Bradford, Benjamin M.
    • Postcard photograph of the Bradford Home in the community of Gladneyville, near Aberdeen, Mississippi, built c. 1855 and torn down c. 1960. Built in the Georgian style by General Benjamin M. Bradford.
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    • Bradford home

    • Monroe County (Miss.); Dwellings; Architecture, Georgian; Bradford, Benjamin M.
    • The Bradford Home in the community of Gladneyville, near Aberdeen, Mississippi, built c. 1855 and torn down c. 1960. Built in the Georgian style by General Benjamin M. Bradford.
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    • The Old Homestead

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • The Old Homestead, on the corner of Commerce and Long Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in 1852 by Dr. George Augustus Sykes (1805-1874).
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    • Gattman house

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • The Gattman House in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built circa 1860, demolished in 1984.
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    • Gattman house

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • The Gattman House in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built circa 1860, demolished in 1984.
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    • Nuclear Submarine

    • Submarines.; USS Barb (SSN-596)--Photographs.; Nuclear submarines.; Shipbuilding--Mississippi.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Latest Mississippi built Nuclear Powered Attack Submarine, USS BARB SS(N) 596, joins Pacific fleet, 1963.
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    • Prewett Place

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Prewett Place, located on Commerce Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built in the 1840s by Colonel Abner Prewett.
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    • Parson Mann home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • The Parson Mann home in Aberdeen, Mississippi, built by Rev. Jeremiah Davis Mann (1799-1863) in 1838. Stood on the north side of Monroe Street until 1963.
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    • Gregg-Hamilton home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Hamilton, Charles Granville, 1905-
    • The Gregg-Hamilton house, built circa 1850 and formerly owned by Charles Granville Hamilton and his wife.
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    • Gregg-Hamilton home

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Hamilton, Charles Granville, 1905-
    • The Gregg-Hamilton house, built circa 1850 and formerly owned by Charles Granville Hamilton and his wife.
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    • Sanders Place

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Sanders Place, on the corner of College and James Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Built by Houston S. Gilleylen in 1898.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, ''the Cole house,'' on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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    • Holliday Haven

    • Holliday, John (1803-1881); Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Holliday Haven, built in 1850 by John Holliday and Maria Grimes Speight Holliday, daughter of Senator Jesse Speight. Located on South Meridian Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi.
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    • Scuppernong

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings
    • Scuppernong, "the Cole house," on the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Street in Aberdeen, Mississippi. Probably built by Boling Clark Burnett c. 1840.
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