Mississippi Courthouses

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Coahoma County Courthouse

Photos of the Coahoma County Courthouse in Clarksdale, Mississippi. The Clarksdale courthouse, a brick modern structure, was designed by Hanker And Heyer. The Coahoma County Courthouse was built in 1955 and renovated in 2000.
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Copiah County Courthouse

Photos of the Copiah County Courthouse in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. Designed by J. Riely Gordon, the Hazlehurst courthouse was completed in 1903. The Copiah County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, is part of the Hazlehurst Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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DeSoto County Courthouse

Photos of the DeSoto County Courthouse in Hernando, Mississippi. Designed by Robert William Naef, the Hernando courthouse was built in 1941. The DeSoto County Courthouse, a brick Colonial Revival structure, is part of the Hernando Courthouse Square Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Hinds County Courthouse

Photos of the Hinds County Courthouse in Jackson, Mississippi. Designed by Claude H. Lindsley, the Jackson courthouse was dedicated in 1930. The Hinds County Courthouse, a granite and limestone Art Deco structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Lafayette County Courthouse

Photos of the Lafayette County Courthouse in Oxford, Mississippi. Designed by Spires Boling, the Oxford courthouse was built in 1872 and was expanded in 1952-53. The Lafayette County Courthouse, a stucco Greek Revival and Italianate structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Lincoln County Courthouse

Photos of the Lincoln County/Brookhaven Government Complex in Brookhaven, Mississippi. The modern structure, built in 1978 and designed by Hartz And Earls and William Lack, houses the governments of both Lincoln County (including serving as the Lincoln County courthouse) and the City of Brookhaven.
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Panola County Courthouse (Batesville)

Photos of the Panola County Courthouse in Batesville, Mississippi. Batesville is one of two county seats for Panola County; Sardis is also a county seat and has its own courthouse. The Batesville courthouse was designed by Pritchard And Nickles. The Panola County Courthouse, a brick structure, was built in 1967.
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Panola County Courthouse (Sardis)

Photos of the Panola County Courthouse in Sardis, Mississippi. Sardis is one of two county seats for Panola County; Batesville is also a county seat and has its own courthouse. The Sardis courthouse was designed by Pritchard And Nickles. The Panola County Courthouse, a brick structure, was built in 1974.
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Pike County Courthouse

Photos of the Pike County Courthouse in Magnolia, Mississippi. Built in 1882, the Magnolia courthouse was remodeled in 1918 by Xavier A. Kramer to its present appearance. The Pike County Courthouse, a Classical Revival structure, is part of the Southtown Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Quitman County Courthouse

Photos of the Quitman County Courthouse in Marks, Mississippi. The Marks courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was designed by Chamberlain And Company. The Quitman County Courthouse was built in 1911.
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Tallahatchie County Courthouse (Charleston)

Photos of the Tallahatchie County Courthouse in Charleston, Mississippi. Charleston is one of two county seats for Tallahatchie County; Sumner is also a county seat and has its own courthouse. The Charleston courthouse was designed by Brewer, Godbold And Associates. The Tallahatchie County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1975.
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Tallahatchie County Courthouse (Sumner)

Photos of the Tallahatchie County Courthouse in Sumner, Mississippi. Sumner is one of two county seats for Tallahatchie County; Charleston is also a county seat and has its own courthouse. The Sumner courthouse, designed by William S. Hull, was built in 1910 and was the site of the Emmett Till murder trial in 1955. The Tallahatchie County Courthouse, a brick Romanesque Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Tate County Courthouse

Photos of the Tate County Courthouse in Senatobia, Mississippi. Designed by James Bartholomew Cook, the Senatobia courthouse was built in 1876. The Tate County Courthouse, a brick Italian Gothic structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Tunica County Courthouse

Photos of the Tunica County Courthouse in Tunica, Mississippi. Built in 1923, the Tunica courthouse was designed by Frank P. Gates. The Tunica County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, is part of the Tunica Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Yalobusha County Courthouse (Water Valley)

Photos of the Yalobusha County Courthouse in Water Valley, Mississippi. Water Valley is one of two county seats for Yalobusha County; Coffeeville is also a county seat and has its own courthouse. The Water Valley courthouse was designed by Walter Chamberlain. The Yalobusha County Courthouse, a brick Classical Revival structure, was built in 1897.