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The Haven (c. 1843)

Location Information:
315 2nd Avenue North
Columbus, MS

Contact Information:

Phone: (662) 328.0222
Phone: (800) 327-2686


Description:

NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICT

Built by Isaac Williams and his brother, Thomas, both of whom, were “free men of color” from South Carolina. Isaac as a laborer and Thomas was a blacksmith; both were considered prosperous and had their own blacksmith shop on the corner of the property. This raised cottage is reinforced with handmade bricks, and its chimneys still stand perfectly straight after over 150 years. The broad, low-gable roof is typical of South Carolina low-country architecture.


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Whitehall (c. 1843)

Whitehall (c. 1843)

Open by appointment. Circa 1843 NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICT   This pillared mansion was built near the street, although the property extended over an entire city block; it includes gardens,…

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Lion Hills Golf Course Ladies Scramble

25 Aug 2017

This golf event is hosted by Lion Hills Center and Golf Course, 2331 Military Road,…
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Island Paddle Fest: Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard Race

26 Aug 2017

Join in the fun for the 2017 Island Paddle Fest! Saturday, August 26th. Registration begins…
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Reception honoring Rep. Tyrone Ellis

26 Aug 2017

Saturday, August 26, at 6 p.m., a reception to honor retiring State Representative Tyrone Ellis…
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