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Corinth, MS - Fish Pond House

The Fish Pond House on Kilpatrick Street in Corinth, Mississippi was built in 1857 by I. P. Young for his daughter, Mattie V. Neeley. The name “Fish Pond” comes from a non-extant architectural feature on the roof which collected rainwater in a container similar to a cistern. An ornate wooden railing surrounded it. Generals P.G.T. Beauregard and John C. Breckenridge used the home as headquarters at different times in 1862 before Confederate forces withdrew from Corinth. It is privately owned. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.
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Corinth, MS - Fish Pond House