Port Gibson Street
Raymond, MS 39154
This cemetery contains graves of soldiers mortally wounded in the Battle of Raymond, fought May 12, 1863. The soldiers are mostly from the Third Tennessee and the Seventh Texas infantries. In 1985, a total of 109 Confederate dead were identified; the remaining graves hold unknown soldiers.
Raymond, Mississippi | Built in 1857-59, the courthouse was used as a hospital for Confederate wounded and later occupied by Union troops following...
Driving Tour of Historic Raymond
Raymond, Mississippi | This scenic and historic driving tour features three structures that stand as a reminder of the Battle of Raymond, fought...
St. Marks Episcopal Church
Raymond, Mississippi | Organized in 1837 and built in 1854, St. Marks is the only antebellum church remaining in Raymond.
Old Capitol Museum of Mississippi History
Jackson, Mississippi | This building was the site of Mississippi's Secession Convention, January 1861, and it continued as the seat of state...