Oaks House Museum, Jackson, MS Photos

The Oaks House Museum was built in 1846 for James H. Boyd, Mayor of Jackson. The house survived the Civil War with the notable occupant Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman.

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Oaks House Museum occupied by Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. Jackson, MS.Entrance hall of Oaks House with horsehide couch from Abe Lincoln's law office. Jackson, MS.Dining room of Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Sideboard with china in dining room of Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.
Oaks House Museum (1846) (823 N. Jefferson St.) occupied by Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman. Jackson, MS. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.Entrance hall of Oaks House with horsehide couch from Abe Lincoln's law office. Jackson, MS.Dining room of Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Sideboard with china in dining room of Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.
China bowl painted with flowers in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Bed with turned posts in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Two-toned antique dresser in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Roll-front writing desk in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.
China bowl painted with flowers in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Bed with turned posts in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Two-toned antique dresser in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Roll-front writing desk in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.
Card table in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Chairs in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Wash basin & pitcher atop dresser in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.
Card table in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Chairs in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.Wash basin & pitcher atop dresser in Oaks House Museum. Jackson, MS.

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