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After the original Chickasaw Indians were relocated from the land that would become Holly Springs, rich soil and a burgeoning cotton industry turned the settlement into a trading center off of the Mississippi Central Railroad for nearby plantations. Though the town’s prime location for exchange and storage of supplies led much of it to be torched by the North during the Civil War, visitors can still tour what remains and was rebuilt: the lush gardens, 100-some-year-old churches, and beautiful antebellum architecture, many of which offer tours and testament to the town’s history.
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