Oxford, Mississippi

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1. Oxford Mississippi.com - sights, sounds, and stories of Oxford
2. The University of Mississippi Campus in 1861
3. Oxford, Mississippi - Wikipedia
History of Oxford

(5-01) Rowan Oak, Old Taylor Road, 1/2 mile south of town square. Home of novelist William Faulkner, whose fictional Col. Sartoris was based on his great-grandfather, C.S.A. Col. William Falkner
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(11-01) University of Mississippi "Ole Miss." Lyceum, which is the main building on campus. The central section is the original, the wings were added later.  It was built in the 1840's. It is used for offices of the Chancellor and vice Chancellor
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(11-01) One of the original building on campus.  It is just to the right of the Lyceum around the circle at the center of campus.  It's called the "Y" building and houses International Studies Department
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(2-03) Close-up Confederate Monument at the front of the circle

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