Woodville – a  unique, charming and historic town – one of the oldest in Mississippi, is set among the picturesque rolling hills and pastures of Wilkinson County,  just north of the Louisiana-Mississippi border in the southwest corner of the state.It was incorporated in 1811,after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and not long before Mississippi’s admission to the United States in 1817.

It stands along the historic corridor between St. Francisville, LA, 24 miles to the south and Natchez, MS, 34 miles to the north. Since pre-colonial times, communities within this corridor have been linked, first by the Lower Natchez Trace, a footpath and portage that served the east bank of the Mississippi River, and now by U. S. Highway 61, the “Blues Highway,”where America’s music originated.

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