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Property Name Orange Avenue Historic District Boundary Increase
Reference Number 13000739
State Mississippi
County Jackson
Town Pascagoula
Street Address 600 and 700 block of Live Oak Street
Multiple Property Submission Name Historic Resources of Pascagoula, Mississippi
Status Listed 9/18/2013
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000739.pdf
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The Orange Avenue Historic District Boundary Extension No. 1 is significant under Criterion C for Architecture. The historic district contains locally significant examples of Folk Victorian and Colonial Revival style houses. The buildings reflect regional trends in architectural development extending from the late-nineteenth century to 1945.

 

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