ⓘ Arcola, Mississippi

                                     

ⓘ Arcola, Mississippi

According to linguist Keith Baca, the name Arcola may be derived from the Choctaw language meaning "jar".

In 1900-ies, Leroy Percy was owned by trail lake plantation, South plantation, near Apollo.

In his Travel book 2015 right in the Deep South: four seasons in the country, author Paul Theroux describes him as a "Ghost town".

                                     
  • County Arcola Louisiana, an inhabited place in Tangipahoa Parish Arcola Minnesota, an unincorporated community in Washington County Arcola Mississippi a
  • west - southwest of Tribbett and approximately 4.9 miles 7.9 km east of Arcola along Mississippi Highway 438. Dusty Brown, musician who played the blues harp under
  • Retrieved July 18, 2018. Mississippi Department of Transportation 2005 Arcola Mississippi PDF Map c. 1: 5, 004. Mississippi Department of Transportation
  • community located in Washington County, Mississippi Tribbett is approximately 10 miles 16 km northeast of Arcola and 8 miles 13 km southeast of Leland
  • District Western Line School District Private Schools Deer Creek School Arcola Greenville Christian School Saint Joseph Catholic High School Greenville
  • Washington County, Mississippi Burdett is near Old Highway 61 on Burdett Road and is approximately 10 miles 16 km north - northwest of Arcola and approximately
  • community located in Washington County, Mississippi McCutcheon is approximately 2.6 miles 4.2 km south of Arcola and 5.3 miles 8.5 km north of Hollandale
  • through the following communities: Metcalfe, Stoneville, Leland, Burdett, Arcola Hollandale, Panther Burn, Nitta Yuma, Anguilla, Rolling Fork, Cary, Onward
  • along the eastern edge of the Mississippi embayment. It is a unit of the Selma Group and consists of the upper Arcola Limestone Member and an unnamed
  • in the above school district Deer Creek School Mississippi a private school in Arcola Mississippi Deer Creek Elementary School, a public school in