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Tallahatchie County
Mississippi

Tallahatchie County information, links, and neighbors

Tallahatchie County information:

   Population: 15,378 (2010); 14,903 (2000); 15,210 (1990)
   Land area 644 square miles.
   County seats: Charleston and Sumner

Links:

   Wikipedia article on Tallahatchie County
   Histopolis page for Tallahatchie County
   Tallahatchie County Courthouse images from postcards at CourthouseHistory.com
   Capital Impact: Tallahatchie County -- officials, addresses, and political, economic, education data
   Tallahatchie County MSGenWeb page -- genealogical, historical information and queries
(if this link doesn't work, find the new one through the USGenWeb national site).
   Tallahatchie County page at Interment.Net (Cemetery Records Online).

Neighboring areas:

   Northeast: Panola County
   East: Yalobusha County
   Southeast: Grenada County
   Southwest: Leflore County; Sunflower County
   Northwest: Coahoma County; Quitman County

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