The city of Jackson earned the nickname of Chimneyville during the Civil War, a testament to its condition after being burned three times by marauding Union General William T. Sherman: Each time, the wooden homes would be burned to the ground, with only the stone chimneys left standing. From the ashes of war, however, a legacy of talented craftsmanship arose, and the fruits of this tradition are on daily display here. This venue sells handmade crafts by local artisans.
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