Salmon Rd

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Salmon Rd is also spelled Salmon Road
Pontotoc, MS
Time Zone & Current Time
Pontotoc, MS lies within the Central Standard Time (or CST). The current time in Central Standard Time is 11:05 AM on 03/02/2015.
Pontotoc, MS
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Pontotoc, MS
Population Demographics
Household Income average: $40k
Home Value average: $110k
Age majority: 30s
36 yrs old
Gender Majority: female
52% Female
47% Male
Ethnicity average: caucasian

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Occupation Majority: labor

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About Pontotoc, MS

(via Highway 278) and south of New Albany.]] Pontotoc is a city in Pontotoc County, Mississippi, United States. Pontotoc is west of the much larger city of Tupelo. The population was 5,253 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Pontotoc County. Pontotoc is a Chickasaw word meaning "Land of Hanging Grapes". The famous outlaws Jesse & Frank James and their notorious gang once hid at an old house which was used as a Union Army hospital during the Battle of Harrisburg or Battle of Tupelo. The house was located at a crossroad in east Pontotoc County, near the Lee County line. The Town Square Museum is located in the old US post office near the county courthouse. This historic building houses Pontotoc memorabilia and continues to operate as a full-service post office. A mural in the museum's lobby titled The Wedding of Ortez and SaOwana - Christmas 1540 depicts the first recorded Christian marriage on the North American continent. It was said to have occurred between Juan Ortez and Princess Saowana, daughter of Chief Uceta, of the Florida Seminole tribe. The wedding is said to have taken place in Pontotoc County during a visit by explorer Hernando de Soto. The mural was painted by Joseph Pollet in 1939 under the arts program of the Works Progress Administration (WPA). [more on Wikipedia]

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