The Club Market is the museum gift shop, nameed such after a shop organized by a group of Union County women in 1937 (left) on the Courthouse lawn. In 1937 there was a need for cash income, and everything from leaves to produce to canned goods and handmade articles was sold at this curbside market.
Todays Club Market offers an array of merchandise, including unique objects Handmade in the Heart of the Hills to educational merchandise, as well as a selection of books and cards. Profit from merchandise sold supports the mission of the Society and Museum.
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Worth Savoring Cookbook
"Literary, Visual and Culinary Creations from the Hilss of North Mississippi"
Created by the Union County Historical Society, this cookbook is not only culinary but also literary, with stories and anecdotes from the a wide variety of individuals such as Senator Thad Cochran and Willie Morris; Jerry Clower and Laurie Parker and many more. But what would you expect from the birthplace of William Faulkner?
Union County is one of the hill counties in North Mississippi from which William Faulkner created his fictional country Yoknapatawpha. The creative spirit of our region is captured in this book through special foods, interesting histories and photographs, lasting traditions and fond memories all - Worth Savoring...
Other Titles in our Bookstore:
Other Books on our Shelves:
Rowland’s Military History of Mississippi
Going to Meet the Yankees-A History of the Bloody Sixth
Griffith’s, Barksdale’s & Humphrey’s Brigades
(the New Albany Grays Brigade)
Wyatt Waters: Painting Home
William Faulkner : The Essential Reference
The Literary 100
by Margaret Gratz
In the Southern Wild
by Joe Mac Hudspeth, Jr.
Being Dead is No Excuse
Handcrafted in the Heart of the Hills
Note cards with local scenes
Handcrafted Pottery From
Bean’s Ferry Pottery
Caldwell Forge & Enamel
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