Poorhouse in The Town (Location)

Located a mile and a half from town, it is where Old Het lives: "That is, she used the poorhouse to sleep in or anyway pass most or at least part of the night in" (241).

Jefferson Female Academy in The Town (Location)

Located in Jefferson, it is an institution of higher education for women whichLinda Snopes attends for a year and a half.

Jefferson Department Store in The Town (Location)

Bringing together consumer goods that had previously been purchased in more specialized shops, department stores began appearing in the U.S. in the late 19th century. The one in Jefferson has large plate-glass windows displaying merchandise and is big enough that it has a "luggage department" (210).

Hampton's House in The Town (Location)

Located somewhere in Jefferson, Sheriff Hampton has Matt Levitt's car taken to his home.

I.O. Snopes' Pasture in The Town (Location)

Located across Jefferson from the railroad depot, this is where I.O Snopes stables and sells the mules he buys in Memphis. This is also where Buddy McCallum takes Matt Levitt and Anse McCallum to fight it out after he bails them out of jail.

Caledonia, Mississippi in The Town (Location)

Caledonia, Mississippi, is a town in Lowndes County, north of Columbus and near the Alabama border and is where Matt Levitt gets into a fight with Anse McCallum.

Ford Garage in The Town (Location)

Matt Levitt works here after he attends the "new Ford mechanic's school and the company sent him here to be a mechanic in the agency garage" (192).

New Orleans in The Town (Location)

the rumored origin of Milisandra Backus's husband who was also rumored to be a bootlegger.

Wilbur Provine's House in The Town (Location)

Located a mile and a half from the spring and creek bottom from which his wife carries water daily, Wilbur Provine's house has a "path worn smooth as a ribbon and six inches deep from his back door to the spring where he had walked it twice a day for two years until they caught him" for making moonshine (177) .

Moonshine Still in Frenchman's Bend in The Town (Location)

Owned by Wilbur Provine who supplies moonshine to the residents of Frenchman's Bend, it is "located in the creek bottom by a spring about a mile and a half from his house, with a pathway worn smooth as a ribbon and six inches deep from his back door to his spring where he had walked it twice a day for two years until they caught him" (176).

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