Court Street in Jackson is part of the original layout of the town, begining about 1860. You can walk it as part of the historic walking tour of the old downtown. The street, like all the streets in this part of town, is quite narrow but does allow cars.
St. Patrick's Church is on Court Street as well as the Native Sons' Hall. Both were built after the disastrous fire of 1862. The law office, built in 1860, was brick and it survived the fire - thus saving records of the very early history of the town.
It is interesting to wander amongst the rustic old buildings.
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