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(662) 513-6071
616 North 14th Street • Hours: Thur.-Sun. 2-5pm
House is also open by appointment for group tours.


Spring Harvest Supper at Woodson Ridge Farms benefitting the Lamar Legacy endowment and educational programming on Sunday, April 7 at Woodson Ridge Farms from 4pm-7pm, hosted by Luke and Elizabeth Heiskell.

Luke is the great, great, great grandson of L.Q.C. Lamar and Elizabeth is lead culinary instructor at Viking Cooking School. Through their generosity, all proceeds will benefit the Lamar Legacy endowment and educational programming.

Woodson Ridge Farms spring vegetables will highlight dinner after wine tasting from Kiamie Package Store, Cathead Vodka signature cocktails, or beer courtesy of the Clark Beverage Group, all accompanied by musical entertainment. A limited number of dinner guests can be accommodated so don’t delay in reserving your place! Tickets are $75/person.

Purchasing options:
• Include the ticket cost along with your membership fee for Lamar Legacy Friends and your tickets will be waiting for you at the Friends table on April 7th.
• Buy in person at the Powerhouse from 9 – 5 Monday – Friday. Or call the Powerhouse at 236-6429 and charge your tickets.
• Buy online at www.brownpapertickets.com. Look for Lamar Legacy Fundraiser.









Explore the politics of secession and reunion at the L.Q.C. Lamar House Museum in Oxford, Mississippi.

The L.Q.C. Lamar House is a remarkable place. Its meticulous restoration has revealed a handsome, though modest, Greek Revival structure worthy of preservation. It was home to Lucius Lamar while he reflected on defeat and resolved to work for reconciliation between North and South. As Oxford, Mississippi rose from the ashes, Lamar prepared to become a statesman in this house. Later, the house was Senator Lamar’s retreat from the demands of Washington.





L. Q. C. Lamar's Career:
  • U.S. Congressman before and after the Civil War
    U.S. Senator
    Secretary of the Interior under Grover Cleveland
    U.S. Supreme Court Justice
  • “My Countrymen! Know one another, and you will love one another!”
    –Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar, April 27, 1874, United States House of Representatives





The mission of the L.Q.C. Lamar House is to interpret the life and career of the distinguished 19th Century statesman L.Q.C. Lamar within the context of his times and to encourage the ideal of statesmanship in the 21st century.