Location Information
(for the Shaw Homestead)
Name:Shaw Homestead
Address:1214 Barth Road
City/County:Poplarville vic., Pearl River County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:c.1885
No. of Stories:1
Registration Information
NR Listing Date:24 Jan 2019
View National Register Nomination Form
Easement Information
Date Signed:07-01-2009
Easement Type:Preservation/Maintenance
Book/Vol. No.:Book 1001 Pg. 530
Brief Description
One-story, three-bay dogtrot of log construction. Side-gable roof. Full-width shed-roof porch supported by paired 2x4's with central 2x4 bracing. The center passage was enclosed on the main facade and open at the rear. The three entry doors are board-and-batten. Windows are 4/4 wood DHS. The house has a log foundation, some beadboard cladding (along left/north elevation), half-dovetail notching with no visible chinking, a brick chimney, and a metal roof. The rear, full-width shed-roof porch has been partially enclosed with clapboards, forming two rooms.

Logs were planed on two sides and rounded on the interior/exterior walls. There appears to be no chinking. The gap is a bout .5''.

Historic Information
B. Dedeaux built the house as two separate cabins during the 1880's. His brother-in-law, J. Ladner, acquired the property and altered it into a dogtrot. M. Ladner (daughter of Jules) and G. Shaw (m. 1902) inherited the house. The property was involved in the timber industry and sheep rearing (1906-1958). This ended when stock laws requiring fencing were passed, and open range stock grazing ceased. In 2006 the Land Trust for the MS Coastal Plain acquired ownership of the property.