Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Baytown Period, Late Woodland, Deasonville Phase, Mississippian, Middle Woodland, Plaquemine Occupation and Mississippian Period dating back to 0.
Several famous people are associated with these Holmes County historic places including Dr. Robert Morris, Noel, Edmund Favor and .
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Holmes County places including CCC, W. and Company Chamberlain, W.K. Ketteringham and R. and Company Jesty. Prominent architectural styles found in Holmes Country are Greek Revival, Queen Anne and Art Deco.