Temple B'nai Shalom (Brookhaven, Mississippi)
Temple B'nai Shalom (Sons or Children of Peace) is a synagogue in Brookhaven, Mississippi.
The white clapboard building is notable for its Moorish Revival Horseshoe arch windows and for a truncated tower that "references the porthole of an Islamic minaret" with a slender Horseshoe arch window.
- Jews in Early Mississippi, Evelyn Turitz, University Press of Mississippi, 1983, p. 113
- Rediscovering Jewish Infrastructure: Update on United States Nineteenth Century Synagogues, Mark Gordon, American Jewish History 84.1 (1996) 20-27 
- Synagogue Architecture in America: Faith, Spirit & Identity, Henry Stolzman, Tami Hausman, Daniel Stolzman, Images, 2004,p. 129
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