Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Mississippian, Middle Woodland, Early Woodland and Middle Archaic dating back to 1000.
Many famous people are associated with these Stewart County historic places including Dr. Bryan N. Bedingfield, Nathaniel Prothro, Dr. Thomas B. Miller, Dr. R.L. Grier, Dr. Miller and George Yarbrough Harrell.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Stewart County places including Dan E. Ponder and James Oxford. Prominent architectural styles found in Stewart Country are Greek Revival, Late Victorian and Classical Revival.