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    FOUR CENTURIES ON THE PASCAGOULA by Cain, Cyril Edward

    Vol. II, (iii), 255 pp., index


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    It Happened Here True Stories of Holly Springs by Pruitt, Olga Reed

    Olga Reed Pruitt. Very Good. 1950. Softcover. Very Good softcover edition, no names or marks. Cover has some light shelf wear. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 115 pages .


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    NATCHEZ UNDER-THE-HILL by Moore, Edith Wyatt

    Southern Historical Publications. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. Inscribed and signed by author on endpaper: "wishes to Dr. And Mrs P. V. Dilts from Edith Wyatt Moore." Indentation to the front joint. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 131 pages .


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    Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored by Taulbert, Clifton L

    Tulsa, OK: Council Oak Books. 1989. 12mo [approx 12.7x18.7cm]. Near Fine copy in Very Good dustjacket. Dustjacket is now protected in our purpose-made plastic sleeve. A nice copy. DJ spine a tough faded. Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. 153 pages A story of growing up in segregated Southern USA . 1st Edition. Hardback.


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    Course of the River Mississippi from the Balise to Fort Chartres; Taken on an expedition to the Illinois, in the later end of Year 1765 by ROSS, Lieut

    London: Rob Sater, 1775. unbound. Map. Hand-colored engraving on two sheets. Image measures 44 1/4 x 14 1/4". Ross's map of the Mississippi is widely regarded as the finest and most detailed map of the river made in the 18th century. Utilizing surveys of the river which the French conducted, Ross synthesized them into a sizable and thorough depiction of the River, and in fact, the first official survey of its lower portion. The map extends from the area of present-day St. Louis down to Fort Balise on the Gulf of Mexico. Descriptive notes provide information on river depth and the surrounding areas and elevations. Surrounding tributaries, rivers, cities, Indian villages and forts are all labeled. Notes from early expeditions as far back as the 16th century are also included. This map is the second edition of the map and is in very good condition, with slight scattered foxing and off-setting. This map is a crisp and lovely representation of the country's most impressive river.


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    THE LIFE OF JOSEPH BISHOP, the Celebrated Old Pioneer in the First Settlements of Middle Tennessee, Embracing His Wonderful Adventures and Narrow Escapes with the Indians, His Animating and Remarkable Hunting Excursions. Interspersed with Racy Anecdotes of Those Early Times. by Gray, John W

    Orig. pub. Nashville 1858. Reprinted 1974. Print on Demand Edition 2010. (xii), 236 pp., frontis., new intro., map One of the most engaging and valuable of the first-hand books of Tennessee historical reminiscences, this narrative recounts the adventures of a pioneer, hunter, Indian fighter, and scout during the time from 1790 to 1820 as told by Joseph Bishop to the author. Written in a very florid style, it nevertheless conveys the flavor of an old pioneer's adventures and character. The late Tennessee State Historian Stanley F. Horn, in a special introduction written for this reprint edition, called it "an impressive reflection of the raw reality of pioneer life in Tennessee," and welcomed the reprint edition which will make it more readily accessible to "the many who will be entertained and enlightened by it."


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    HISTORY OF ALABAMA AND INCIDENTALLY OF GEORGIA AND MISSISSIPPI FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD. With Annals of Alabama, 1819-1900, by Thomas McAdory Owen by Pickett, Albert James

    Orig. pub. Birmingham 1900. Reprinted 1975, 1988. Print on Demand Edition 2013. 773 pp., illus., index Pickett's history, one of the most valuable works on the history of the Southern country, is an account of the territory of Alabama prior to its admission as a state with later chapters containing many biographical sketches of men prominent in the later developments of the commonwealth. The Annals by Owen, historical facts in outline fashion, continue that history from statehood in 1819 to 1900. Alabama was settled by the Spanish, French, and British during the colonial period. These early settlers immediately encountered native Indians and one of the strengths of this work is its treatment of the Indians of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana including the Mobilians, Chatots, Thomez, Tensas, Chocktaws, Chickasaws, Cherokees, and others. Chapters deal with the French and Spanish in Alabama and Mississippi; the establishment of the Louisiana Territory; the Jesuit presence in Louisiana; conflicts between the European rivals and conflicts between the settlers and the Indians; the French and Indian War; Alabama in the Revolutionary War; the Yazoo Land Sales; establishment of the Alabama Territory; and ultimately statehood. The Annals takes the volume to the end of the 19th century.


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    MILITARY ANNALS OF MISSISSIPPI: Military Organizations Which Entered the Service of the Confederate States of America from the State of Mississippi by Rietti, J.C., compiler

    n.p.n.d., Reprinted 1976, 1988. Print on Demand Edition 2011. (iii), 245 pp., new index Brief historical sketches and rolls and rosters of military organizations in the service of the Confederacy from the state of Mississippi are included in this book compiled by a member of the 10th Mississippi Regiment. This is a compilation of several newspaper sketches of Mississippi's military contributions to the Civil War effort. Some regiments are covered in chronological order with muster rolls, lists of engagements, and narrative reports, when available. While certainly not a complete state history, this primary source material has value and should not be overlooked. A comprehensive new index has been added to this reprint edition.


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    HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI, THE HEART OF THE SOUTH by Rowland, Dunbar

    Orig. pub. Chicago & Jackson 1925. Reprinted 1978. Print on Demand Edition 2013. The setAvailable by volume The result of years of laborious research by the gifted director of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, this four-volume work was written to satisfy the need for a definitive narrative history based on original sources of information. Volumes I and II contain the historical narrative, beginning with the physical features of Mississippi, a description of the Indians, the European exploration, and early colonization. Chapters describe territorial administrations, statehood, leading figures in the state's early history, expansion, the war with Mexico, the War Between the States, Reconstruction, development into the twentieth century, Mississippi in World War I, education, industry, transportation, banks and finance, religion, the press, racial matters, and the counties of Mississippi. Volumes III and IV contain together over 1400 pages of biographical information on leading citizens. Information in the sketches includes: family background (parents, grandparents, birth places, family origins, original immigrants, etc.); professional, business, military, and fraternal affiliations; and information on spouses and children.


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    MISSISSIPPI, Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form. Vol. III (Biography) by Rowland, Dunbar

    xii, 17-930 pp., index, ports Contains approximately 900 biographical sketches of contemporary individuals.


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    MOODY'S MODERN TOURIST COTTAGES, GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI by Postcard

    1935. Ephemera. Very Good; Postcard of Moody's Modern Tourist Cottages, on the Beach, Gulfport, Mississippi. Back of postcard is postmarked 1935. Postcard is in good condition, wear at edges. ; Postcard .


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    THE HISTORY OF GEORGIA, Volumes I & II by Jones, Charles Colcock Jr

    Orig. pub. Boston 1883. Reprinted 1965, 1966, 1969. Print on Demand Edition 2016. the set This is the "classic" work on the history of Georgia through the Revolutionary War by Charles Colcock Jones Jr., one of the most versatile and prolific historical writers of all time. He was the first native-born Georgian to write a history of his state. In his U.S. IANA, Wright Howes called this a "most scholarly history of the colonial and revolutionary period of this state." The history received accolades from fellow historians for "its style and extensive use of original sources." Volume One deals with the aboriginal and colonial times while Volume Two covers the revolutionary period. Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe, a young philanthropist who was inspired to find a refuge for "unfortunate individuals, confined for debt, of respectable connections and guilty of no crime." In granting the charter for the colony in 1732, the King was motivated by the anxiety of the Carolinians to establish a buffer to the south to serve as a shield against incursions of the Spanish in Florida as well as Indian attacks. The trustees believed that the soil and climate in Georgia were favorable to the production of raw silk and success in this would save vast sums which were spent annually in the purchase of foreign silks. Due to the make up of the original settlers, the trustees also put restrictions on how land could be held, sold, or inherited and originally did not allow slavery in the colony. Volume One deals with descriptions of the Indian population, early Spanish exploration, the granting of the Royal Charter to Oglethorpe and his colonization of Savannah, early settlements including those of the Sulzburgers, the work of the Wesleys in Georgia, and the Rev. George Whitfield and his Bethesda Orphan House. Much detail is given to Oglethorpe's work between 1737 and 1748 to build Frederica, a fort and town, as well as other posts in the St. Simons Island area to protect the southern boundary against Spanish raids. Volume Two deals extensively with the Revolutionary War period: the events leading up to the war; battles in the southern part of the colonies; the siege of Savannah; and the final independence of the state. While a history of Georgia, there is much information in both volumes about South Carolina and its relationships with Georgia, particularly as the two fought together during the Revolution. Persons interested in the history of Alabama and Mississippi will find these volumes of interest as many of the early settlers in the Indian country west of the Chattahoochee River (present-day Alabama and Mississippi) migrated from Georgia. In fact, Jones called Alabama "the daughter of Mississippi and the granddaughter of Georgia."


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    REVOLT OF THE REDNECKS MISSISSIPPI POLITICS, 1876-1925 by Albert D Kirwan

    New York: Harper & Row, 1951. Paperback. Good/No DJ. Underlining and a few notes in margins on scattered pages throughout. Binding is sound but spine is creased. Covers are toned, soiled, scuffed and rubbed, with wear to edges - rubbing, slight creasing and curling at corners. Text block is foxed and soiled. PICTURES PROVIDED UPON REQUEST.


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    ROMANTIC PASSAGES IN SOUTHWESTERN HISTORY. Including Orations, Sketches, and Essays by Meek, Alexander Beaufort

    Orig. pub. New York 1857. Reprinted 1975. Print on Demand Edition 2011. viii, 9-330 pp. This is a collection of essays, largely historical, concerning Alabama and the old Southwest from the beginning of settlement to 1850. As the title indicates, Meek, a lawyer, newspaper editor, and politician, chose the more colorful incidents of Alabama history, but he vouches for the authenticity of the factual material presented. In general the events related pertain to Spanish and French exploration of the Southwest, British possession of the area, the Mexican War, and the Creek Indians. Included among the essays are ones describing the pilgrimage of DeSoto, the massacre at Fort Mims, the battle of Burnt Creek, General Sam Dale and the canoe fight, and biographies of William Weatherford (Red Eagle) and other Creek chieftains and warriors. These tales of adventures, battles, thrilling escapes, massacres, tragic love stories, heroes, and gallant deeds make this an interesting collection.


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    THE HISTORY OF GEORGIA, Vol. I by Jones, Charles Colcock Jr

    Orig. pub. Boston 1883. Reprinted 1965, 1966, 1969. Print on Demand Edition 2016. xvi, 556 pp., index + illus., maps


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    HISTORY OF ROSEDALE, MISSISSIPPI, 1876-1976 by Lamar, Curt, ed

    An original publication, 1976. xi, 131 pp., index + illus. Prepared by the citizens of Rosedale and the faculty at Delta State University, this original publication is the history of a small community on the Mississippi River in the Delta area which has exerted considerable influence on the surrounding area and state.


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    HISTORY OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF GEORGIA by McLendon, Samuel G

    Orig. pub. Atlanta 1924. Reprinted 1974. Print on Demand Edition 2009. 200 pp., map Using all the early land grants and other records of the state, McLendon, who was secretary of state in Georgia at the time he wrote this book, put together a valuable study of Georgia's land disposition history dealing specifically with the lands acquired from the Creek and Cherokee Indians and the Georgia western lands in largely what is now Alabama and Mississippi. He discusses the headright and land lottery counties. Particular emphasis, however, is on the Yazoo Land Fraud, a massive fraud perpetrated by several Georgia governors and the state legislature from 1795-1803 by selling large tracts of land to insiders at absurdly low prices. Major companies involved in this were the Georgia Land Company, the Georgia Mississippi Company, the Upper Mississippi Company, and the Tennessee Company. Earlier companies involved were the South Carolina Yazoo Company, the Virginia Yazoo Company, and the Tennessee Yazoo Company. Lists of landowners and those involved in the various transactions make the volume also useful for genealogical research.


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    MISSISSIPPI, Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form, Vol. IV (Supplement) by Rowland, Dunbar

    vi, 17-325 pp. + 128 pp. ports A supplemental biographical volume.


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    THE CRADLE OF THE CONFEDERACY; OR, THE TIMES OF TROUP, QUITMAN AND YANCEY. by Hodgson, Joseph

    Orig. pub. Mobile, AL 1876. Reprinted 1975. Print on Demand Edition 2018. xv, 528 pp. This is an important book for the study of the organization of political parties in the South, consisting in great measure of original material. Alabama was the cradle of the Confederacy and William Lowndes Yancey was the moving spirit of secession. The book concentrates on political factions in Alabama in the 1850s and includes many of Yancey's speeches. Other Gulf states enter the picture with the intrusion of the federal government. Early Indian problems are covered as are South Carolina's Nullification efforts. Particularly intriguing is the dialogue within the Cotton Belt regarding the Border States. The author is concerned with examining the reasons for the secession of the southwestern states with an aim of obliterating sectional misunderstanding. He considers factors leading to secession in the context of Alabama history and the events of national history leading up to the election of Lincoln and the subsequent adoption of the ordinance of secession in Montgomery.


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    MISSISSIPPI AS A PROVINCE, TERRITORY AND STATE with Biographical Sketches of Eminent Citizens by Claiborne, J.F.H

    Orig. pub. Jackson 1880. Reprinted 1978. Print on Demand Edition 2011. vi, xxiii, 591 pp., illus., new intro., new index This classic work by "the Father of Mississippi History" is considered by the Mississippi Historical Society to be the best of the early histories. Claiborne, a congressman, newspaper editor, and member of a family which played an important part in the affairs of the state, used as sources original manuscripts, newspapers, books, government records, personal reminiscences of prominent men, and his own personal observations. Contents include a narrative history of Mississippi from the earliest European explorations of the area and the establishment of the earliest settlements, through the creation of the Territory in 1797 and admission into the Union as a state in 1817. Mississippi Indians, including the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Biloxi, Natchez, Cherokee, Creek, and Yazoo tribes receive considerable mention. Biographies of prominent early Mississippians are an important feature of the work, and a revised introduction and new name and subject index are included in this reprint edition.


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    Tennessee Tom Country by James F. Doster

    1987-05-30. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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    HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI, THE HEART OF THE SOUTH, Vol. IV, (Biographical) by Rowland, Dunbar

    708 pp., index, 125 illus. Biographical information on the following individuals is contained in Volume IV:Abernethy, H.B.; Aby, S.H.; Aderholdt, T.S.; Aldridge, F.M.; Alexander, J.P.; Alexander, G.B.; Alexander, H.N.; All Saints College; Allen, Arthur; Allen, J.F.; Allen, J.T.; Allen, T.D..; Anderson, E.A.; Anderson, R.B.; Andrews, F.H.; Armstrong, T.C.; Arnold, G.L.; Arrington, J.H.; Ashley, W.F.; Aycock, W.J.; Backstrom, J.W.; Bailey, C.K.; Bailey, J.W.; Bailey, P.G.; Baird, R.W.; Ballard, E.E.; Barnett, T.J.; Barr, T.P.; Barron, J.O.; Bartran, D.W.; Baskin, W.E.; Bates, C.L.; Batson, W.C.; Baucum, T.A.; Baylis, R.J.; Beech, T.R.; Bell, J.W.; Bennett, G.R.; Bennett, J.O.; Berry, P.W.; Biggs, W.M.; Birdsong, T.B.; Bishop, R.J.; Bitterman, C.H.; Bledsoe, O.F.,III; Blethen, B.J.; Block, F.J.; Block, Louise B.; Blocker, Milton S.,Sr.; Blount, W.N.; Boland, Alice E.; Boland, W.C.; Boswell, Henry; Bouton, C.E.; Boydstun, R.W.; Boykin, T.H.; Braden, W.H.; Bradford, J.W.; Brand, R.F.; Brand, Thomas; Bratton, T.D.; Breisch, George; Breland, R.L.; Brent, T.E.; Brewer, D.C.; Bridges, J.G.; Broadus, Buren; Broadway, Julia M.; Brock, D.T.; Brough, K.M.; Brown, W.M.; Brunini, J.B.; Brunson, A.W.; Brunson, G.H.; Brush, A.G.; Buie, W.M.; Burch, L.M.; Burson, H.O.; Burton, W.M.; Butler, B.E.; Butler, G.H.; Cable, A.H.; Cadenhead, M.E.; Callahan, Neil; Cameron, C.B.; Candler, E.S.,Jr.; Capers W.B.; Caradine, J.E.; Carmack, F.T.; Carney, K.A.; Carr, J.P.; Carter, A.J.; Casteel, H.H.; Causey, H.F.; Chamberlain, C.T.; Chamberlain, J.F.; Christian, G.W.; Clark, T.A.; Clements, W.H.; Cochran, R.F.; Cole, T.J.; Collette, Allan; Collins, F.B.; Collins, Jeff; Colmer, W.M.; Colson, J.G.; Conner, E.L.; Conner, M.S.; Cook, J.H.; Cook, Vivian; Cook, W.D.; Cooper, I.W.; Corley, W.D.; Covington, R.B.; Cox, C.L.; Cranford, R.H.; Crawford, D.J.; Crawford, J.H.; Crossley, W.A.; Crostwait, O.S.; Crumpton, W.M.; Culley, J.C.; Cunningham, J.A.; Currie, D.T.; Davis, C.M.; Davis, T. Wilmer; Davis, T. Whitman; Dawson, W.J.; Day, J.O.; Day, N.T.; Dean, C.C.; Deavours, Stone; De Loach, R.G.; Denny, W.M.; Denny, W.M.,Jr.; Dent, A.T.; Dent, E.L.; Dent, R.L.; Dickey, L.Z.; Dodson, J.C.; Domergue, C.R.; Donaldson, H.C.; Donaldson, J.S.; Donnell, A.M.; Doolittle, T.I.; Dorroh, J.D.; Dunn, Monroe, Dulaney, J. W.; Durfey, J.R.; Easterling, L.F.; Edwards, William; Eley, R.C.; Ellis, J.E.; Ellison, W.L.; Eubanks, D.M.; Evans, R.B.; Evans, R.F.; Everett, F.E.; Everett, R.L.; Everett, W.M.; Fant, L.G.; Farmer, T.L.; Fatheree, J.D.; Featherston, D.M.; Featherstone, L.R.; Fine, Harry; Finger, J.E.; FitzGerald, Gerald; Fitz-Hugh, Alexander; Flowers, H.J.; Floyd, J.M.; Flynt, E.S.; Flynt, M.L.; Ford, R.D.; Foster, R.H.; Fox, D.B.; Freeman, M.H.; French, J.L.; Garber, I.C.; Gardinier, D.F.; Garnett, R.C.; Geer, C.M.; Geiger, H.A.; Geisenberger, A.H.; Geisenberger, W.A.; George, J.A.; Gerald, Eugene; Gibson, J.E.; Gilbert, V.W.; Gilchrist, F.R.; Gill, W.G.; Gillis, Nannie; Gilmore, E.D.; Gordon, C.A.; Gore, A.A.; Goyer, H.H.; Graham, A.A.; Graves, W.T.; Green, C.T.; Green, W.M.; Griffith, R.W.; Guess, E.B.; Gwin, W.W.; Hall, R.S.; Hamilton, W.F.; Harmon, G.S.; Harmon, N.B.; Harper, S.J.,Jr.; Harris, C.N.; Harris, E.G.; Harrison, W.H.; Hartfield, J.M.; Hassell, Emma H.; Haynes, G.F.; Hayward, C.W.; Helm, Mamie B.; Hemingway, William; Henderson, J.J.; Henderson, J.W.; Henry, J.J.; Henry, Patrick; Henry, Patrick,Jr.; Herbert, J.C.; Herr, F.W.; Hickman, J.S.; Hicks, J.L.; Hight, W.C.; Hill, Bessie M.; Hill, R.S.; Hirsch, A.J.; Hodges, L.C.; Holleman, V.W.; Holmes, D.W.; Holmes, R.M.; Holmes, T.W.; Holmes, W.W.; Hoskins, J.S.; Houston, J.J.; Howard, J.M.; Hoye, H.W.; Huddleleston, C.A.; Huff, Prentice; Hull, C.G.; Humphreys, B.G.; Humphreys, B.G.; Humphreys, D.S.; Humphreys, J.B.; Hurt, W.H., Hyde, C.J.; Ikeler, P.M.; Izard, S.E.; Jaap, C.O.,Jr.; Jack, Guy; Jacobs, C.C.; Jacobs, William; Jayne, R.K.; Jenkins, L.B.P.; Jobe, L.H.; Johnson, J.L.; Johnston, S. W.; Jones, J.C.; Jones, R.C.; Jones, W.S.; Joor, J.S.; Jordan, J.W.; Jordan, J.W.,Jr.; Jordan, R.L.; Katzenmeyer, H.A.; Kelly, R.M.; Kemp, G.R.; Kenna, J.M.; Kenna, W.B.; Kennedy, J.M.; Kennedy, L.T.; Key, D.M.; Kinney, H.H.; Kirkland, W.G.; Knox, I.C.; Koestler, C.H.; Kyle, A.S.; Kyle, J.C.; LaHatte, Cicero; Lake, R.E.; Lambert, J.K.; Landry, L.S.; Lane, J.H.; Lawrence, W.O.; Leake County Agricultural High School; Leathers, W.S.; Lee, Fitzhugh; Lehan, J.P.; Lehman, I.W.; Ligon, E.R.; Lindholm, P.P.; Lindsey, John; Linthicum, D.A.; Livingston, W.H.; Lockwood, W.B.; Loflin, A.A.; Lominick, W.R.; Long, C.P.; Long, S.H.; Loper, O.D.; Love, G.H.; Love, J.S.; Lowrey, W.T.; Lucas, W.B.; Luper, O.C.; Lusk, S.T.; McBryde, W.W.; McCafferty, J.T.; McClendon, A.S.; McClurg, Monroe; McCormich, A.F.; McCormick, J.F.; McCulloch, J.W.; McGowen, J.G.; McInnis; F.S.; McKee, C.V.; McLaurin, H.T.; McLeod, B.W.; McShane, E.R.; Magruder, J.M.; Mahon, H.K.,Jr.; Majure, R.S.; Marks, H.H.; Marshall, Modena, S.; Martin, W.S.; May, J.E.; Mayfield, J.W.; Maynard, G.F.; Meek, W.E.; Metzger, Marion; Middleton, T.A.; Miller, M.V.B.; Miller, M.W.; Miller, W.J.; Millstead, Annie M.; Mincy, S.S.; Minor, L.L.; Mitchell, J.W.; Moak, R.L.; Molpus, R.H.; Montjoy, Gideon,Jr.; Moore, C.S.; Moore, R.D.; Moore, R.G.; Morehead, M.E.; Morehead, R.H.; Morris, S.L.; Moss, O.F.; Mounger, Henry,Sr.; Moyse, M.M.; Mulvihill, M.J.,Sr.; Murphree, Stanley; Murphy, J.A.; Nason, R.E.; Newsom, B.D.; ;Newton, Alice M.; Nichols, J.W.; Niles, J.S.; Noel, E.F.; Oldham, L.E.; OReilly, Patrick; Owen, W.H.; Owens, W.D.; Pace, J.P.; Pack, W.L.,Jr.; Page, W.O.; Pahlen, J.H.; Paslay, B.H.; Patterson, A.T.; Patterson, C.F.; Patterson, T.A.; Pearson, N.C.; Pegram, T.E.; Pepper, A.M.; Perry, J.M.; Pevey, W.H.; Platt, C.C.; Polk, Brown; Potter, C.D.; Potter, M.B.; Povall, R.A.; Powell, L.G.; Price, Bem; Priddy, H.W.; Provine, J.F.; Provine, J.W.; Pugh, R.C.; Quin, J.B.; Ramsay, Clinton H.; Ramsey, T.Y.; Ratliff, D.A.; Ratliff, R.F.; Reeves, W.T.,Sr.; Rhodes, H.L.; Richardson, J.R.; Riddell, J.A.; Risher, C.C.; Ritchie, J.Q.; Robbins, N.V.; Robinson, B.J.; Rodgers, H.H.; Rogers, L.S.; Ros, Vincent; Rule, J.W.; Rush, M.L.; Russell, R.C.; Sanders, J.S.; Sanderson, Jack; Sasser, J.H.; Schauber, A.B.; Scott, A.S.; Scott, F.A.; Sevier, Cameron; Sharp, E.C.; Shaw, G.M.; Shearon, Cassandra V.M.; Shelby, G.B.,Sr.; Sherrod, W.N.; Shoemaker, W.J.; Sims, H.J.; Skewes, J.H.; Smith, A.V.; Smith, J.F.; Smith, L.A.; Smith, P.M.; Spencer, W.C.; Spengler, C.H.; Spiva, Marshall; Steele, S.S.; Stewart, A.D.; Stigler, G.W.; Storment, W.L.; Stringer, J.W.; Strong, Charles; Summer, J.L.; Sylverstein, B.S.; Tabor, J.O.,Jr.; Tate, F.A.; Tatum, W.S.F.; Taylor, J.T.; Terral, S.H.; Thames, H.D.; Thames, W.I.; Thigpen, C.W.; Thomas, C.H.; Thomas, V.W.; Thompson, D.L.; Thompson, R.H.; Thompson, W.E.; Thrasher, F.A.; Tims, A.N.,Jr.; Tisdale, A.D.; Torrey, Mrs. T.H.; Townsend, T.W.; Travis, E.D.; Tucker, H.S.; Tucker, J.W.; Turner, Arthur; Turner, J.K.; Turner, Lila S.; Turner, Myrrha B.; Tyrone, Leon; Underwood, F.J.; Valentine, C.E.; Vaughn, J.E.; Vollor, W.J.; Waite, O.J.; Waldrup, M.W.; Walker, B.M.,Jr.; Walker, J.C.; Walker, Leola M.; Walker, W.W.; Wallace, L.G.; Waller, B.S.; Ward, T.S.; Watkins, Robert H.; Watkins, W.R.; Watson, H.C.; Watson, J.C.; Watson, R.E.; Watson, W.H.; Watts, H.L.; Weaver, J.J.; Webb, H.D.; Weeks, J.A.; Weidmann, Phil; Weil, Rudolph, Weil, Samuel; Welborn, J.G.; Welch, C.E.; Wetmore, W.G.; White, W.A.; Whitfield, R.N.; Whitten, A.L.; Whittington, L.A.; Wicks, A.D.; Wilbourn, R.E.; Wilds, O.K.; Wilkes, B.B.; Wilkins, E.L.; Williams, A.G.; Williams, C.S.; Williams, H.G.; Williams, P.F.; Williams, P.H.; Williams, V.C.; Willing, W.J.; Wills, T.J.; Wilson, G.L.; Wilson, R.J.; Wilson, T.W., Windham, J.C.; Winkler, M.P.; Winstead, T.B.; Winston, E.T.; Wise, L.J.; Womack, W.D.; Wood, E.W.; Wood, J.A.; Wright, C.E.; Wright, C.G.; Yerger, E.M.; Yoste, Harry; Young, D.I.; Young, J.L.; Zeller, J.C.R.S.; .


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    MEET MISSISSIPPI by Newton, Carolyn & Patricia H. Coggin

    Strode Publishers. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 1976. Hardcover. Edgeworn DJ with small edge tears. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 226 pages .


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    MISSISSIPPI, Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form, Vol. II (L-Z) by Rowland, Dunbar

    vi, 17-1024 pp. Historical material arranged in cyclopedic form (L-Z).


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    CHISOLM MASSACRE A Picture of Home Rule in Mississippi by Wells, James

    Lexington, KY: Private Printing. 2018. Reprint. Softcover. 1515142000 . Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear; 331 pages .


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