CHARM (Consortium for the History of Agricultural and Rural Mississippi) seeks to promote understanding and appreciation of the role played by agriculture, forestry, and rural life in Mississippi's past by collecting, preserving, and providing access to important historical materials as a foundation for teaching, learning, and research.
Materials in the Digital Collection
Selected materials from the Manuscripts and University Archives collections continue to be added to the CHARM digital collection. These include reports and records from the MSU Extension Service and Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Experiment Stations (MAFES), photographs, personal diaries, business ledgers, daybooks, deeds, correspondence, exhibition catalogs from fairs, and other records relating to agriculture and the cotton and timber industries in Mississippi.
The CHARM initiative also includes: