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  • Date: January
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Receipt Letter, 1/14/1841

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Panola (Steamboat)
    • 14 January 1841 3 page letter/receipt from A.M.Nathan for 30 bales cotton brought from steamboat Panola, Manchester, Mississippi, and sold 9 January 1841.
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    • Aaron Spell Nathan Letter, 1/6/1841

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Tchula (Steamboat); Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 6 January 1841 letter from A.M. Nathan to Aaron Spell acknowledging the receipt of 30 bales on the steamer Tchula, its poor quality and subsequent sale at a lower price, and discussing cotton prices.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 12 Bales Cotton, 1835

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 10 January 1835 account receipt for twelve bales of cotton sold in New Orleans for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods.
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    • McLeod and Dantzler profit and loss statement, 1915

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); McLeod and Dantzler (Store: Vancleave, Miss.); Lumber industry; Business records; Account books
    • Account listing worthless accounts, profit and losses for the McLeod and Dantzler Store, January 1, 1915.
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    • Bill of Sale for Henry

    • Darden, John P.; McVoy, Jos.; Egypt (Miss.)--History.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Chickasaw County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jos. McVoy to John P. Darden for a slave boy named Henry. Transaction took place in Egypt, Mississippi.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 25 bales, 1843

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Steamboats.; Missouri (Steamboat)
    • Cotton receipt from C. E. Mound for 25 bales cotton received on the steamboat Missouri, Vicksburg, sold for A. Spell to Herbault Brothers, Vienna Hallé Brokers, by A. M. Nathan and Alexander Harris on 20 January 1843.
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    • Aaron Spell Bankruptcy Allowance, 1843

    • Bankruptcy--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 20 January 1843 bankruptcy allowance for Aaron Spell, signed by F. S. Hunt, Bankruptcy Assignee, which excludes some livestock from a bankruptcy sale.
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    • Appreciation ceremony for Alice Irene Little

    • Home economics; African-American women; Little, Alice Irene, 1903-1983; African-American extension workers
    • Program for an appreciation ceremony for Miss Alice Irene Little, Associate Home Economist for Lee County Extension Service, for 29 years of service, January 19, 1969.
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    • African-Americans waiting for train, Starkville, 1/1923

    • African-Americans; Wier, Letha (d. 1923); Wier, Robert K.; Mississippi Extension Service; Blumenfeld and Fried (Starkville, Miss.)
    • African-Americans waiting near Lampkin Street in Starkville, Mississippi for the train that will take the body of Letha Gilliam Wier, second wife of Robert Wier, to her home town of Clarksdale, Mississippi. Letha G. Wier was a home demonstration...
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    • Statement of Business

    • Phoenix Cooperative Association.; State Grange of Mississippi.
    • Statement of business of Phoenix Cooperative Association from July 1877 to January 1878.
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    • Hancock & Company Invoice

    • Invoices--Mississippi--Lee County.; Hosiery--Mississippi--Lee County.; L.D. Hancock & Company (Firm: Tupelo, Miss.); Atkinson, Robert.
    • Materials documenting the Robert Atkinson rolling store: invoice from L.D. Hancock & Company to Robert Atkinson.
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    • Grenada Grocery Company Invoice

    • Invoices--Mississippi--Grenada County.; Groceries--Mississippi--Grenada County.; Grenada Grocery Company (Firm: Grenada, Miss.); Atkinson, Robert.
    • Materials documenting the Robert Atkinson rolling store: invoice from Grenada Grocery Company to Robert Atkinson.
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    • Letter, Tolbert Fanning to John P. Darden; 01/14/1850

    • Franklin College (Nashville, Tenn.); Education--Tennessee--Nashville.; Schools--Tennessee--Nashville.; Fanning, Tolbert, 1810-1874.; Darden, John P.; Darden, Thadeus.; Read, Horatio.
    • Letter from Tolbert Fanning at Franklin College to John P. Darden about the progress of Thadeus Darden and Horatio Read.
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    • Annual Treasurer's Statement

    • Phoenix Cooperative Association.; State Grange of Mississippi.
    • Annual Treasurer's statement of the Phoenix Cooperative Association.
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    • Check to Mary Whitney

    • Whitney, Mary.; Whitney, J. J.; Darden, Thomas L.; Darden, Mary Lou.; State Grange of Mississippi.
    • Check for 50 cents to Mary Whitney from the Phoenix Grange.
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    • Proposed general stock law

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Lumber industry; Timber; Range policy; Livestock; Legislation
    • Pamphlet regarding a stock law proposed in the Mississippi legislature. P. N. Howell details the reasons that he opposes the law.
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    • Bill of Sale for 3 Slaves

    • Darden, John P.; Rice, A. B. J.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Claiborne County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Claiborne County--Bills of sale.; Claiborne County (Miss.)--History.
    • Bill of sale from A.B.J. Rice to John P. Darden for 3 slaves named Dennis (age 20), Lewis (age 13), and Susan (age 14). Transaction took place in Port Gibson, Mississippi.
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    • Cherokee Indian Cabin

    • Architecture--domestic.; Elise Chapin Wildlife Sanctuary (Chattanooga, Tenn.)--Photographs.; Pine trees.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • Clayton Rand pine tree (right), Literary Acres of the Chattanooga Audubon Society's Chapin Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1949. In background is Cherokee Indian cabin, birthplace of Cherokee naturalist Spring Frog.
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    • Bill of Sale from Sheriff

    • Darden, John P.; Laughman, Samuel.; Carradine & Newman (Firm: Jefferson County, Miss.); Darden, David M.; Darden, Samuel W.; Slaves--Mississippi--Jefferson County--Bills of sale.
    • Bill of sale from Jefferson County sheriff Sam Laughman to John P. Darden for 8 slaves sold at legal auction: Jake, wife Esther, and children Henry and Alexander; and Brister, wife Ann, and children Green and Margaret.
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