SITE_KEY_skipToMainContentText
Mississippi State University Libraries
Digital Collections

Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: CHARM Digital Collection

  • Description: 1851
(8 results)



Display: 20

    • Letter, Richardson Owen to Stephen A. and Mary Brown; 3/31/1851

    • Owen family; Brown family; Plantations; Maps; Agriculture; Phillips County (Ark.); Religion
    • Letter from Richardson Owen, who had moved from Lowndes County, Mississippi, to Helena, Arkansas, to his newly married daughter and son-in-law, Stephen A. and Mary Owen Brown, 1851. Includes a description and hand-drawn map of Owen's plantation in...
    • text
    • James Knox diary

    • Knox, James, 1786-1864; Pickens County (Ala.); Presbyterians; Agriculture; Slavery; African-Americans; Somerville, James, 1827-1868; Oak Grove Presbyterian Church (Franconia, Ala.); Sons of Temperance of North America; Cotton; Presbyterian Church...
    • Diary kept from March 1848 to February 1851 by James Knox (1786-1864), a planter and Presbyterian church elder in Pickens County, Alabama. The diary records planting, harvesting, and other agricultural work, as well as Presbytery meetings and...
    • text
    • First Christian Church

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); First Christian Church (Aberdeen, Miss.); Churches; Restoration movement (Christianity); Campbell, Alexander, 1788-1866
    • First Christian Church in Aberdeen, Mississippi, organized in 1851 as part of the Restoration movement. Alexander Campbell visited and preached at the church in May of 1859. The present building was erected in 1925.
    • Image
    • St. John's Episcopal Church

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); St. Johns Episcopal Church (Aberdeen, Miss.); Churches; Episcopal churches
    • Small group of people standing in front of St. John's Episcopal Church in Aberdeen, Mississippi. The church was begun in 1851 and completed in 1853.
    • Image
    • St. John's Episcopal Church

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); St. Johns Episcopal Church (Aberdeen, Miss.); Churches; Episcopal churches
    • St. John's Episcopal Church in Aberdeen, Mississippi. The church was begun in 1851 and completed in 1853.
    • Image
    • Lea-Griffin-Dortch house

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Monroe Female Institute (Aberdeen, Miss.); Lea, Addison, 1813-1859; Griffin, Lewis Lawrence, 1794-1867
    • The Griffin-Dortch house in Aberdeen, built c. 1851 on Commerce and Hickory, and named for General Lewis Lawrence Griffin (1794-1867). Originally built for Rev. Addison Lea (1813-1859), who ran the Monroe Female Institute in a separate building on...
    • Image
    • St. John's Episcopal Church

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); St. Johns Episcopal Church (Aberdeen, Miss.); Churches; Episcopal churches
    • Bell in tower of St. John's Episcopal Church in Aberdeen, Mississippi. The church was begun in 1851 and completed in 1853.
    • Image
    • Lea-Griffin-Dortch house and Confederate monument

    • Aberdeen (Miss.); Dwellings; Monroe Female Institute (Aberdeen, Miss.); Lea, Addison, 1813-1859; Griffin, Lewis Lawrence, 1794-1867
    • The Griffin-Dortch house in Aberdeen, built circa 1851 on Commerce and Hickory, and named for General Lewis Lawrence Griffin (1794-1867). Originally built for Rev. Addison Lea (1813-1859), who ran the Monroe Female Institute in a separate building...
    • Image

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK