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    • House, Bob and James Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; Haying equipment--Photographs. ; House, James E.--Photographs. ; House, Bob--Photographs. ; Hay...
    • Bob & James House pitching hay into hay baler. Unidentified person in background.
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    • House, James E. Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; House, James E.--Photographs. ; Sweet potatoes--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • James E. House in corn field.
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    • House, James E. Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; House, James E.--Photographs. ; Corn harvesting--Photographs.
    • James E. House in corn field holding ears of corn.
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    • House, James E. Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; House, James E.--Photographs. ; Watermelons--Harvesting--Photographs. ; Mules--Photographs.
    • James E. House holding watemelon next to mule-drawn wooden box for harvesting.
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    • House, James E. Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; Cotton Harvesting--Photographs.
    • James House in cotton field holding cotton plants.
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    • House, James E. Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; House family--Photographs. ; Cotton Harvesting--Photographs.
    • James House in cotton field with full cotton basket.
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    • 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...
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    • Dendy Cotton Gin Image

    • Agriculture--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Farm life--Mississippi--Photographs. ; Dendy family--Photographs. ; African-Americans--Mississippi--Chickasaw County--Photographs. ; Cotton gins and ginning--Mississippi--Chickasaw...
    • James Edward Dendy and workers in front of cotton gin & sawmill.
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    • Slave Bill of Sale

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County; Green, James A.; Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County--Bills of sale; Sykes, James
    • Bill of Sale from James Green to James Sykes for "negro woman Jane", 1857.
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    • Stern and Goodman Personnel List

    • Stern and Goodman (Starkville, Miss.); General stores--Mississippi--Starkville.
    • List of personnel associated with Stern and Goodman general store in Starkville, Mississippi. Includes Tilden A. Mitchell, Tom G. James, T. Fred Buntin, W. H. Montgomery, S. Elmo Davis, Max Goodman, Karl Goodman, and Scott Rush.
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    • James Craig and Mississippi Forestry Association Members

    • Craig, James W.--Photographs.; Mississippi Forestry Association--Photographs.; Woolfolk State Office Building (Jackson, Miss.)--Photographs.
    • Mississippi State Forester James Craig and Mississippi Forestry Association members in front of Woolfolk State Office building in Jackson, Mississippi, June 1954.
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    • Letter, A. G. Paxton to James O. Eastland; 5/1/1967

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Agriculture; Cotton; Agricultural cooperatives; Commodity Credit Corporation; Agriculture, cooperative; Eastland, James O. (James Oliver), 1904-1986
    • Letter from A. G. Paxton to Senator James O. Eastland, regarding Senate Bill S-109, a proposed bill to regulate the trade practices of agricultural producers and associations.
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    • Sykes Letter 5

    • Sykes, William; Agriculture--Mississippi--Carroll County.; Carroll County (Miss.)--Economic Conditions.; Sykes, James.; Winona (Miss.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes from Winona, Mississippi, 1868.
    • Letter
    • Agreement

    • Sykes, James.; Pigs.; Contracts.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Theft.
    • Edmon Johnston, a Freedman, agrees to pay James Sykes of Lowndes County, Mississippi, $10.00 for killing and eating one of his shoats, 1868; witnessed by Jackson Lanier.
    • Document
    • 4-H Club Work History

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Swine--Mississippi.; Cattle--Mississippi.; Livestock--Mississippi.; Tanner, James E.
    • Document describing the early history of 4-H Club work in Mississippi, by James E. Tanner, 1939.
    • Document
    • Sykes Letter

    • Sykes, James; Sykes, William; New Orleans (La.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877; Winona (Miss.--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.)
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes, upon return from New Orleans, Louisiana, 1866.
    • Letter
    • Sawmill Group Photo

    • Lumber camps--Mississippi--Photographs.; Sawmill--Mississippi--Photograph.; Barnes, James Wilson.--Photographs.; Barnes, Clatus Sylvester--Photographs.; Barnes, Melia--Photographs.; Barnes, Clifford--Photographs.
    • James Wilson Barnes and sawmill operation, Itawamba County, Mississippi, 1903: Second adult from left is James Wilson Barnes with baby Clyde, second child. Sixth adult from left is Melia Thrasher Barnes (Mealie), mother, with third child Clifford...
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    • Barnes Logging Camp Group Photo

    • Barnes, James Wilson.--Photographs.; Barnes, Matt.--Photographs.; Lumber camps--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • James Wilson Barnes-owned logging camp. James Wilson Barnes, standing on left. Matt Barnes, fourth on back row, was foreman.
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    • Letter to James Sykes

    • Sykes, James.; Carroll County (Miss.)--Economic conditions.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Carroll County.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Carroll County.; Sykes, William
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes, from Winona, Mississippi, 1867.
    • Letter
    • Names List

    • African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Sykes, James.
    • List of names, marked "negroes", recorded on back of letter to James Sykes, Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1865.
    • Document

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