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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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
    • Places of the 4-H Club Boy Brochure

    • Mississippi State University--History.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Tanner, James E.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.; Boys--Societies and clubs--Mississippi.; Agricultural extension work--Mississippi.
    • ""The Places of the 4-H Club Boy in the Extension Program, brochure by James E. Tanner, Mississippi State Boys Club Agent.
    • Document

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