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    • Aaron Spell Mount Letter, 1842

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 25 March 1842 letter from Chs. E. Mount, Benton, Mississippi, to A. Spell concerning financial matters and offering legal assistance to Spell in handling his bankruptcy.
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    • March Cotton

    • Victory Plantation (Bolivar County, Miss.)--Photographs.; Cotton--Research--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.; Plantations--Mississippi--Bolivar County--Photographs.
    • March cotton on Victory Plantation.
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    • Letter to Mims Williams

    • W. C. Ellis Co. (Magee, Miss.); Mississippi Colten Oil Co. (Jackson, Miss.); Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924--Inauguration, 1913.
    • Letter to Mims Williams from his brother, Cammie Williams, in Dry Grove, Mississippi, regarding the closing of the W. C. Ellis Co. (where Mims worked). He also asks if Mims will go to Washington on March 4; March 4, 1913 was the inauguration of...
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    • Teacher's Association Program

    • Education--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Teaching--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Teacher associations--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; Oktibbeha County Teacher's Association (Oktibbeha County, Miss.)
    • A program from the Oktibbeha County Teacher's Association announcing a March 30, 1907 meeting.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 5 Bales Cotton, 1835

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 4 March 1835 letter detailing the status of Aaron's Spell's account with Maddux and Woods and receipt for five bales of cotton sold in New Orleans for Aaron Spell 27 February 1835.
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    • Aaron Spell Account, 1837

    • Cotton industry--1830-1840.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 4 March 1834 letter to Aaron Spell from Leigh Maddux & Co. concerning the state of the currency and cotton market and conveying to Spell their requirements for accounts that are not current.
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    • Aaron Spell Account 25 Bales, 1848

    • Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Pat Henry (Steamboat)
    • 4 March 1848 cotton receipt from A. M. Nathan, for 25 bales cotton on Steamboat Pat Henry from Yazoo City, Mississippi, sold by A. M. Nathan and C. E. Mount. Second page is 18 June 1849 cotton receipt for 7 bales of cotton on Steamboat Hard Times...
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    • Aaron Spell Receipt, 3/9/1841

    • Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Taxation, State--Mississippi.; Nathan, A.M. (Asher M.)
    • 9 March 1841 Aaron Spell receipt of A.M. Nathan for $50.00, Benton, Mississippi, per the hands of Chs. E. Mound.
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    • Aaron Spell Tax Receipt, 3/18/1843

    • Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Taxation, State--Mississippi.; Nathan, A.M. (Asher M.)
    • 18 March 1843 receipt for $12.08 for payment of state and county taxes of A. M. Nathan & A. Spell for the year 1842, signed by B.D. Scott for J.M. Hollingsworth.
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    • Aaron Spell Wilkinson Account, 1836

    • Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 26 March 1836 cotton receipt from Leigh Maddux & Co. for 24 bales cotton sold for Aaron Spell, Esq., to N. N. Wilkinson in New Orleans.
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    • March 1, 1944 Miss-State-Ment

    • Mississippi State University--History.; Army Specialized Training Program (U.S.); Mississippi State College.; Theaters--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County.; World War II.
    • The Miss-State-Ment, a student newsletter for Mississippi State College, Volume 1, Number 5 (Wednesday, March 1, 1944).
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    • Club Boy Rally

    • Public demonstrations--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; 4-H Clubs--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.; 4-H Club rallies--Mississippi--Clay County--Photographs.
    • A club rally for all club boys in the County was held in West Point on March 29th. Here the club boys march in single file down Commerce Street in a line more than a block long.
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    • Copiah County 4-H rally

    • 4-H clubs; Strong Hope 4-H Club (Copiah County, Miss.);Allen 4-H Club (Copiah County, Miss.); Center Point 4-H Club (Lincoln County, Miss.); Hopewell 4-H Club (Copiah County, Miss.)
    • Copiah County 4-H club rally, March 18, 1933.
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    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team

    • 4-H clubs; Poultry; Contests; Rushing, Dot Marie; Agricultural extension workers
    • Clay County 4-H poultry judging team made high team score and had highest scoring individual in contest. Front row, left to right - Jackie Ellis, 1943 team member and assistant to coach; Elsie Ray Ellis, Ann Harter; and Dot Marie Rushing, Clay...
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    • Southern Entomologists Convention

    • Entomology--Louisiana--Madison County--Photographs.; Congresses and conventions--Louisiana--Madison County--Photographs.; Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.
    • Convention of Southern Entomologists at Tallulah (La.). March 1920.
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    • Moss With Mabus

    • Moss, Robert S.(Sid)--Photographs.; Mabus, Ray, 1948-.--Photographs.; Public officers--Mississippi--Photographs.; Governors--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Fire Prevention Month Proclamation (March 1989). Robert S. (Sid) Moss, Mississippi state forester, with Mississippi Governor Ray Mabus.
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    • Program of Work for Canning Clubs

    • Mississippi State University. Cooperative Extension Service.; Johnston, Mary E.; Powell, Susie V.; Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.; Wilson, R. S.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; 4-H clubs--Mississippi.; Canning and...
    • "Program of Work for Canning Clubs," Food Preservation Series No. 3, March, 1920.
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    • Turn dairy problems into opportunities

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Benson, Ezra Taft; Dairy farming; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; American Dairy Association; Agriculture and state; Economic policy; Dairy products; Butter; Prices; Consumption (Economics)
    • Turn Dairy Problems Into Opportunities,' address of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson before the American Dairy Association in Chicago, Ill., Monday, March 23, 1953, at about 2:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. Concerns the production and...
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    • Fifty-four baby beeves Greenwood

    • 4-H clubs; Beef cattle; Livestock exhibitions; Future Farmers of America
    • Fifty-four baby beeves shown in this class at Northwest Mississippi Livestock Show, Greenwood (Miss.), March 30-April 1, 1944. Picture from Junior Division of show. Exhibitors are 4-H Club members and Future Farmers.
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    • Aldrich Bros. champion bull

    • Bulls; Aldrich, Ransom E., 1894-50; Livestock exhibitions; Michigan City (Miss.)
    • Champion Angus bull shown by Aldrich Bros., Michigan City (Miss.). R. E. Aldrich at back of bull. West Point, March 27-29, 1944.
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