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    • Flowing Well

    • Eureka Plantation (Madison Parish, La.)--Photographs.; Wells--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Plantations--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.; Agriculture--Louisiana--Madison Parish--Photographs.
    • Shibly, Howard and Bondy beside flowing well on side of bayou Eureka Plantation.
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    • Woman at Well

    • Women's clothing--Mississippi--Lowndes County--Photographs.; Women's hats--Mississippi--Photographs.; Wells--Mississippi--Photographs.
    • Woman in a bonnet, standing by a well.
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    • Pat Harrison Waterway information

    • L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Pat Harrison Water Way (Miss.); Lumber industry; Reforestation; Petroleum industry and trade; Inland water transportation; Transportation; Forest management
    • Article about the Pat Harrison Waterway, possibly prepared by the Pascagoula-Moss Point Chamber of Commerce, as well as a map drawn by William A. Kolb.
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    • Model Home

    • Interior design--Photographs.; Art deco.; Textile design.; W. D. Jemison & Sons (Pass Christian, Miss.)--Photographs.; Dixie Guide (Newspaper: Gulfport, Miss.)
    • The interior of the one of the modern homes recently erected by W. D. Jemison and Sons in Pass Christian, 1954. Several of these new homes have been constructed by this firm. Many innovations are used in the building of these homes such as hardwood...
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    • Aaron Spell Bullock Deed, 1835

    • Deeds--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Bullock family--Mississippi--Holmes County.
    • 21 February 1835, is an indenture contract between Lemuel & Martha Bullock and Aaron Spell selling 80 acres of Holmes County land to Aaron Spell, signed by William L. Trimble, Probate Court of Holmes County, Mississippi. Page 2 outlines the...
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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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    • Mount Locust

    • United States. National Park Service.; Natchez Trace Parkway--Maps.; Blommart, John.; Taverns (Inns)--Mississippi--History.; Mount Locust (Natchez, Miss.); Sleepy Hollow (Natchez, Miss.)
    • 1957 brochure about the Mount Locust house and grounds on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi. It includes a history of the house and its owners, as well as photographs and a map of the location.
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    • Letter from Dept. of Archives and History

    • Rowland, Dunbar, 1864-1937.; Natchez Trace.; Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History.
    • Letter to Mims Williams' wife from the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, regarding roads in and around Terry, Mississippi, as well as Dunbar Rowland's encyclopedia of Mississippi history (1907).
    • Letter
    • 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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    • 1951 Negro Farm and Home Week itinerary

    • Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation; Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Farmers; African-Americans; Corn; Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College
    • Correspondence between Mose S. Shaw and Boswell Stevens about the 1951 ''Negro Farm and Home Week'' at Alcorn A&M College, as well as an itinerary and list of Negro farmers who produced 100 bushels or more of corn per acre..
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    • Letter from Mims Williams to His Mother

    • Children--Death--History.; Commerce--Mississippi.; Williams family.
    • Letter from Mims Williams to his mother, Virginia Williams, regarding the death of Lamar Hollingsworth, a child in Dry Grove, Mississippi, as well as Williams' attempts to sell his home in Magee.
    • Letter

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