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    • Board of Police Letter

    • Lowndes County Board of Police (Lowndes County, Miss.); Contracts--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; McGowa Creek (Lowndes County, Miss.); Bridges--Mississippi--Lowndes County.
    • Lowndes County Board of Police appointment of James Sykes, John M. Witherspoon, Thomas C. Billups and George N. Harris as Commissioners to oversee the completion of a bridge across McGower (McGowa) Creek, Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1865.
    • Letter
    • Lowndes County Agricultural Society

    • Agricultural Society of Lowndes County (Miss.); Agriculture--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.
    • Constitution and by-laws of the Agricultural Society of Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1870.
    • Document
    • 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
    • Sykes Letter 2

    • Sykes, William; Agriculture--Mississippi--Carroll County.; Death.; Sykes, Marcella.; Sykes, James. Winona (Miss.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes from Winona, Mississippi, 1868.
    • Letter
    • Real Estate Letters

    • Meek and Sims (Firm: Columbus, Miss.); Fenner, Saunders & Co.; Land companies.; Labor--Mississippi.; Agriculture--Mississippi.; Mississippi and Alabama Land Co. and Immigration Agency.
    • Letters from the Mississippi and Alabama Land Company and Immigration Agency, Columbus, Mississippi, 1870.
    • Letter
    • Names Log

    • Slaves--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Plantations--Mississippi--Lowndes County.
    • List of slave names, possibly of James Sykes, Lowndes County, Mississippi, ca. 1857.
    • Document
    • Sykes Letter 2

    • Sykes, James.; Sykes, William; Agriculture--Mississippi--Carroll County.; New Orleans (La.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
    • Letter from William Sykes to James Sykes from New Orleans, Louisiana, 1867.
    • Letter
    • Letter to Jimmie

    • Lowndes County (Miss.)--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.; Elections--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Fires--Mississippi--Columbus.; Gleed, Robert.
    • Letter from M. W. (Mrs. James) Sykes, Columbus, Mississippi, to Jimmie (James, Jr.) Sykes, Bellevue High School, Bedford County, Virginia, 1875.
    • Letter
    • Pay Records

    • Agricultural wages--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Freedmen--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Payrolls--Mississippi.
    • Pay records for freedmen working for James Sykes, Lowndes County, Mississippi, ca. 1867.
    • Document
    • Interior of laying house

    • Chickens; Poultry industry; Farm buildings
    • Interior of laying house, poultry plant of Mrs. E. T. (Virgie) Orso, Laurel, Jones County, Mississippi. Pictured are Mrs. Orso (left) and Harriet M. Jones (right) and unidentified man.
    • Image
    • Sykes, Watt & Co. Letter

    • Sykes, William; Sykes, Watt & Co.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Winona.; General stores--Mississippi--Winona.
    • Letter from Sykes, Watt & Co. announcing business.
    • Letter
    • 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
    • Family fishing by floodwaters

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Rural children; African-Americans; Clothing and dress; Fishing; Rivers
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: A family of African-American Mississippians fish by floodwaters.
    • Image
    • 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
    • Buildings in flood

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Buildings
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Buildings amidst floodwaters.
    • Image
    • Voting Report

    • Elections--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Reconstruction--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Freedmen--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; African-Americans--Mississippi--Lowndes County.
    • Broadside: "Colored men who voted the Democratic Ticket" and "Radical Freedmen who voted to dishonor the White People," Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1868.
    • Document
    • Buildings in Flood

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Buildings
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Mississippi dairy barn and house amidst the floodwaters.
    • Image
    • 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
    • Farm structure in flood

    • Floods; Mississippi River; Flood control; Buildings; Farms
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Farm structure amidst floodwaters.
    • Image
    • Flood rooftops

    • Floods; Mississippi River Valley; Flood control; Buildings
    • 1927 Mississippi River Flood aftermath: Rooftops of buildings in floodwaters.
    • Image

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