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  • Time period: 1860-1869
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    • Sykes, Watt & Co. Letter

    • Sykes, William; Sykes, Watt & Co.; Agriculture--Mississippi--Winona.; General stores--Mississippi--Winona.
    • Letter from Sykes, Watt & Co. announcing business.
    • Letter
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • Indenture of Orleans Warner to F. Krauss

    • Darden, Thomas L.; Krauss, F.; Warner, Orleans.; Darden Place (Plantation: Jefferson County, Miss.)
    • Indenture agreement of F. Krauss and Orleans Warner at the Darden Place plantation in Jefferson County, Mississippi.
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    • Letter to Mrs. Duvall; 04/14/1860

    • Darden family.; Darden, John P.; Fleming & Baldwin (Firm: Mississippi).
    • Letter from John P. Darden to Mrs. Duvall, requesting financial assistance. On the reverse is information about Darden repaying the debt.
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    • Franklin College Expenses

    • Franklin College (Nashville, Tenn.); Christopher, J. W.; Fanning, Tolbert, 1810-1874.; Read, Horatio.
    • Detailed list of expenses at Franklin College.
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    • Record of Cotton Purchased

    • Darden, John P.; Reed, Thomas.; Cotton--Purchasing--Mississippi--Jefferson County.; Confederate States of America--Confiscations and contributions.
    • Tho. Reed's record and letter to John P. Darden regarding cotton he purchased.
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    • Letter from Lulu to Her Mother

    • Children--South Carolina--History.; Women's clothing--History--19th century.
    • Letter from "Lulu" (Martha Louisa Starr) to her mother in Nacoochee, Georgia, 1861.
    • Letter
    • Cotton Owed to Government

    • Darden, John P.; Goodrell, Stewart.; Confederate States of America--Confiscations and contributions.; Cotton--Purchasing--Mississippi--Jefferson County; United States--History--Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
    • Letter to John P. Darden from the Treasury department in Natchez, regarding cotton sold to the Confederate government and now owed to the U.S. Treasury Department.
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    • Letter from Fleming & Baldwin: 07/27/1865

    • Darden, John P.; Fleming & Baldwin (Firm: Natchez, Miss.); Cotton--Purchasing--Mississippi--Jefferson County.; Confederate States of America--Confiscations and contributions.
    • Letter from Fleming & Baldwin to John P. Darden, regarding the amount of cotton he turned over to the Confederate treasury.
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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
    • Stock Sale Certificate

    • Columbus Gaslight Company (Firm: Columbus, Miss.) Sykes, James.; Gas-lighting.
    • Stock sales certificate for Columbus Gaslight Company in Columbus, Mississippi.
    • Document
    • Payment Record

    • Blacksmiths--Mississippi--Lowndes County.; Household goods.; Sykes, Marcella.
    • Statement of account for Mrs. Marcella Sykes for blacksmith, repair and delivery services by F. S. Kemp, Lowndes County, Mississippi, 1864.
    • Document
    • Receipt for H. L. Winters

    • Fayette Christian Church (Fayette, Miss.)--Design and construction.; H. L. Winters Tinware Manufactory (Rodney, Miss.)
    • Receipt for $19.40 paid to H. L. Winters' Tinware Manufactory in Rodney, Mississippi.
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    • Note from Confederate Soldier

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.; Williams family.
    • Dan Williams left a note with this document: "My great grandmother & great grand father gave aid to Civil War soldier trying to find his way home from Vicksburg. This note he left to them."
    • Letter
    • Invoice of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores

    • Darden, Putnam.; Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Artillery Battalion, 14th Jefferson Flying Artillery Battery.; Tupelo (Miss.)--History.
    • Jefferson Artillery materials: Invoice of ordnance and ordnance stores turned over to Capt. Put Darden at Tupelo by Thomas M. Austin.
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    • Freedmen Agreement

    • Caldwell, J. W. (John W.), 1817-1885.; Caldwell, Eliza, 1798-1864.; Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) -- Mississippi -- Oktibbeha County.; Freedmen--Mississippi--Oktibbeha County; Caldwell Plantation (Oktibbeha County, Miss.)
    • 1865 agreement of freedmen with J.W. Caldwell, the estate of Mrs. E. Caldwell of Oktibbeha County, Miississippi.
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