Blindness--History.; Blindness rehabilitation.; State Blind Institute (Jackson, Miss.); Schools--Mississippi--History.; Blind--Education and institutions--United States.; Blind--Education--History--19th century.
Pamphlet published by Alcorn & Fisher, Mississippi state printers, in 1872, containing the 1871 annual report by Sarah B. Merrill, superintendent of the State Blind Institute. The pamphlet includes the names of the pupils in 1871, their places of...
Salem Church (Oktibbeha County, Miss.); Slavery; African-Americans; Churches; Rice, Augusta H., 1831-1906
List of African-American members of Salem Church in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, 1865. Includes notations beside members who have died and one who is 'deranged.' All members are noted as servants of Augusta Hopkins Rice.
Hinds County (Miss.)--History.; Surveying--United States--History.; Chapel Hill (Miss.)--History.; Williams family.
Sectional map of Townships 3 and 4, Ranges 2W and 3W, from the Chancery Court of Hinds County, Mississippi. Note to Cam Williams discloses that the map apparently relates to a petition concerning the land area of Chapel Hill, Mississippi.
(l to r) Cindy Akers, Danny Akers, Tommy Coleman, Frances Coleman, Brandy Akers (holding Will Akers), and Ryan Akers pose for a photograph during the 2009 G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Leadership Awards Scholarship Presentation at MSU Libraries.
(l to r) Danny Akers, Cindy Akers, Tommy Coleman, Frances Coleman, Ryan Akers, Brandy Akers (holding Will Akers) pose for a photograph during the 2009 G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Leadership Awards Scholarship Presentation at MSU Libraries.
Sepulchral monuments--Mississippi.; Williams family.
Contract between Cammie Williams and A. J. Martin of Vicksburg, Mississippi, to build and set up a grave monument in Raymond, Mississippi, for Williams' mother, Virginia. The monument was to be made of white Georgia marble and would cost $133.