Tensas Parish (La.)--History.; Natchez (Miss.)--History.; Waterproof (La.)--History.; Saint Joseph (La.)--History.; Plantation life--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Slavery--United States--History--19th century.; Levees--Louisiana.;...
Diary kept by plantation owner Zenas Preston from 1850-1853. Preston's plantation, Leftwich, was situated on Lake St. Peter in Tensas Parish, Louisiana, and Preston describes frequent trips to Waterproof, Saint Joseph, and Natchez via the...
Mississippi State University--History.; Farmers--Mississippi.; Home demonstration work--Mississippi.; Mississippi State College.; Agriculture--Mississippi. ; Farm and Home Week (Mississippi State College Extension Department)
Program for Farm and Home Week, July 30 - August 1, 1941.
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..
22 June 1835 letter/cotton receipt transmitting $30.00 from Maddux & Woods to Aaron Spell. Receipt details cotton sales from May 1834 to June 1835 to various persons, sold for Aaron Spell by Maddux & Woods, New Orleans.
Hinds Co. (Miss.) ; Angelo, L. F. (Lawrence)--Family. ; African-Americans--Mississippi--Hinds County--Photographs.;farm life--Mississippi.
L. F. Angelo family farm; multiple views. Farm of 375 acres owned and 355 in partnership with Mrs. Ola B. Williams located in Edwards, MS. Hinds Co. Agricultural agent Graham Hales assisted with selection of farm family.