L.N. Dantzler Lumber Co. (Moss Point, Miss.); Pat Harrison Water Way (Miss.); Lumber industry; Forests and forestry; Petroleum industry and trade; Inland water transportation; Transportation; Forest management
Letter of A. M. Dantzler of the L. N. Dantzler Lumber Company, detailing the reasons why the Pat Harrison Waterway would be economically beneficial to the state of Mississippi.
Cotton industry--1840-1850.; Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Steamboats.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Pat Henry (Steamboat)
4 March 1848 cotton receipt from A. M. Nathan, for 25 bales cotton on Steamboat Pat Henry from Yazoo City, Mississippi, sold by A. M. Nathan and C. E. Mount. Second page is 18 June 1849 cotton receipt for 7 bales of cotton on Steamboat Hard Times...
Cotton trade--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Cotton trade--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; General stores--Louisiana--New Orleans.
23 August 1841 letter from A.M. Nathan to A. Spell discussing financial matters and the state of the cotton market, urging him to sell cotton and buy goods in the New Orleans market, and including a list of goods purchased by Spell from G.S....
Business records--Mississippi--Holmes County.; Poll taxes--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; African-Americans--Mississippi.; Nathan, A.M. (Asher M.)
Tax receipt for $19.91 paid by A. M. Nathan to Holmes County tax collector for 1843 state and county poll taxes; taxable items include 1 Watch, 10 Head Cattle, 7 Slaves, 440 acres land. Received by J.D. Wyatt, Sheriff and Tax Collector.