Agriculture--Mississippi--History; Lawrence County (Miss.); Sharp, Joe--Family
Joe Sharp family farm; multiple views. Farm of 305 acres located just north of Silver Creek, MS. Joe Sharp is MSU alumnus. Lawrence Co. agent Marcus W. Peterson and Lawrence Co. supervisor of the Farmers Home Administration assisted with...
Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908.; Hill, David B. (David Bennett), 1843-1910.; Populist Party (U.S.); Elections--United States--1892.; National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union--History--19th century.; Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway...
Letter to Cammie Williams from his cousin, Willie R. Hollingsworth, in Chicago, Illinois, regarding courtship and politics - particularly his support of the Democratic party and Grover Cleveland.
David Thames family farm; multiple views. Farm of 233 acres located in the Mt. Horeb Community about five miles southwest of Collins, MS. Covington Co. Agricultural agent Arthur Obrien and Assistant county agent Truitt Griffith assisted with...
Elections--United States--1896.; Gold standard--History.; Bimetallism--United States--History.; Saint Francisville (La.); Foster, Murphy J. (Murphy James), 1849-1921.; Wit and humor.; Plays on words.; Medicine--Humor.
Letter to Cammie Williams from his cousin, George H. Douglas, in Morgan City, Louisiana. Douglas mentions being a "silver bug," a reference to the 1896 political debate over the gold standard versus "Free Silver."
Feemster family; Poetry; Religious poetry; Grief; Death
Poem dedicated to Loulie Feemster by Martha A. Feemster at Ridgeway, sympathizing in the loss of her young son, Henry, and assuring her friend that he is happy in heaven. ''Original poem on death of little Henry'' is written on the reverse. 1862.
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885; Civil War; Politicians; Presidents; Politics and government; Generals
Volume 2 of a continuing series (currently 31 volumes) showcasing an edited collection of documents by and about Ulysses S. Grant. Materials in the series span the dates of 1837-1885; volume 2 spans the dates of April-September 1861.