Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Volume 02 (of 14), 1899

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Author Mississippi Historical Society
Editor Riley, Franklin L. (Franklin Lafayette), 1868-1929
Editor Rowland, Dunbar, 1864-1937
Title Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Volume 02 (of 14), 1899
Contents The historical element in recent Southern literature / C. Alphonso Smith -- Irwin Russell: first fruits of the Southern romantic movement / W. L. Weber -- William Ward, a Mississippi poet entitled to distinction / Dabney Lipscomb -- Sherwood Bonner, her life and place in the literature of the South / Alexander L. Bondurant -- 'The Daughter of the Confederacy,' her life, character and writings / Chiles Clifton Ferrell -- Sir William Dunbar, pioneer scientist of Mississippi / Franklin L. Riley -- History of taxation in Mississippi / Charles Hillman Brough -- Territorial growth of Mississippi / J. M. White -- The early slave laws of Mississippi / Alfred H. Stone -- Federal courts, judges, attorneys and marshals in Mississippi / Thomas McAdory Owen -- Running Mississippi's south line / Peter J. Hamilton -- Elizabeth Female Academy: the mother of female colleges / Chas. B. Galloway -- Early history of Jefferson College / J. K. Morrison -- The rise and fall of Negro rule in Mississippi / Dunbar Rowland -- Glimpses of the past / Helen D. Bell -- The historical opportunity of Mississippi / R. W. Jones -- Nanih Waiya, the sacred mound of the Choctaws / H. S. Halbert.
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Language English
LoC Class F296: United States local history: Gulf States. West Florida
Subject Mississippi -- History
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