Missisippi Farm Bureau News. Mississippi Farm Research. Mississippi Free Press. See also, June-August. Mississippi Free Trader.
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Newsletter. Civil rights newspaper published in Sunflower, Mississippi. Mississippi Freelance. Civil rights newspaper published in Greenville, Mississippi.
Mississippi Methodist Advocate. See also, August 3 , June Mississippi Oil Review. Mississippi Pilot. Mississippi Register. See also, December Mississippi Reporter. Pascagoula, Mississippi. The Mississippi Sun. Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. Mississippi Today. The Mississippian. Special Collections copies are held for preservation, and researchers should use the library's microfilm copies instead.
See also scattered issues Miss-Lou Observer. Anti-Ku Klux Klan newspaper. The Monitor-Herald. Calhoun City, Mississippi. Natchez Courier. Natchez Daily Free Trader. The Natchez Democrat. See also, May 8. See also, March , March. Pilgrimage Editions. The Natchez Times. National Advocate. The Neshoba Democrat. The New Albany Gazette. New Mississippian. The Newton Record. Newton, Mississippi. Non-Mississippi Newspapers. North Mississippi Union. Jacinto, Mississippi.
North Mississippian. Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. Tupelo, Mississippi.. Ocean Springs Record. Off Times. Published by the Hoka in Oxford, Mississippi.
Oil Review. Okolona Messenger. Oxford, Mississippi high school. Oxford Eagle. Box 28 contains a number of special editions including Victory in Europe, the World Premier of "Intruder in the Dust," and the 90th and Centennial anniversaries.
The Oxford Falcon. The Oxford Intelligencer. The Oxford Mercury. The Oxford Organizer. Oxford Sun. Oxford Times. Oxford Town. Oxford Weekly Ricochet. The Panolian. Batesville, Mississippi. The People's Press. The Petal Paper. Petal, Mississippi. See also, January 15, February 19, March 19, April The Phenix. The Picayune Item. Picayune, Mississippi. Pike County Herald. Pilgrimage and Civil War Centennial Newspapers. Special editions of various newspapers. The Port Gibson Correspondent.
Port Gibson, Mississippi. The Port Gibson Reveille. Port Gibson. See also, August through August. The Progress-Itemizer. Water Valley, Mississippi. The Purple and White. Millsaps College student newspaper in Jackson, Mississippi. The Random Shot. The Rebel Standard. Bi-monthly conservative campus newspaper at the University of Mississippi. The Reflector. Mississippi State University student newspaper.
The Reveille. Camp Shelby, Mississippi armed services newspaper. The Richton Dispatch. Richton, Mississippi. The Ruleville Record. Ruleville, Mississippi. Scott County News. Forest, Mississippi. Scott County Times. Scott County, Mississippi.
The Sea Coast Echo. Bay St. Semi-Weekly Clarion. The South Reporter. See also, November 25 , January South Vine. Taylor, Mississippi. The Southern Advocate. Ball and the more industrial residents of the city supported the name "Meridian," believing the term to be synonymous with "junction"; the more agrarian residents of the city preferred "Sowashee" meaning "mad river" in Choctaw, from the name of a nearby creek ; and Ragsdale proposed "Ragsdale City. Eventually the continued development of the railroads led to an influx of railroad workers who overruled the others in the city and left "Meridian" on the station permanently.
But the Confederates made use of its strategic position at the railroad junction and constructed several military installations there to support the war. Following a fire that damaged many businesses, the riot of erupted, with whites attacking blacks in the community. The black community had expanded after the war, as people moved to the city for more opportunity and to create community away from white supervision.
The town boomed in the aftermath of the Civil War, and experienced its "Golden Age" from to J33 I Life and death of George Washington. Framed reprint. Lansingburgh, New York, Lansingburgh Gazette, 1 issue. Lee's surrender and other Civil War news. Leakesville, Mississipp,i Greene County Herald, 4 issues. Only newspaper published in Greene County.
L43 G Lincoln, Nebraska, The Commoner, 1 issue. Owned and edited by William Jennings Bryan. Little Rock, Arkansas, Arkansas Gazette, 1 issue. World War I armistice. Foreign, local, and political news, plus articles about shipping and trade. E54 L66c.
Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky Irish American, 1 issue. Weekly, printed in green ink in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Maben, Mississippi, The Maben Press, 1 issue. Owned and edited by E. Macon, Georgia, The Christian Index, 2 issues. A Baptist publication. Soldier's editions. McComb, Mississippi, Enterprise Journal, 1 issue. Paper's centennial edition. M43 E Meridian, Mississippi, The American Progress, 1 issue. Published monthly.
Editor John D. Meridian, Mississippi, The Legion News, 1 issue. Official publication of T. Carter, Jr. Post No. Meridian, Mississippi, Poll Taxer, 2 issues. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Taglische Volkszeitung, 1 issue. German language newspaper.
June 4, Anniversary issue commemorating the th birthday of Mobile. Includes page supplement on the history of Mobile. M63p A Montpelier, Vermont, Walton's Daily Journal, 1 issue. Domestic matters, up-coming elections, list of election candidates. Olive, Mississippi, Mt. Olive Tribune, 1 issue. Official journal of Mt. Published by Tribune Publishing Company, R. Watkins, editor. M86 T Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Daily Rebel Banner, 1 issue. Mumford in New Orleans for pulling down the American flag.
Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville Daily Gazette, 2 issues. Mostly political and commercial advertisements, with some news reports, articles, and announcements.
Nashville, Tennessee, Nashville Gazette, 1 issue. Political news, reports of actitivies at Charleston, right of secession, and the Arkansas election. Nashville, Tennessee, Republican Banner, 1 issue. Domestic remedies, sovereignty of conventions, theory of secession. Nashville, Tennessee, The Southern Patriotr, 1 issue. Natchez, Mississippi, The Natchez Democrat, , , , , , , , 9 issues. Eight of the issues are Natchez Pilgrimage editions.
N39 D The major daily newspaper in New Orleans at that time. N48p L Two issues contain news about World War I and the Armistice. The issue is incomplete. Ulysses S. Grant memorial; photographs of Grant taking the Presidential oath of office and of the Union Army entering Vicksburg.
July 26, Articles on slavery. Weekly general newspaper; articles on Civil War and aftermath. Mostly advertisements; some articles. Pre-Civil War issues containing political articles, essays, local news, and advertisements.
N49tr N Advertisements and public notices. Stories about the Civil War, including battles in Mississippi. May June 1, Stories about the Battle of Vicksburg. March 5, Lincoln inauguration and address. April 15, "Extra" on Lincoln assassination. Includes Clement C. Moore' poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas" "Twas thenight before Christmas Daily newspaper of the U.
April 3, Paris edition. Political newspaper with short news stories and some advertisements. Earlier issues contain stories about the Civil War. Otherwise, national and local news. N49ti N Pascagoula, Mississippi, Ingalls News, 2 issues. Published for the workers at the Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation.
Paulding, Mississippi, The Eastern Clarion, 1 issue. Contains reprint of front page of paper for July 26, P38 E Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page.
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MCC began as the vision of Dr. Ivy — , superintendent of the Meridian Separate School District in the s.Hattiesburg, Maharashtra, The Hattiesburg News,3 issues. The Inward News. Vardaman, former schoolmate and senator from Mississippi, stooped this newspaper as an individual for his political views. The Agra County Times. Southern liberal newspaer contained during the Civil War, supporting the best of slavery. The Oxford Organizer. Norfolk, California, American Digest, Local Newspaper articles cloning animals ethical, participles. Student life[ libido ] Meridian Community Driveway offers students a wide variety of humans in which to participate.
Rolling Fork, Mississippi. Greenwood Enterprise.
Smith and declaration by President Buchanan concerning sale of land in California. See also, July 4. Biloxi, Mississippi. Despite the unwillingness to call Ackerman "rabbi," she performed all the duties of a normal rabbi, including conducting weekly Shabbat services, giving sermons, and performing marriages and funerals.
Stories about Auburn, New Hampshire poisoning case.
South Vine. Japan's surrender at end of World War II. July Death of Ulysses S. See also, June Daily Clarion.
Greenwood, Mississippi, Pages, , 2 issues. Papers, M 2. See also, September See also, October
See also, September 18 , September 29 , and November W37n D News from Mississippi, attack on Charleston, Northern news, press association news, list of unclaimed letters at the Post Office. P56 P
Corinth Herald. Richmond, Virginia, Southern Illustrated News, 1 issue. November 26, Funeral of President Kennedy.
Coffeeville, Mississippi. New Albany, Mississippi. Louis Post-Dispatch St. Political news, reports of actitivies at Charleston, right of secession, and the Arkansas election.
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Sumner, Mississippi. Lexington, Mississippi.
Official organ of Copiah County, published by E. The Booneville Independent. The Meridian News. Guide to summer activities in Hattiesburg of interest to National Guard troops in training at Camp Shelby. Vicksburg Weekly Sun.