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Antebellum Mississippi
Max Grivno is an associate professor of history at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Catfish Farming in Mississippi
by Terrill R. Hanson, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.
Cooper, Owen (1908-1986): Business Leader and Humanitarian
by Jo G. Prichard III, author of Making Things Grow: The Story of Mississippi Chemical Corporation.
Cooperative Farming in Mississippi
by Fred C. Smith, University of Southern Mississippi.
Cotton and the Civil War
by Eugene R. Dattel, economic historian.
Cotton in a Global Economy: Mississippi (1800-1860)
by Eugene R. Dattel, economic historian.
Depression and Hard Times in Mississippi: Letters from the William M. Colmer Papers
by Kenneth McCarty, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Economic Development in the 1930s: Balance Agriculture with Industry
by Connie Lester, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.
Great Migration to the Mississippi Territory, 1798-1819
by Charles Lowery, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.
Law, John and the Mississippi Bubble: 1718-1720
by Jon Moen, Ph.D., University of Mississippi.

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