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Charles Westmoreland, Jr. is an associate professor of history at Delta State University
Architecture in Mississippi During the 20th Century
Todd Sanders, architectural historian, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Architecture in Mississippi: From Prehistoric to 1900
Todd Sanders, architectural historian, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Capital Punishment in Mississippi: An Overview
by Donald A. Cabana, Ph.D., former chairman of the criminal justice department at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Capitals and Capitols: The Places and Spaces of Mississippi’s Seat of Government
by J. Michael Bunn, executive director, Historic Chattahoochee Commission, and Clay Williams, director, Old Capitol Museum, Jackson, Mississippi..
Community and Junior College System in Mississippi
Ben H. Fatherree, Ph.D., Hinds Community College, Raymond
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Charles H. Brown was an editor for the New York Times Magazine, and John Ray Skates was a professor of history at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Federal Census
Lydia Quarles, senior policy analyst, John C. Stennis Institute of Government, Mississippi State University.
Ferriss, David "Boo": A Baseball Great
by Rick Cleveland, The Clarion-Ledger.
Forgotten Legal Pioneer
_Whit Waide is a clinical assistant professor of political science, university pre-law advisor, and general counsel to students at Mississippi State University._ _James C. Giesen is an associate professor of history at Mississippi State University. He al

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