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Law, John and the Mississippi Bubble: 1718-1720
by Jon Moen, Ph.D., University of Mississippi.
Lincecum, Gideon (1793-1874): Mississippi Pioneer
by Greg O’Brien, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Love, Betsy, and the Married Women's Property Act
by LeAnne Howe, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Lumber Industry, the Growth of
by Tony Howe, president, Mississippi Great Southern Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society.
Making Ice in Mississippi
Elli Morris is the author of Cooling the South: The Block Ice Era, 1875-1975.
Marcus Shook: A Mississippi Hero
Richard C. Lukas, Ph.D., is a retired professor of history who taught European history at universities in Florida, Ohio, and Tennessee. He is the author of eight books as well as articles, reviews, and commentaries. Since his retirement, he has served as
Mission Churches and Multi-Ethnicity on the Mississippi Frontier
Otis W. Pickett is an assistant professor of history and director of the B.S. Ed. programs in social studies education at Mississippi College.
Mississippi Blues
by Christine Wilson, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Mississippi Constitution of 1817
Introduction by John Ray Skates, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Mississippi Constitution of 1832
Introduction by John Ray Skates, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.

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