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Rosenwald Schools
Jennifer Baughn, architectural historian, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Rural Electrification of Northeast Mississippi
Sara E. Morris, Ph.D., MLS, associate librarian for American history, University of Kansas Libraries.
Sarah Dickey: Indomitable Mississippi Educator
Walter G. Howell, Ph.D. is a former mayor of Clinton and a retired professor of history who taught at Mississippi College for thirteen years. He currently serves as Clinton’s city historian
Seafood Industry in Biloxi: Its Early History, 1848-1930
Deanne Stephens Nuwer, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Shipbuilding Along the Mississippi Gulf Coast
Deanne Stephens Nuwer, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Sillers Jr., Walter
Benjamin O. Sperry, Ph.D., is an instructor in history at Cleveland State University and Lakeland Community College, both in Ohio.
Slave Resistance in Natchez
by Jaime Boler, Ph.D.
Smith, Hazel Brannon
by Mark Newman, Ph.D., The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
State Sovereignty Commission: An Agency History
by Sarah Rowe-Sims, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Stephens, Hubert D.: Mississippi’s “Quiet Man” in the Senate
Martha H. Swain, Ph.D., is professor emerita at Texas Woman’s University.

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