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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.
Beauvoir
by Lynda Lasswell Crist, editor and project director, The Papers of Jefferson Davis at Rice University.
Bell, Cool Papa
by William "Brother" Rogers, Stennis Center for Public Service
Black Confederate Pensioners
by James G. Hollandsworth Jr., Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
British West Florida: Mississippi Under British Rule
by Robert V. Haynes, Ph.D., Western Kentucky University.
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..
Carroll County Courthouse Massacre
Rick Ward, a retired naval officer with the NCIS.
Catfish Farming in Mississippi
by Terrill R. Hanson, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.

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