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How Historians Use Primary Sources
Ryan P. Semmes, M.A., assistant archivist, Mississippi State University, and John F. Marszalek, Ph.D., professor emeritus of history, Mississippi State University.
Iuka: A Strange Civil War Battle
Michael B. Ballard, Ph.D., archivist, Mississippi State University Library.
Jackson: The Capital City and the Civil War
Timothy B. Smith, Ph.D., University of Tennessee at Martin.
Jefferson Davis Soldier Home - Beauvoir
Lisa C. Foster is pursuing her master's degree in the Department of History at the University of Southern Mississippi. Her master's thesis analyzes Mississippi's state and local policies for helping poor veterans and their families during and after the Am
Knight, Newton: and the Legend of the Free State of Jones
By James R. Kelly Jr., vice president for instruction and a history instructor at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Mississippi.
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
Wreck of the Sultana
Alan Huffman is the author of Sultana: Surviving the Civil War, Prison and the Worst Maritime Disaster in American History.

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