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Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi: On Violence and Nonviolence
by Curtis Austin, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi: When Youth Protest, 1955-1970
by Dernoral Davis, Ph.D., Jackson State University.
Civil War: A Union Soldier’s View of the Battle of Raymond
Introduction by John F. Marszalek, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.
Civil War: Mississippi Soldiers in the Civil War: Documents and Commentary
by John Marszalek, Ph.D., Mississippi State University; and Clay Williams, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Civil War: Sherman’s Meridian Campaign: A Practice Run for the March to the Sea
by Kevin Dougherty, University of Southern Mississippi.
Civil War: The Road to War (1846-1860)
by Clay Williams, Mississippi Department of Archives and History.
Civil War: Union Soldiers on Ship Island During the Civil War
by James G. Hollandsworth Jr., former dean of the Graduate School at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Civil War: Vicksburg During the Civil War (1862-1863): A Campaign; A Siege
by Michael B. Ballard, archivist in Mississippi State University’s Mitchell Memorial Library.
Community and Junior College System in Mississippi
Ben H. Fatherree, Ph.D., Hinds Community College, Raymond
Conner, Fox
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.

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