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Forgotten Legal Pioneer
_Whit Waide is a clinical assistant professor of political science, university pre-law advisor, and general counsel to students at Mississippi State University._ _James C. Giesen is an associate professor of history at Mississippi State University. He al
Girls’ Tomato Clubs in Mississippi, 1911-1915
by Danny Moore, Ph.D., Chowan College, Murfreesboro, North Carolina.
Good Roads: Building the "Old Spanish Trail"
by Charles L. Sullivan, professor emeritus and archivist of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Harrison, Pat
Martha H. Swain, Ph.D., is professor emerita at Texas Woman’s University..
Henry, Aaron
Constance Curry, fellow in women studies at Emory University.
Hookworm Disease: The Importance of Wearing Shoes
by Deanne Stephens Nuwer, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Howorth, Lucy Somerville: Lawyer, Politician, and Feminist
By Martha H. Swain, Ph.D., history professor emerita, Texas Woman’s University.
Hull, Marie: An Adventurous Artist
By Marion Barnwell, English professor emerita, Delta State University.
Kennard, Clyde
Timothy J. Minchin and John A. Salmond, LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
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

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