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Hamer, Fannie Lou: Civil Rights Activist
by Kay Mills, author of This Little Light of Mine: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer.
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.
Hollingsworth: An Artist of Joy and Sadness
by Hunter Cole, former associate director and marketing manager of the University Press of Mississippi.
Hookworm Disease: The Importance of Wearing Shoes
by Deanne Stephens Nuwer, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
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.
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.
Hurricane Katrina, Voices of
by Stephen Sloan, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi.
Italians in Mississippi
by Charles Reagan Wilson, Ph.D., University of Mississippi.

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