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Educable Children Records (Mississippi), 1850-1965 Educable children records have proven invaluable to researchers trying to locate elusive Mississippians, as some families missed by the state or federal census may be found in these records.The materials presented here include lists of educable (school age) children submitted by Mississippi counties to the state's Secretary of State and Department of Education.The twenty photographs in the Corinth, Miss., Collection, were acquired from his daughter, Zelma Katherine Mc Cord, in 1983.Crowe (Milburn J.) Photograph Album In July 2005, Mound Bayou, Mississippi, historian Milburn Crowe donated to MDAH an album of ninety photographs of town fathers (and cousins) Isaiah Thornton Montgomery and Benjamin Titus Green, their family, and friends who included abolitionist Frederick Douglass and Bolivar County Circuit Clerk Joseph Emory Ousley.The Montgomerys and Greens were prosperous, well educated former slaves of Joseph Emory Davis (Confederacy President Jefferson's older brother).The founding of Mound Bayou in 1887 was the culmination of their lifelong efforts to develop a self-sustaining African American community.The eight black-and-white photographs in the Coovert (J.
The files may be searched by personal name, folder title and number, or rebuttal respondent.
The MDAH alphabet is a first edition with hand-colored letters.
Confederate Pension Applications (Mississippi) In 1888 the state of Mississippi began providing pensions to former Confederate soldiers and sailors, as well as their widows and wartime servants residing in the state.
The lists vary in content by year and may include such information as name, age, gender, race, election district or ward, name of parent or guardian, address, and reason for withdrawal from school. von Seutter Photograph Collection Elisaeus von Seutter was a German immigrant who opened a photographic studio in Jackson, Mississippi, in the mid nineteenth century. von Seutter Photograph Collection consists of 83 stereocards and photographs made between 18.
The stereocards feature images of Jackson including the Old Capitol, churches, and scenes along the Pearl River.