Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi, Part 2
Embracing an authentic and comprehensive account of the chief events in the history of the state, this newly republished double volume collection provides a record of the lives of many of the most worthy and illustrious families and individuals of Mississippi. Part 2, containing chapters sixteen through twenty-four, is a much more personal study of the people of Mississippi. This section presents sketches of individual life and gives special attention to notable families and conspicuous and prominent residents of the state.
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SKETCHES OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE P
MEMOIRS OF A FEW FAMILIES Q
OTHER PROMINENT PERSONS R
SELECTED MEMORIALS S
CONSPICUOUS RESIDENTS OF THE STATE T
A FEW SPECIAL NOTICES U
A GLANCE AT INDIVIDUAL RECORDS V
BRIEF NOTICES OF PROMINENT PERSONS W
CONCLUDING INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY NOTICES Y
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