Against All Odds: The First Black Legislators in Mississippi

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Against All Odds: The First Black Legislators in Mississippi

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DeeDee Baldwin
Assistant Professor, History Research Librarian
dbaldwin@library.msstate.edu

Collection Items

Letter from William H. Lynch to Governor Ames
Letter from William H. Lynch to Governor Adelbert Ames, regarding aid for victims of the 1874 Mississippi River flood.

Letter from Stephen B. Blackwell to Governor Ames
Letter from Stephen B. Blackwell to Governor Adelbert Ames, regarding rations for victims of the 1874 Mississippi River flood.

Signature of Stephen B. Blackwell
Signature of Stephen B. Blackwell from an 1874 letter to Governor Ames.

Letter from W. H. Harris to Charles W. Clarke
Letter from W. H. Harris to Judge Charles W. Clarke, requesting aid for people affected by the Mississippi River flood of 1874.

Signature of Walter Boyd
Signature of Walter Boyd

Signature of Harrison H. Truhart
Signature of Harrison H. Truhart

Signature of Isham Stewart
Signature of Isham Stewart

Signature of James J. Spelman
Signature of James J. Spelman

Signature of James A. Shorter, Jr.
Signature of James A. Shorter, Jr.

Signature of Ralph Williams
Signature of Ralph Williams
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