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From the M. James Stevens Collection. A newspaper clipping from the Biloxi Sun Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi titled "Attorney ordered to pay settlement". The clipping is dated August 11, 1981.

11 August 1981

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A newspaper clipping from the Biloxi Sun Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi titled "Former Beauvoir group attorney sought by Hinds County sheriff". The clipping is dated August 16, 1981.

16 August 1981

From the Camp McCain, Mississippi World War II Slides. Photograph (from a color slide) of the company taking a "10-minute break" at Camp McCain, near Grenada, Mississippi, in the Spring of 1943. Photograph taken by Lt. Omer Austin Heacox, who was with the Military Police during World War II.

1943

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A transcription from an article appearing in "The Tensas Gazette" in St. Joseph, Louisiana, detailing the capture of Union soldiers by the Confederacy in Rodney, Mississippi. Transcript written by M. James Stevens.

January 1916

From the M. James Stevens Collection. An article from Roadways Magazine published by the Mississippi State Highway Department in May 1971 describing the history and culture of the abandoned town of Rodney, Mississippi.

May 1971

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964. A note to the teacher.

1964

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A transcription from the "Military Record of Louisiana" by Napier Bartlett, published in 1875 by L. Graham & Co., describing the military history of Confederate soldier Cicero M. Allen who, among other accomplishments, captured Union soldiers at the Battle of Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi. Transcription written by M. James Stevens.

1875

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A pamphlet titled "An Adventure in Travel" detailing the history and landmarks of the Great River Road along the Mississippi River.

From the Stevens (M. James) Mississippi and Gulf Coast Research Collection. Pamphlet for the 1963 Biloxi Shrimp Festival.

8-9 June 1963

From the Camp McCain, Mississippi World War II Slides. Photograph (from a color slide) of the area guard at retreat at Camp McCain, near Grenada, Mississippi, in the Spring of 1943. Photograph taken by Lt. Omer Austin Heacox, who was with the Military Police during World War II.

1943

From the Camp McCain, Mississippi World War II Slides. Photograph (from a color slide) of the company returning after a hike to Camp McCain, near Grenada, Mississippi, in the Spring of 1943. Photograph taken by Lt. Omer Austin Heacox, who was with the Military Police during World War II.

1943

From the M. James Stevens Collection. An excerpt from the "Official Records of the Union & Confederate Navies Volume 25" detailing the naval presence by both armies near Rodney, Mississippi.

From the M. James Stevens Collection. An excerpt from "History of Rodney" by Marie T. Logan on the military history of the Rodney Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi.

1961

From the McAtee (William "Bill" G.) Civil Rights Collection; This collection contains an original curriculum packet given out at the SNCC-NCC training site in Oxford, Ohio, for Freedom Summer workers going to Mississippi. It is accompanied by William G. McAtee's notes on how he was presented with the packet on June 25, 1964.

1964

From the Mississippi Menu Collection. A menu from Camp Shelby mess hall. The menu items include juices, drinks, beer, soups, salads, sanwiches, steaks, seafood, ice cream, and special Italian items.

From the Camp Shelby History Collection; Plan of Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, Mississippi. 38th Division; Maj-Genl. Wm. H. Sage, Commanding.

circa 1914-1918

From the M. James Stevens Collection. A transcription from an article appearing in "The Tensas Gazette" in St. Joseph, Louisiana, detailing the capture of Union soldiers by the Confederacy in Rodney, Mississippi. Transcript written by M. James Stevens.

27 December 1915

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