Charles Banks (1873-1923) was a member of the so-called Tuskegee Machine, a national network of 'lieutenants' who served as Booker T Washington's eyes and ears at the state and local levels.
These biographies aim to gain Mississippi's womens their place in its written record. The women whose stories are told here range from Felicite Girodeau, who... Læs mere
During the late summer of 1862, Confederate forces attempted a three-pronged strategic advance into the North. The third offensive, the... Læs mere
An encyclopaedic work by authors with extensive experience in Mississippi's surface geology mapping programme. It brings together published work, unpublished work from agency... Læs mere
Documents the struggle for equity in health and health care by African Americans in Mississippi and the United States and the connections between what happened there and the national search for social justice in health care.
A photo-history told in images old and new. The book includes the mug shots of all 328 Freedom Riders arrested in Jackson, Mississippi, along with contemporary portraits of 98 Riders, supplemented by interviews and brief bios.