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Since 1939 the Journal of Mississippi History has been publishing lively and engaging articles by distinguished scholars on the history of the state, the Lower Mississippi Valley, and the South. Topics range from Native Americans and prehistoric archaeology to the Territorial years, from the Civil War to the civil rights movement. Each issue also contains book reviews and news of people and events in the Mississippi history community.

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Vol. 74, No. 1—Spring 2012                                                                  

The Yamasee War, the Bearded Chief, and the Founding of Fort Rosalie

By James F. Barnett, Jr.

  • Crafts of Freedom: The Poor People’s Corporation and Working-Class Activism for Black Power,
    by William Sturkey
  • Recent Manuscript Accessions at Mississippi Colleges and University Libraries
  • Bibliography of Dissertations Relating to Mississippi—2011
  • Historical News and Notices
  • Book Reviews

 

Journal of Mississippi History
P.O. Box 571
Jackson, MS 39205-0571
601-576-6850

H.T. Holmes, Editor-in-chief
Elbert R. Hilliard, Editor-in-chief Emeritus
Dennis Mitchell, Editor
Chris Goodwin, Managing Editor

Sandra Boyd, Genealogical Editor
Jennifer Ford, Bibliographical Editor
Robert Luckett, Book Review Editor
Charles Westmoreland, News and Notices Editor

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