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    • Oral history with Judge Margaret Alfonso

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 18, 2007 with Margaret Alfonso, the Senior Chancery Court Judge for Hancock, Harrison, and Stone counties. She discusses her experience with Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast.
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    • Oral history with Anne Petty

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on February 22, 2007 with Anne Petty, a retired schoolteacher, who describes hearing about Hurricane Katrina from her hospital bed in Washington and learning of its damage to her home in Pascagoula.
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    • Oral history with Judge Carter Bise

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 21-22, 2007 with Carter Bise, Chancery Court Judge on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Judge Bise describes his experience in Gulfport during and after Hurricane Katrina.
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    • Oral history with Elizabeth Marks Doolittle

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 28, 2007 with Elizabeth Marks Doolittle, Public Services Librarian at the University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Park Campus. Ms. Doolittle discusses her experiences during Hurricane Katrina.
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    • Oral history with Robert E. Bass, Jr.

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on May 14, 2008 with Robert E. Bass, Jr. (born 1955). Mr. Bass earned degrees from Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi Law School. He has served in many civic capacities, including...
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    • Oral history with Edward Boggs; 2003

    • A collection of interviews with African-Americans of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, circa twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, who knew Colonel John Robinson, an African-American pilot who was tapped by Ethiopian Emperor Haile Sellassie in the...
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    • Oral history with Eddie Carthan

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on March 22, 1979 with Eddie Carthan (born 1949). Mr. Carthan taught school at Durant Attendance Center and at Saints College in Lexington, Mississippi, and has owned and operated several businesses in Tchula,...
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    • House Act, No. 102; 15 May 1864

    • An Act: To provide for the safe custody, printed, publication and distribution of the laws, and to provide for the appointment of an additional clerk in the Department of Justice. By Mr. Dupre; Read first and second times, referred to the Committee...
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    • Oral history with Fannie Lou Hamer; 1972-1973

    • Oral history.; Two interviews conducted on April 14, 1972 and January 25, 1973 with Mississippi civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977). Hamer was a leading figure in the MFDP. She is best known for her 1964 national television...
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    • Oral history with Hollis Watkins; 1996

    • Oral history.; Three interviews conducted on October 23, 29, and 30, 1996 with Hollis Watkins (born 1941), the twelfth child of sharecroppers. Mr. Watkins was jailed for participating in the Woolsworth's lunch counter sit-in in McComb and a...
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    • Oral history with Mr. Rims Barber; 1995

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on July 5, 1995 with Mr. Rims Barber (born 1936). In 1964, he was a twenty-seven-year-old Presbyterian minister in Davenport, Iowa. He came to Mississippi in response to a request for volunteers to help with...
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    • Oral history with Mrs. Sarah H. Johnson

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on September 10, 1978 with Ms. Sarah Johnson at her home in Greenville, Mississippi. Johnson was born on March 10, 1938 in Charleston, South Carolina. She is an African American woman who has been active on...
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    • Oral history with Mr. Sank Powe

    • Oral history.; Mr. Sank Powe was born in the Delta in Elizabeth, Mississippi, on April 20, 1942. Growing up, Mr. Powe often worked in the cotton fields for meager wages. Mr. Powe attended Mound Bayou High School, Jackson State University and Delta...
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    • Oral history with Ms. Sarah Bernice Arnold

    • Oral history.; Ms. Sarah Bernice Arnold was born January 25, 1913, in Saltillo, Mississippi. She lived through the Depression and the closing of the banks in the 1930s, at which time she went to work sewing in a factory in Tupelo. Her husband,...
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