HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF OKTIBBEHA COUNTY (MISSISSIPPI). [Local history for Oktibbeha County and Starkville, Mississippi.]

Carroll, Thomas Battle. Edited and amended by Alfred Benjamin Butts, Alfred William Garner, and Frederic Davis Mellen. W.W. Magruder (contributor).

Published by West Point, MS: Sullivan's Printing, September 1983.
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Reprint of the 1931 first edition published by The Dixie Press. xx, 263 pages. Hardcover: H 22.5cm x L 14.5cm. Lacks dust jacket. Maroon cloth with vibrant gilt stamped lettering upon front board and spine; light bumping at spine ends. Foxing upon top edge with top margins a few rear leaves minimally affected likewise; ownership inscription upon front free endpaper. Frontispiece portrait of the author; Preface; Introduction which includes an Appreciation of the author by W.W. Magruder; Index. Fourteen chapters as follows: {I} "Last Stand of the Choctaws;" {II} "Removal of the Choctaws;" {III} "Establishment Of Oktibbeha County: 1833-37;" {IV} "Dark Days: 1837-48;" {V} "Prosperity: 1848-60;" {VI} "Master and Slave: 1832-61;" {VII} "War between the States: 1861-65;" {VIII} "Reconstruction: First Period, 1865-70;" {IX} "Reconstruction: Second Period, 1870-78;" {X} "A Drift to Town: 1878-90;" {XI} "Cooperation: 1890-1916;" {XII} "Fruits of the Great War: 1916-24;" {XIII} "Five Years of Progress: 1923-28;" and {XIV} "Officers and the Machinery of Law: 1833-1932." Published posthumously from the author's notes, Judge Thomas B. Carroll (1860-1923) reviews events in Starkville and Oktibbeha County, Mississippi from the region's original Choctaw Indians to American settlement in the early 1800s as well as the antebellum slavery era continuing through the Civil War, Reconstruction, and early twentieth century. A very good+ copy of a scarce local history reference. {MS-Shelf #4}. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF OKTIBBEHA COUNTY (...
Publisher: West Point, MS: Sullivan's Printing, September 1983.

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Carroll, Thomas Battle. Edited and amended by Alfred Benjamin Butts, Alfred William Garner, and Frederic Davis Mellen. W.W. Magruder (contributor).
Published by Gulfport, MS: The Dixie Press, 1931. (1931)
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Book Description Gulfport, MS: The Dixie Press, 1931., 1931. First edition. xx, 263 pages. Hardcover: H 22cm x L 14.25cm. Lacks dust jacket. Dark maroon cloth with bright gilt stamped lettering upon front board, gilt spine lettering is quite dulled, 4cm tear to cloth at top of rear joint with further fraying lengthwise, lighter fraying and wear at spine ends, slender wear along board edges with corners worn. Rear hinge shaken. Prior owner's name at top of front free endpaper; non-authorial inscription at bottom of rear free endpaper. Frontispiece portrait of the author; Preface; Introduction which includes an Appreciation of the author by W.W. Magruder; Index. Fourteen chapters as follows: {I} "Last Stand of the Choctaws;" {II} "Removal of the Choctaws;" {III} "Establishment Of Oktibbeha County: 1833-37;" {IV} "Dark Days: 1837-48;" {V} "Prosperity: 1848-60;" {VI} "Master and Slave: 1832-61;" {VII} "War between the States: 1861-65;" {VIII} "Reconstruction: First Period, 1865-70;" {IX} "Reconstruction: Second Period, 1870-78;" {X} "A Drift to Town: 1878-90;" {XI} "Cooperation: 1890-1916;" {XII} "Fruits of the Great War: 1916-24;" {XIII} "Five Years of Progress: 1923-28;" and {XIV} "Officers and the Machinery of Law: 1833-1932." Published posthumously from the author's notes. Judge Thomas B. Carroll (1860-1923) reviews events in Starkville and Oktibbeha County, Mississippi from the region's original Choctaw Indians to American settlement in the early 1800s as well as the antebellum slavery era continuing through the Civil War, Reconstruction, and early twentieth century. Only a fair copy but still a scarce local history reference. {MS-Shelf #1}. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-02086

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Carroll, Thomas Battle. Edited and amended by Alfred Benjamin Butts, Alfred William Garner, and Frederic Davis Mellen. W.W. Magruder (contributor).
Published by Gulfport, MS: The Dixie Press, 1931. (1931)
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Book Description Gulfport, MS: The Dixie Press, 1931., 1931. First edition. xx, 263 pages. Hardcover: H 22cm x L 14.25cm. Lacks dust jacket. Dark maroon cloth with bright gilt stamping upon front board, moisture stain along spine edge of front board with spine cloth faded and spine's gilt lettering quite dulled, slight fraying at spine ends with very short surface tear to cloth at head of rear joint, strong moisture stain to rear board with associated soiling and staining to rear endpapers. Mild warble to bottom corners of rear leaves; faint to light associated moisture stains at fore-edge margins of most interior leaves with strongest toned stains after page 200 or so; small chip at fore-edge margin of pages 205-206. Prior owner's name at top of front free endpaper. Frontispiece portrait of the author; Preface; Introduction which includes an Appreciation of the author by W.W. Magruder; Index. Fourteen chapters as follows: {I} "Last Stand of the Choctaws;" {II} "Removal of the Choctaws;" {III} "Establishment Of Oktibbeha County: 1833-37;" {IV} "Dark Days: 1837-48;" {V} "Prosperity: 1848-60;" {VI} "Master and Slave: 1832-61;" {VII} "War between the States: 1861-65;" {VIII} "Reconstruction: First Period, 1865-70;" {IX} "Reconstruction: Second Period, 1870-78;" {X} "A Drift to Town: 1878-90;" {XI} "Cooperation: 1890-1916;" {XII} "Fruits of the Great War: 1916-24;" {XIII} "Five Years of Progress: 1923-28;" and {XIV} "Officers and the Machinery of Law: 1833-1932." Published posthumously from the author's notes. Judge Thomas B. Carroll (1860-1923) reviews events in Starkville and Oktibbeha County, Mississippi from the region's original Choctaw Indians to American settlement in the early 1800s as well as the antebellum slavery era continuing through the Civil War, Reconstruction, and early twentieth century. Only a god copy but still a scarce local history reference. {MS-Shelf #3}. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-02732

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