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Dawson,Jim

Published by Lauderdale County Department of Archives & History, Inc., Meridian, MS (1988)

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About this Item: Lauderdale County Department of Archives & History, Inc., Meridian, MS, 1988. Spiral Bound Paperback. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. B&W Photos (illustrator). 1st. Fine spiral bound paperback. 4to. 310 pgs. . LCDA&H #92 Indexed. Seller Inventory # 011224

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Bridgforth, Lucie Robertson. David S. Pankratz. School of Medicine, University of Mississippi - Ole Miss.

Published by Jackson, MS: Medical Alumni Chapter and Guardian Society (Medical Division) of the University of Mississippi Alumni Association, 1984. (1984)

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About this Item: Jackson, MS: Medical Alumni Chapter and Guardian Society (Medical Division) of the University of Mississippi Alumni Association, 1984., 1984. Presumed first edition (no direct statement provided). xiv, 258 pages. Hardcover: H 23.5cm x L 15.5cm. Red dust jacket lightly rubbed with a few nicks and short tears at edges. Blue cloth. A few small light brown stains on bottom edge; interior pages are bright and clean. Binding retains some crispness. A very good+ copy in a very good- dust jacket. Seller Inventory # D17-6071

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Riley, Franklin L. [Franklin Lafayette Riley, Jr.], 1868-1929.

Published by Richmond, VA: B.F. Johnson Publishing Company, 1900. (1900)

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About this Item: Richmond, VA: B.F. Johnson Publishing Company, 1900., 1900. Probable first edition (no direct statement provided). 1-8, [4], 9-362, 1-51, [1], i-viii pages. Hardcover: H 19cm x L 13.25cm. Light green cloth soiled and rubbed with some staining, board corners worn, spine ends frayed with chipping at ends, 11cm tear to cloth descending from head of rear joint leaving some separation between surface cloth and underlying paper backstrip, rubbing to spine lettering with title still legible but with publisher's imprint at heel difficult to discern, front board's lettering still strong but with center state seal vignette quite dulled. Toning and soiling to edges; ink and pencil writing and doodling on front endpapers and front flyleaf recto; crayon, pencil, and ink drawing and writing on rear endpapers; occasional pencil marks as well as some soiling and foxing to interior pages as well. Binding has a few slight stress points but overall still firm. Only a good copy. Scarce Mississippi purple ink oval bookseller stamp on front pastedown: "From | The Corner Drug Store, | J.J. Gill, Prop. | Drugs, Stationery, School & | College Text Books, | Starkville, Miss." With frontispiece b/w image of State Capitol building, two page color Mississippi map presented on two unpaged leaves between pages 8-9, b/w illustrations and photographs, Appendix, 1890 Mississippi Constitution in separately paged 51 page section, and Index. Features a chronological review of state history written at a middle school grade level by an Ole Miss professor well known for his contributions to and editorship of the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society. Riley examines Mississippi history with greater inclusiveness of fact and less editorial commentary than what is often presented in earlier and later state-sponsored school textbooks (for instance, compare to a middle-school history reader OUR STATE; A GEOGRAPHICAL READER OF MISSISSIPPI by Willa Bolton also published by B.F. Johnson in 1925). Riley is, of course, not without faults for his breadth is quite narrow regarding slavery and African Americans. However, this remains an interesting book in the perspective that it provides a record of what was being taught to young nascent minds in Mississippi's rigidly segregated public education system of the early 1900s. At least two later editions of this book were issued in 1905 and 1915. Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. Seller Inventory # D17-6181

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Duval, Mary V. [Mary Virginia Duval], 1850-1930.

Published by Louisville, KY: The Courier-Journal Job Printing Company, 1887. (1887)

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About this Item: Louisville, KY: The Courier-Journal Job Printing Company, 1887., 1887. Presumed first edition (no direct statement provided). xii, 239 pages. Hardcover: H 19.25cm x L 13cm. Original green cloth well mottled; light wear at spine ends; flaking losses to spine's gilt stamping but title/author still legible; 10.5cm tear to surface cloth ascending front heel of front joint; slender band of frayed cloth loss at front board's bottom edge; board corners worn. Edges toned. Floral patterned endpapers. Some foxing and stains mostly on early and late leaves but occasional pencil marks and notes amongst text. Text block binding still reasonably firm. A fair copy but fairly typical condition for a 19th century school textbook, which, after some very cursory research, appears to be the first school primer focused specifically on Mississippi history and civics. Duval offers a broad review of Mississippi history from Hernando de Soto through the colonial and territorial eras and inclusive to the Civil War and Reconstruction. But, like its early twentieth century textbook counterparts by Pearl Vivian Guyton, Willa Bolton, and Franklin Riley, Duval's roseate and simplistic treatment of Mississippi history is quite flawed even upon granting leeway for the youth and intellectual immaturity of the target audience. Narrow breadth, selective exclusion of fact, biased presentation, and flawed analysis are exemplified by Duval's superficial review of slavery and disdain directed towards Native Americans among many other faults. The text also reflects an ardent pro-South perspective with no subtly in an "us" versus "them" attitude. Born in Rome, Georgia in 1850, Mary Duval moved to Sardis, Mississippi in 1861 and started a career as a schoolteacher in the 1870s which inspired her desire to author a suitable textbook regarding state history and government. This book is her first effort with a much revised and extended revision published in 1892 (also by Louisville's Courier-Journal Job Printing Company) under the title "History of Mississippi and Civil Government Compiled and Arranged for the Use of the Public Schools of Mississippi by Mary V. Duval; With an Appendix Containing the Constitution of Mississippi, Adopted November 1, 1890." Duval also penned a play titled "The Queen of the South: A Drama" first published in 1899 in Pulaski, Tennessee with a second edition issued in 1901 in Grenada, Mississippi. Seller Inventory # D17-8987

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Michael de L. Landon

Published by University Press of Mississippi (2006)

ISBN 10: 1578069181 ISBN 13: 9781578069187

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About this Item: University Press of Mississippi, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1578069181

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Michael de L. Landon

Published by University Press of Mississippi (2006)

ISBN 10: 1578069181 ISBN 13: 9781578069187

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About this Item: University Press of Mississippi, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First Edition. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1578069181n

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