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Americans have always been a people on the move. The first settlers at Jamestown and Plymouth had barely established a foothold in the early s when they began to push into the continent’s interior.
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The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has cataloged over 2, maps in its collection. They include hand-drawn sketches of towns, localities, plantations, and battlefields, as well as published maps from the sixteenth through twenty-first centuries.
MDAH has digitized over maps for this online exhibit. The earliest is a triptych printed by the famous Dutch cartographer Abraham. Rowland, Dunbar, The Mississippi territorial archives, (Nashville, Tenn., Brandon printing company, ), also by Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History, Mississippi (Ter.) Governor (William C.C.
Claiborne), and Mississippi (Ter.) Governor (page images at. Filename Descr Date Creator Contributor Publisher Callno Sysid; pdf: Acts passed at the second session of the sixth General Assembly of the Mississippi Territory, begun and held at the town of Washington, on the fifth day of November, one thousand, eight hundred and ten.
Mississippi, as a Province, Territory, and State: With Biographical Notices. by John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne, C. Lagrone - Mississippi - - pages. A History of Mississippi: From the Discovery of the Great River by Hernando.
by Robert Lowry, William H. McCardle - Mississippi - - pages. Some pre-statehood censuses of Mississippi Territory were taken at different intervals from until An early census of the Natchez District taken in from the Spanish provincial records has been printed in Dunbar Rowland, History of Mississippi, The Heart of the South, 4 vols.
(Chicago: S. Clark Publishing Co., ). Mississippi as a province, territory and state / J.F.H. Claiborne Mississippi business journal Mississippi manual of legal and business forms / George Franklin Webb Monroe Presbyterian Church (Pontotoc County, Mississippi) Session Records.
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The territorial capital of St. Stephens. The Territory of Alabama’s capital was in St. Stephens, a town in Washington County. Stephens was the site of a fort and was chartered as a town in The Journal of Mississippi History, a scholarly publication, was begun in and has been published jointly since then by the Society and the Department of Archives and History.
In the Mississippi Historical Society brought back into print J.F.H. Claiborne’s Mississippi as a Province, Territory, and State, long a collector’s item.
The Mississippi territorial archives. Compiled and edited by Dunbar Rowland. Volume 1. Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History and Rowland, Dunbar, and Mississippi (Ter.) Governor, (Winthrop Sargent) and Mississippi (Ter.) Governor. The Trans-Mississippi West, A Guide to Federal Records for the Territorial Period (Parts I, II, III, and IV, Sections 1, 2, and 3) Also available: American Women and the US Armed Forces: A Guide to the Records of Military Agencies in the National Archives Relating to American Women.
The history of Mississippi’s capitals and capitols involves several towns and nearly a dozen buildings. Throughout Mississippi’s territorial period and well into its statehood, choosing a permanent capital and securing adequate meeting space for government officials were constant struggles.
Natchez. The Mississippi territorial archives, (Nashville, Tenn., Brandon printing company, ), by Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History, Dunbar Rowland, Mississippi (Ter.) Governor (William C.C.
Claiborne), and Mississippi (Ter.) Governor (page images at HathiTrust). Provincial and Territorial Records, – ( ft.) Civil court records and other legal and administrative papers relating to the French and Spanish colonial and Louisiana and Mississippi territorial eras.
Slaves and Slavery Collection, – A Failed Enterprise: The French Colonial Period in Mississippi. By J. Michael Bunn and Clay Williams. From tothe future state of Mississippi was a part of the French colony of Louisiana.
The Mississippi Territorial Archives, by Dunbar Rowland Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Mr. Greeley's Letters from Texas and the lower Mississippi by Horace Greeley. Washington became the second territorial capital, when the seat of the Mississippi Territory's legislature was moved from Natchez to Washington on February 1, The Mississippi statehood convention of met in Washington at the Methodist Meeting House (which was purchased by Jefferson College in ).The first Colonial and Territorial Cotillion of Mississippi was held at The Eola Hotel in Natchez, Mississippi, on Friday, May 8,with ten young ladies making their debut.
There have been eight cotillions held sincein alternate years and depending on the number of young ladies who are interested in participating. Mississippi joined the Union as the 20th state in and gets its name from the Mississippi River, which forms its western border.
Early inhabitants of the.