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Mississippi By Udeema Shakya
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A student's guide to Mississippi
Legends of Mississippi By FCAHS Mississippi Writers
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This is a compilation of local legends adapted by students.
Battle For Charleston April 2009 By Mississippi Tom
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Civil War Re-enactment at Charleston, SC April 2009
SLAVE NARRATIVES Volume 8 By MISSISSIPPI NARRATIVES
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“Josh,(The Master) he’s been daid fer a long time now but we had a good life out at Waverly an’ many a night stood outside de parlor do’ an’ watch de white folks at dey... More > big dances an’ parties. De folks was pow’ful nice to us an’ we raised a passel er chullun out dar. All of ‘em ‘ceptin’ three be daid now. George is de oldes’ of those lef’. He’s a bricklayer, carpenter, preacher, an’ mos anything else he ‘cides to call hisse’f. He’s got 19 or 20 chullun, I dis’members which. Edith ain’t got so many. She live up North. I lives wid my other darter an’ her gal. I named her afte’ my sisters.< Less
SLAVE NARRATIVES Volume 8 By MISSISSIPPI NARRATIVES
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“Josh,(The Master) he’s been daid fer a long time now but we had a good life out at Waverly an’ many a night stood outside de parlor do’ an’ watch de white folks at dey... More > big dances an’ parties. De folks was pow’ful nice to us an’ we raised a passel er chullun out dar. All of ‘em ‘ceptin’ three be daid now. George is de oldes’ of those lef’. He’s a bricklayer, carpenter, preacher, an’ mos anything else he ‘cides to call hisse’f. He’s got 19 or 20 chullun, I dis’members which. Edith ain’t got so many. She live up North. I lives wid my other darter an’ her gal. I named her afte’ my sisters.< Less
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An Uninvited Conversation: The R Series Rated R for Roxanne By Camille St. Charles Mississippi
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An Uninvited Conversation: There is a certain type of peace in knowing that if anyone should become an alcoholic by now, Roxanne would be that person. She should be entertaining all types of... More > debauchery, careless behavior and loss of inhibitions because her life is like a bad game of charades. She has been picked apart and derailed by the death of her grandmother. Daydreaming of someone to rescue her and her troubled existence, but the truth of the matter is she might have to wave the white flag of surrender in order to save her own life. It’s getting to the point of her desiring clarity and like they say, clarity is a mother----! Sit back and enjoy the show because everything that you could hope to discover inside of this repenting tale is here. Watch a life in shambles spin out control as most of her good and noble intentions are trampled upon by vicious family members. A heavenly band of angels (E.A.S.D.) and karma take hold to offer a form comic relief along with an erotic thread woven through this< Less
Life on the Mississippi By Mark Twain
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Life on the Mississippi is a memoir by Mark Twain, of his days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War, and also a travel book, recounting his trip along the... More > Mississippi many years after the War. The book begins with a brief history of the river from its discovery by Hernando de Soto in 1542. It continues with anecdotes of Twain's training as a steamboat pilot, as the 'cub' of an experienced pilot. He describes, with great affection, the science of navigating the ever-changing Mississippi River in a section that was first published in 1876, entitled "Old Times on the Mississippi". In the second half, Twain narrates his trip many years later on a steamboat from St. Louis to New Orleans. He describes the competition from railroads, and the new, large cities, and adds his observations on greed, gullibility, tragedy, and bad architecture. He also tells some stories that are most likely tall tales.< Less
Mississippi Steamboats By Arthur Wyllie
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This is the story of George Merrick. He operated a steamboat on the Mississippi river from 1854-1863. it is his personal account and is written in the first person. A fascinating look at what it was... More > like living on the Mississippi in the mid-nineteenth century.< Less