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Agriculture and Forestry (Archives): Primary Sources

Primary Source Publications on Mississippi A-L

1940 Premium List and Catalog:  Clarke County Fair Association, Quitman, Miss.:  October 3-4-5, 1940.  Quitman, MS:  1940.  Agricultural exhibition.  Call Number:  GT4610 M7 P74 1940.

Aberdeen-Angus Cattle:  10 Bulls -- 45 Females:  Sale Will Be Held at the Fairgrounds, Greenwood, Miss., Monday, Nov. 9th, 1942.  Michigan City, MS:  Aldrich, [1942].  Call Number:  SF199 A14 A24 1942.

Thomas Affleck.  Affleck's Southern Rural Almanac, and Plantation and Garden Calendar, for 1860.  Brenham, TX:  New Year's Creek Settlers Association, 1986.  Reprint of 1860 Texas edition.  Mississippi author.  Call Number:  S414 A33 1986.

Alcorn Agricultural High School, Kossuth, Mississippi.  Catalogue and Announcements.  [Corinth, MS:  Rankin Printery, 1909-].  Special Collections has 1914/15 issue.  Call Number:  LD7501 A42 A4c

Announcements 1925-1926:  Lafayette County Agricultural High School, Oxford, Miss.  [Oxford, MS:  Eagle Print, 1925].  Call Number:  S537 L353 A56 1925.

George Howard Alford.  Autobiography of George Howard (G.H.) Alford:  Some of His Writing and Speeches and a Chapter on the Alford Family and the History of Farm Development in Mississippi for Fifty Years.  Progress, MS:  1949.  Agricultural extension worker.  Call Number:  PS682 A4 A98 1949.

American Tung News.  Poplarville, MS:  American Tung Oil Association.  Special Collections has 1963 volume; additional volumes available in Library Annex.  Call Number:  HD9490 T81.

Amite County Soil Conservation District (Miss.).  Annual Report.  [Liberty, MS].  Call Number:  S624 M7 A45 OVRS.

W.B. Andrews.  The Great Challenge in Mississippi's Changing Agriculture.  [Yazoo City, MS:  Mississippi Chemical Corporation, 1958].  Call Number:  S451 M7 A54 1958.

Annual Southeast Mississippi Livestock Show.  Forest, MS.  Special Collections has 1939 and 1942 editions; additional years available in State Docs.  Call Number:  SF117 S5.

Barbour Realty Company.  Alluvian Farm Lands in the Famous Louisiana-Mississippi Delta (Vicksburg District).  Vicksburg, MS:  [195-].  Call Number:  HD256 B372 1950z.

Barbour Realty Company.  Cotton and Corn Farms and Cut-Over Lands in the Famous Yazoo-Mississippi Delta.  Vicksburg, MS:  [195-].  Call Number: HD256 B3722 1950z.

Barbour Realty Company.  Mixed Upland and River-Bottom Lands (Vicksburg District).  Vicksburg, MS:  [195-].  Call Number:  HD256 B3723 1950z.

Harris Barnes.  The Beauty of Southern Agriculture.  Brandon, MS:  True Exposures Publishing, 2004.  Mississippi photographer.  Call Number:  S520 B37 2004.

Harris Barnes.  Cotton:  A 50 Year Pictorial History:  The Photographs of Harris Barnes.  Brandon, MS:  True Exposures Publishing Inc., 2002.  Mississippi photographer.  Call Number:  SB249 B37 2002.

Claude E. Beebe and Sam R. Greer.  Successful Tung Farming:  A Practical Textbook on the Culture of the Tung Tree.  Gulfport, MS:  Tung World Pub. Co., 1951.  Call Number:  SB299 T8 B44 1951.

Daniel F. Bertelson.  Mississippi Forest Industries, 1972.  New Orleans:  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station,1973.  Call Number:  HD9757 M7 B47 1973.

Biglane Dispersal Sale:  April 25, 1970, Natchez, Mississippi.  [1970].  Livestock auction catalog.  Call Number:  SF199 C5 B55 1970.

Theodore G. Bilbo.  Speeches of Hon. Theodore G. Bilbo of Mississippi in the Senate of the United States, May 20, 1940.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1940.  Surplus agricultural commodities.  Call Number:  E748 B5 A3 1940.

The Biomass Energy Potential of Mississippi...Prepared for Division of Energy and Transportation, Dept. of Economic and Community Development by Tenneessee Valley Authority and Mississippi Forestry Association.  [Jackson, MS:  1990].  Call Number:  TP360 B5879 1990.

Bio-Trol, Inc.  Trichogramma:  The Biological Approach to Cotton Insect Control.  Clarksdale, MS:  Bio-Trol, [196-].  Call Number:  SF562 T75 T75 1960z.

Bobshaw Seed Company, Heathman, Mississippi.  1944.  Cottonseed.  Call Number:  HD9093 U6 B63 1944.

Bolivar County Agricultural High School, Cleveland, Mississippi.  Catalog and Announcements.  Cleveland, MS:  [Enterprise Print, 1911-].  Call Number:  LD7501 C45 B6.

Bolivar County Farm Bureau (Bolivar County, Miss.).  Agriculture:  In Bolivar County, Mississippi.  Cleveland, MS:  1964.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 A324 1964.

Bolivar County (Miss).  Economic Development District.  Preapplication for Federal Assistance through the Farm Home Administration to Develop the West Bolivar Industrial Park, Bolivar County, Mississippi.  Cleveland, MS: [1976].  Call Number:  HD3616 M7 P74 1976.

John Dewey Boyd.  The Socio-Economic Needs of Rural Negroes Living in the Immediate Service Area of Alcorn A. & M. College.  Lorman, MS:  Alcorn A. & M. College, 1968.  Call Number:  E185.93 M6 B6.

Squire E. Brooks.  Tung Oil:  Mississippi's New Agricultural Industry.  Jackson, MS:  State Department of Agriculture, 1933.  Call Number:  HD9490.5 T853 U62 1933.

Clair A. Brown.  Mississippi Trees.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Forestry Commission, [197-].  Call Number:  QK169 B73 1970z.

Larry Brown.  Billy Ray's Farm:  Essays.  Lafayette County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  PS3552 R6927 Z466 2001.

Ellen S. Bryant.  Net Migration in Mississippi, 1950 to 1960.  State College:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.632.

Raymond Leslie Buell.  Agriculture in the Post-War Economy:  Abstract of Address by Raymond Leslie Buell, Round Table Editor of Fortune Magazine, at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Delta Council, Cleveland, Mississippi, May 30, 1941.  [1941].  Call Number:  HC106 B8 A3.

Steven H. Bullard, et al.  Hardwoods in North Mississippi:  Resource Information from Two Forest Surveys.  Mississippi State, MS:  Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center, [1995].  Call Number:  SD397 H3 H37 1995.

J.L. Campbell.  A Physical Survey Extending from Atlanta, Ga., Across Alabama and Mississippi to the Mississippi River, Along the Line of the Georgia Pacific Railway, Embracing the Geology, Topography, Minerals, Soils, Climate, Forests, and Agricultural and Manufacturing Resources of the Country.  New York:  E.F. Weeks, 1883.  Call Number:  QE78.5 C3.

Capitol Cloakroom:  The Honorable Jamie L. Whitten, Member of Congress.  CBS Radio, [1960].  LP record of radio show program with guest U.S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten of Mississippi discussing agricultural subsidies.  Call Number:  UA11 W45 C36 1960.

Catalog of Tishomingo County Agricultural High School, 1925-26:  Twelfth Annual Announcement:  Tishomingo, Miss.  Corinth, MS:  Rankin Printery, [1925].  Call Number:  S537 T57 C38 1925.

Central Mississippi Fair, Livestock and State Diary Show:  Premium List and Catalog, September 29 -- October 4, 1952, Kosciusko.  [Kosciusko, MS:  Star Herald, 1952].  Call Number:  S555 M7 C46 1952.

Central Mississippi Planning and Development District.  Proposal for a Feasibility Study for the Mississippi Museum of Agriculture.  Jackson, MS:  [1975].  Call Number:  S549 M7 P7 1975.

H.P. Chapman.  Picturesque Vicksburg:  A Description of the Resources and Prospects of that City and the Famous Yazoo Delta, Its Agricultural and Commercial Interests, to Which Is Attached a Series of Sketches of Representative Industries.  Vicksburg, MS:  Vicksburg Printing and Pub. Co., 1895.  Call Number:  F349 V6 C43 1895.

Clarke County Agricultulal High School, Quitman, Mississippi.  Regulations and Announcements.  [1919-20].  Call Number:  LD7501 Q85 C4.

Clay County, Mississippi:  In the Heart of the Alfalfa Belt.  West Point, MS:  L.L. Crump, [1917].  Farm ownership.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 C53 1917.

CMR Polled Herefords (Senatobia, Miss.).  Welcome to CMR's 36th Annual Sale at 12 Noon, February 14, 1977.  Call Number:  SF199 H44 W45 1977.

Coahoma ASC County Committee (Miss.).  ASCS Annual Report for 1964, Coahoma County.  [Clarksdale, MS:  1965].  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U573 1964.

Coahoma County Soil Conservation District (Miss.).  Annual Report.  Clarksdale, MS.  Special Collections has 1954 issue.  Call Number:  S624 M7 C63.

David L. Cohn.  Southern Cotton and Japan.  Washington, DC:  Council for Improved United States-Japanese Trade Relations, 1956.  Mississippi author.  Call Number:  HD9077 A13 C64 1956.

Conference on Haresting Pine Plantations on Erosive Soils (1967:  University of Mississippi).  Proceedings:  Feb. 14, 15, 1967, The University of Mississippi.  Call Number:  S623 C5.

Martin Sennett Conner.  Speech of Hon. Sennett Conner, Speaker, Mississippi House of Representatives, Delivered before the Agricultural High School Principals' Conference, Jackson, Miss., Jan. 11, 1922.  [Jackson, MS:  1922].  Call Number:  HJ2416 C6.

Mary Savage Conner.  Mary Savage Conner of Adams County, Mississippi:  A Young Girl's Journal.  Redwood, MS:  Blake Printing Press, 1982.  Plantation life in 1839.  Call Number:  F213 C65.

Copiah-Lincoln Agricultural High School, Wesson, Mississippi.  Announcement.  Brookhaven, MS:  Lincoln County Times, 1915-.  Call Number:  LD7501 W48 C6.

Lucius Osmond Crosby.  Speech of L.O. Crosby, Jr., President, Crosby Forest Products Co., Picayune, Miss., to Picayune Rotary Club, January 11, 1963.  [1963].  Call Number:  E185.61 C96.

Grady B. Crowe.  Specified Production Costs for Cotton and Alternative Crops, Yazoo-Mississippi Delta.  Stoneville, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953.  Call Number:  F347 Y3 C76 1953.

L.L. Crump.  Clay County, Mississippi:  In the Heart of the Alfalfa Belt.  West Point, MS:  1917.  Call Number:  HD1774 M7 C53 1917.

Mabel Green Crushshon, comp.  An Index to Hinds County, Mississippi, Freedmen's Bureau Labor Contracts.  Carrollton, MS:  Pioneer Pub. Co., 1999.  Call Number:  F347 H5 C78 1999.

Delta Agricultural Digest.  Clarksdale, MS:  Farm Press Publications.  Special Collections has 1977 and 2008 editions.  Call Number:  S505 D366.

Delta and Pine Land Company.  Biggest Cotton Plantation:  In the U.S. Is the Sixty Square Miles of Delta & Pine Land Co. of Scott, Mississippi.  [1986].  Call Number:  HD9079 D44 B54 1986 OVRS.

Delta Council.  Delta Bottomland Hardwoods, a Report on Bottomland Hardwood Research and Utilization.  [Stoneville, MS:  1945].  Call Number:  SD359 D4 D4.

Delta Council.  Report of Delta Council to Mississippi Agricultural and Industrial Board.  [Stoneville, MS:  1953].  Call Number:  HC107 M7 D45 OVRS.

Delta Council.  The Yazoo-Mississippi Delta:  Organized, Unified, Co-Ordinated.  A Story of Great Men Doing Great Work.  [Stoneville, MS:  19--].  Agricultural research.  Call Number:  F347 Y28 D4.

The Delta Council Review.  Stoneville, MS.  Agriculture.  Special Collections has two issues from 2005.  Call Number:  Newspaper.

Delta Farm Press.  Clarksdale, MS.  Special CLollections has scattered issues from 1969 to 2009.  Call Number:  S561.6 M7 D45.

Delta Staple Cotton Festival Association Inc.  One Hundred Years of Progress in the Mississippi Delta:  Clarksdale, Coahoma County, 1836-1936.  [Clarksdale, MS:  Ellwood Dillin, 1936].  Call Number:  F347 C7 O54.

Eva Tucker Denton.  Each Day a Bonus:  Life on a Delta Plantation in Mississippi.  Tunica, MS:  Mississippi Plantation Pr., 1966.  Memoir of a woman born in 1887 in Tunica County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  PS3554 E75 E3.

Diamond Tours.  Southern Guest Plantations:  Be a Guest at a Southern Plantation on Your Trip to the Deep South.  [19--].  Brown's Wells Plantation near Hazlehurst, Mississippi.  Call Number:  GV198.96 M72 B76 1900z.

Dorothy Dickins.  A Study of Food Habits of People in Two Contrasting Areas of Mississippi.  Agricultural College, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1927.  Call Number:  GT2853 M7 D53 1927.

E. Grey Dimond and Herman Hattaway, eds.  Letters from Forest Place:  A Plantation Family's Correspondence, 1846-1881.  Jackson:  University Press of Mississippi, 1993.  Carroll County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F347 C3 L48 1993.

Wall Doxey.  A.A.A. Substitute:  Temporary Farm Program 1936-1937:  Permanent Proposed State Farm Plan 1938:  Speech of Hon. Wall Doxey of Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1936.  U.S. House of Representatives.  Call Number:  K3870 D69 1936.

Wall Doxey.  Results -- Not Promises:  Speech of Hon. Wall Doxey of Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1934.  Speech on agricultural legislation by a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Call Number:  E748 D694 D69 1934.

Anthony P. Dunbar.  The Will to Survive:  A Study of a Mississippi Plantation Community, Based on the Words of Its Citizens.  Atlanta:  [Southern Regional Council], 1969.  African Americans.  Call Number:  E185.93 M6 D8.

Stephen Duncan.  Agricultural Bank.  [184-].  Mississippi.  Call Number:  HG2411 M7 A3.

James O. Eastland.  Brazilian Cotton, Henderson and Cottonseed Oil.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1941.  U.S. Senator from Mississippi.  Call Number:  SB249 E27 1941.

James O. Eastland.  Text of Address by Senator James O. Eastland (U.S. Senator from Mississippi) Delivered at the Sixth Annual Conference National Institute of Animal Agriculture.  Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University, 1956.  Call Number:  HD9410.5 E37 1956.

James O. Eastland.  World Cotton:  Speech of Hon. James O. Eastland of Mississippi in the Senate of the United States, September 15, 1941.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1941.  Call Number:  HD9075 E37 1941.

Sherwood Eddy.  A Door of Opportunity:  An American Adventure in Cooperation with Sharecroppers.  New York:  Eddy and Page, [1937].  Discusses the Delta Cooperative Farm in Hillhouse, Mississippi.  Call Number:  HD1491 U6 A133.

Evolution of Agriculture in Mississippi:  A Group of Addresses and a Letter Delivered on the Occasion of Placing Portraits of Col. W.B. Montgomery and J.E. Evans in the Mississippi Hall of Fame; Addresses by Prof. L.A. Higgins, Prof. J.S. Moore, H.F. WIlliams, O.E. Van Cleave, A.H. Stone, and a Letter by W.A. Evans.  [Jackson, MS:  1938].  Call Number:  S523 E9.

Farm Radio Service.  American Petroleum Institute Committee on Agriculture, [196-].  LP recording of radio interviews on agriculture, including one with U.S. Representative Jamie L Whitten of Mississippi.  Call Number:  S494.5 P75 F37.

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of the State of Mississippi.  Agitating Immigration for Mississippi.  Call Number:  HV6419 M7 F3.

Fidelity Securities.  Prospectus:  Lasco, Inc.  [Hattiesburg, MS:  1972].  Agricultural industry.  Call Number:  SB106 V43 P76 1972.

J.N. Flowers.  On the Duty of the State to Look after Its Forest Lands and to Help Its Citizens to Raise Crops of Trees.  Jackson, MS:  1945.  Call Number:  SD409 F4.

J.N. Flowers.  Some Suggestions as to What the State of Mississippi Should Do to Get Increased Production from Its Timber Lands.  Jackson, MS:  1945.  Call Number:  SD409 F42.

J.N. Flowers.  The State and Its Idle Land.  Jackson, MS:  1944-.  Forestry in Mississippi.  Ten volumes.  Call Number:  SD411 F4.

T.J. Flynn.  The North Mississippi Farmer of 1980 Speaks Out:  Problems and Prospects for Farmers.  [1980].  Call Number:  S451 M7 N6.

Franklin County Agricultural High School, Meadville, Mississippi.  Announcement and Catalog.  Meadville, MS:  1913-.  Special Collections has 1915/16 and 1917/18 issues.  Call Number:  LD7501 M43 F7.

Carolyn Myers Fulton.  Deemer, My Town:  Lifetime of Memories.  [Philadelphia, MS:  Stribling Printing, 2000].  Lumber company town in Mississippi.  Call Number:  F349 D44 F85 2000.

Hugh L. Gary.  The Answer Is Not Unionization, Address of Hugh L. Gary, President Delta Council, Stoneville, Miss.  Delivered over Radio Station WMC, Memphis, Tenn., July 18, 1941.  Agriculture.  Call Number:  S523 G3.

Ralph W. Gilbert.  "The Deep South -- and Mechanical Farming:  Where "Cotton Is King" Insurance Problems Are Many and Varied" in Harford Agent 49:6 (December 1949).  Call Number:  HG9969.75 M7 G55 1949.

C.H. Goodell.  The Farm Sheep Enterprise for Mississippi.  [State College:  Extension Department of Mississippi State College, 1937].  Call Number:  SF375.4 M7 G66 1937.

Stephen C. Grado et al.  Values, Attitudes, and Perceptions of Forest Industry Constituency Groups.  Mississippi State, MS:  Forest and Wildlife Research Center, 2002.  Call Number:  SD566 M7 V35 2002.

Greenfield Farm:  A Living History Museum for the Preservation of Rural Southern Culture.  [University, MS:  University of Mississippi Foundation, 1993].  Unsuccessful project to preserve William Faukner's farm.  Call Number:  PS3511 A86 Z78352 1993.

Greenwood (Miss.).  Chamber of Commerce.  Greenwood, Mississippi:  World's Largest Longstaple Cotton Market.  Greenwood, MS:  Lawrence.  Call Number:  F349 G82 G74.

Gulf and Ship Island Railroad Company.  Industrial and Immigration Dept.  Southern Mississippi along the Gulf & Ship Island Railroad:  Agricultural Resources, Climactic Conditions, Rainfall, Multiplicity of Crops, Transportation Facilities, Soils, Land Values, and General Information of Interest to Home-Seekers.  Louisville, KY:  John P. Morton, [1912].  Call Number:  F339.3 S66 1912.

Gulf, Mobile and Northern Railroad Company.  Development Department.  Cross Sections of Opportunity:  Being an Agricultural and Industrial Survey of the Territory Served by the Gulf, Mobile, and Northern Railroad Company.  Mobile, AL:  [1927].  Mississippi.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 C76 1927.

Pearl Vivian Guyton.  Progress in Mississippi.  Natchez, MS:  Mississippi Filmstrips, 1956-59.  Filmstrips with captions, including ones on "Forestry-grain-livestock in Mississippi" and "Development of Agriculture in Mississippi."  Call Number:  F341 G89 1962.

H. Weston Lumber Co. (Logtown, Miss.).  Preliminary Report of the Present Condition and Future Possibilities of the Holdings of the H. Weston Lumber Company, Logtown, Mississippi.  New York:  Vitale & Rotherty, 1923.  Call Number:  SD432 W4 OVRS.

James Hand Jr.  The Agriculture Sector of Mississippi Economy, University of Mississippi, 5-19-54.  [1954].  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 H3.

Annie Harper.  Annie Harper's Journal:  A Southern Mother's Legacy.  Denton:  Flowr Mound Writing Co., 1983.  Natchez, Mississippi plantation in the nineteenth century.  Call Number:  E605 H275 1983.

William Littleton Harris.  Address of Hon. Wm. L. Harris, before the Agricultural Association, Jackson, November 12, 1858.  Jackson, MS:  E. Barksdale, 1858.  Call Number:  S523 H3.

Ralph Frank  Harwood.  An Investigation to Determine the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Essential to Satisfactory Performance at the Job Entry Levels as Office and Administrative or Management Trainee Personnel in Rural-Urban Areas.  University, MS:  School of Business Administration, 1973.  Alternative title:  "Business Occupational Profiles in an Agricultural Economy.  Call Number:  HF1131 H42.

B.H. Hendrickson and J.E. McKeehen.  Soil Survey of Claiborne County, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1930.  Call Number:  S599 M5 L45.

Eugene W. Hilgard.  Address on Progressive Agricultural and Industrial Education, Delivered at Jackson, November 14th, 1872.  Jackson, MS:  Clarion Office, 1873.  Call Number:  S553 M5 H5.

Eugene W. Hilgard.  Report on the Geological and Agricultural Survey of the State of Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippian Steam Power Press Print, 1858.  Call Number:  QE73 M57 1858.

Eugene W. Hilgard.  Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  E. Barksdale, 1860.  Call Number:  QE73 M57 1860.

Hinds County Agricultural High School, Raymond, Mississippi.  Announcement.  Jackson, MS:  [Tucker Printing House, 1917-].  Call Number:  LD7501 R39 H5.

Edward Henry Hobbs and Fred C. DeLong.  Mississippi in Maps:  Industry, Resources, Agriculture.  University, MS:  Burea of Business Research, 1959.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 H6.

Ernest Jerome Hopkins.  Mississippi's BAWI Plan:  Balance Agriculture with Industry:  An Experiment in Industrial Subsidization.  [Atlanta]:  Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1944.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 H62.

Murray Hudson.  Dirt & Duty.  How I Came to Love the Land and Loathe Farming.  Lansing, IA:  Free River Press, 1995.  Farm life in Mississippi.  Call Number:  S521 H86 1995.

Thomas H. Hudson.  Address of Hon. Thomas J. Hudson, of Marshall County, at the Agricultural Fair, Jackson, November 9th, 1858.  Jackson, MS:  E. Barksdale, 1858.  Call Number:  S555 H8.

Benjamin G. Humphreys.  In Defense of the State of Mississippi Against the Charge of Peonage.  Washington, DC:  1908.  Speech in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Call Number:  F419 S96 H86 1908.

Humphreys Agricultural Stabilization Conservation County Office.  Activities and Accomplishments of Humphreys Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Office for the Year 1958.  [Belzoni, MS:  1959].  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 A38 1958.

F.M. Hunter.  Supplemental Irrigation on Mississippi Farms.  [Mississippi State:  Extension Service of Mississippi State College, 1953].  Call Number:  S619 S96 H86 1953.

Alden Bailey Hurt.  Mississippi:  Its Climate, Soil, Productions, and Agricultural Capabilities.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1883.  Call Number: S451 M7 H8 1883.

F.Z. Hutton, et al.  Soil Survey of Simpson County, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1921.  Call Number:  S597 M57 S5.

Illinois Central Railroad Company.  Passenger Dept.  About the South:  On Lines of the Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroads.  Important Questions Tersely Answered for the Information of Homeseekers and Investors.  [Chicago]:  1906.  Fourth edition.  Agricultural resources.  Call Number:  F205.5 M4.

In Honor of Sam Thompson:  A Lifetime of Dedicated Service to Mississippi Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Rural America.  [1978].  Mississippian.  Call Number:  S484 I54 1978.

Richard Inglis.  Concise Information to the Truck Growers of South Mississippi, Telling:  What to Grow, How to Grow, Where to Market, How to Prepare for Shipment, How to Sell Profitable, with Some Facts about Adaptability of Soil, the Use of Fertilizers, the Best Varieties of Vegetables to Grow, and Other Such Matters Necessary for Intelligent and Successful Practice of Truck Farming.  [Hattiesburg, MS:  Daily Progress Print, 1904].  Call Number:  SB321.5 I5.

J.W. Murfee & Co.  Northeast Mississippi:  The Magic Land of Alfalfa.  Okolona, MS:  Messenger Print, [1910].  Call Number:  HD9049 A4 N67 1910.

The Jackson Little Theatre Presents the Petrified Forest:  Celebrating Its 25th Anniversary.  Jackson, MS:  1948.  Call Number:  PN2275 M7 J33 1948.

S.A. Jonas.  Report of Hon. S.A. Jonas, Commissioner World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition to the Legislature of Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  J.L. Power, 1886.  Call Number:  S553 N4 J6.

Troy H. Jones.  Home Orchards in Mississippi.  State College:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1943.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.393.

Edward S. Judd and Willis S. Thompson.  Farm Homes in the New South.  Chicago:  E.A. Cummings & Co., 1912.  Agricultural resources along the Mississippi Central Railroad in the vicinity of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.  Call Number:  HD7289 U62 F3 1912.

Myron S. Kahler.  A Report on Pulpwood and Woodlands Procedure of the Pulp and Paper Industry in the Lower South.  Picayune, MS:  1945.  Call Number:  HD9757 A2 K33x.

Kemper County Agricultural High School, Scooba, Mississippi.  Catalog [and] Announcements.  Meridian, MS: Tell Farmer, 1912-.  Call Number:  LD7501 S26 K4.

Walter E. Kennan.  Leflore County Soils.  State College, MS:  Agricultural Experiment Station, 1957.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.553.

Walter E. Kennan, et al.  Soil Survey:  Covington County, Mississippi.  [Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office], 1965.  Call Number:  S599 M5 K35.

Walter E. Kennan, et al.  Soil Survey:  Lefore County, Mississippi.  [Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office], 1959.  Call Number:  S599 M5 K45.

W.M. Kethley.  The Basis and Need for Conservation Education in the Southern States.  Address Delivered at the Annual Conference of the Mississippi Association of School Administrators, Buena Vista Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi.  Cleveland, MS:  Delta State Teachers College, 1949.  Soil conservation.  Call Number:  S623 K4.

Randolph George Kinabrew.  Tung Oil in Mississippi:  The Competitive Position of the Industry.  University, MS:  Bureau of Business Research, 1952.  Call Number:  HD9490 U6 K5.

Lamb-Fish Lumber Company, Charleston, Miss.  The Hardwood Lumber and Farming Industries of Mississippi as Shown in Moving Pictures, Panama Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, California.  [Memphis:  Memphis Linotype Ptg. Co.], 1915.  Call Number:  HD9757 M7 L3.

E.L. Langsford and B.H. Thibodeaux.  Plantation Organization and Operation in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Area.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1939.  Call Number:  S451 M7 L3.

Francis Terry Leak.  Diary of Francis Terry Leak (1803-1864) Mississippi.  Typescript of accounts, cotton records, store accounts, and personal diary of a planter in Tippah (now Benton) County, Mississippi.  Copied from originals at the University of North Carolina.  Special Collections has volumes 2, 3, 4, and 5.  Call Number:  PN4390 L4 D5.

Lee County Council of Governments.  Agricultural Facts for Lee County, Mississippi.  [Tupelo, MS]:  1978.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 L44x.

David Lee.  Mississippi Survey:  State No Worst than Any Other:  White Paternalism Key to Negro Understanding.  In Telegram (Newark, NJ) (January 15-22, 1956).  Plantations and race relations.   Two parts.  Call Number:  E185.93 M6 L4 1956

Jasper S. Lee.  Catfish Farming...A Reference Unit.  State College:  Mississippi State University, Curriculum Coordinating Unit for Voational-Technical Education, 1971.  Call Number:  SH34 L4.

Leflore County Agents' Office (Miss.).  Leflore County Crops Recommendation Guide.  [Greenwood, MS:  197-].  Call Number:  F347 L47 L45 1970z.

Leflore County ASCS Office.  Newsletter:  Timely Information of Special Interest to ASC Committeemen and Others in the County.  Greenwood, MS.  Agricultural stabilization and conservation.  Special Collections has a 1969 issue.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 L44.

Leflore County Crops Recommendation Guide.  [Greenwood, MS:  Leflore County Agents' Office, 197-].  Call Number:  F347 L47 L45 1970z.

Legal Institute of Agricultural and Resource Development.  Conference on "Mississippi Agriculture in Transition."  Oxford, MS:  1968.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 L4

Legal Institute of Agricultural and Resource Development (Miss.).  The Easement Approach to Agricutural Adjustment:  An Interim Report.  Oxford, MS:  1969.  Call Number:  HD1761 E3 1969.

The Lexington Advertiser Presenting a Record of One Hundred Years:  Of Devotion to the Civic, Industrial, Agricultural, Social, Educational and Religious Life of Holmes County, Mississippi.  [Lexington, MS:  Lexington Advertiser, 1937].  Call Number:  F347 H6 L49 1937 OVRS.

Lincoln ASC County Committee (Miss.).  Annual Report, 1961:  Summary of Activities, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Lincoln County Committee.  Brookhaven, MS:  [1962].  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U575 1961.

Lindsey Wagon Company.  Price List and Specifications of the Lindsey Eight-Wheel Log Wagon.  Meridian, MS:  Dement Printing Co., [1925].  Logging equipment catalog.  Call Number:  F349 L37 1925.

Lindsey Wagon Company.  Price List and Specifications of the Lindsey Self-Loading Skidders.  Meridian, MS:  Dement Printing Co., [1923].  Logging equipment catalog.  Call Number:  F349 L37 L567 1923.

William Newton Logan.  The Underground Waters of Mississippi:  A Preliminary Report.  Agricultural College, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1905.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.89.

Longleaf Plantation.  Lumberton, MS:  [19--].  Call Number:  SK33 L66.

Primary Source Publications on Mississippi M-Z

 

Catherine Cocke Moyano Maldonado.  The Malvern Stories.  2000.  Memoir on growing up at Malvern Plantation in Columbus, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F349 C7 M34 2000.

Marshall ASCS County Office.  Summary of Accomplishments and Use of Funds:  Agricultural Conservation Program, 1962, Marshall County, Mississippi.  Holly Springs, MS:  1962.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 A37 1962.

Wilbur R. Mattoon and John Mann Beal.  Forest Trees of Mississippi:  A Pocket Manual.  [Mississippi State, MS]:  1931.  Call Number:  QK169 M38 1931.

Matthew Fontaine Maury.  Address of Com. M.F. Maury, before the Fair of the Agricultural & Mechanical Soc. of Memphis, Tenn. Delivered at the Fair Grounds...Oct. 17th, 1871.  Memphis:  Appeal Job Office, 1871.  Agricultural statistics.  Introductory remarks by Mississippian Jacob Thompson.  Call Number:  HD1769 M3.

James R. McDowell.  Mississippi Laws Made Plain:  Laws and Legal Forms Prepared for the Use of Business Men, Farmers, and Mechanics.  Kansas City, MO:  Bankers Law Pub. Co., 1921.  Call Number:  HF1275 M7 M2 1921.

Thomas Ford McGehee and Otis B. Casanova.  Report of the Holly Springs Branch Experiment Station, 1930.  Agricultural College, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 1930.  Call Number: S541.5 M7 M34 1930.

Frederick Francis Mellen.  Mississippi Agricultural Limestone.  University, MS:  1942.  Call Number:  QE129 A2.

Meridian Fertlizer Factory.  The Cultivation of Cotton and Corn.  Meridian, MS:  Dement Printing Co., [1913].  Call Number:  SB249 M43.

J.F. Merry.  The Yazoo-Mississippi Valley:  A Pamphlet Full of Information for Home Seekers and Investors.  Manchester, IO:  Illinois Central Railroad Co., 1910.  Agriculture.  Call Number:  F341.5 M436 1910.

MFC Services.  Annual Report.  Jackson, MS.  Agriculture cooperative.  Special Collections has 1975 report.  Call Number:  HD3134 A3 M69.

MFC Services.  Agri-Business International.  A Global Commitment to Agricultural Self-Sufficiency.  Jackson, MS:  [197-].  Call Number:  HD3134 A3 M685 1970z.

MFC Services.  Information and Sales Promotion Division.  Working Together Works.  [1980].  Agricultural cooperative in Mississippi.  Call Number:  HD3134 A3 M7.

Carroll E.W. Milton.  Diary of Carroll E.W. Milton (1826-1861):  For the Period September 1847 to March 1860.  [Texas:  1985].  Observations on farming and other subjects in Prentiss County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  CT275 M525 M56 1985.

Mississippi.  Jackson:  Mississippi Agricultural & Industrial Board, 1964.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M4215.

Mississippi.  Jackson:  Mississippi Agricultural & Industrial Board, [1965].  Call Number:  HC107 M73 M57 1965.

Mississippi 4-H Club News.  State College, MS:  Extension Service.  Special Collections has a 1962 issue.  Call Number:  S534 M7 M5.

Mississippi ASCS Newsletter.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service State Office.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1962 to 1963.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 M49.

Mississippi ASCS State Office.  ASCS Annual Report, Mississippi.  Jackson, MS.  Agricultural conservation.  Special Collections has scattered reports from 1955 to 1973; additional reports in State Documents.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U5.

Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.  Mississippi as It Is:  A Handbook of Facts for Immigrants.  Jackson, MS:  1895.  Call Number:  F341.5 T73 1895

Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.  Mississippi Farm Research.  State College, MS:  1938-.  Special Collections has issues from 1945-1946; other issues in State Documents.  Call Number:  S1 M617.

Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.  Mississippi Public Education Data Sheet.  [Mississippi State, 1992].  Call Number:  LC132 M7 M56 1992.

Mississippi.  Agricultural and Industrial Board.  Balance Agriculture with Industry:  Mississippi 1944 Law, House Bill 176.  [Jackson, MS:  1944].  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M42126 1944.

Mississippi.  Agricultural and Industrial Board.  Building Aggressively with Intelligence:  First Report to the Legislature.  [Jackson, MS:  1945].  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M4214 1945.

Mississippi.  Agricultural and Industrial Board.  The Job Before Us:  How Can We Achieve Post-War Prosperity.  [Jackson, MS:  1944].  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M4212.

Mississippi.  Agricultural and Industrial Board.  Mississippi Magic.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1960 to 1968; additional years available in State Documents.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M512.

Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station.  Economic Opportunities in Mississippi's Pine Lumber Industry.  [State College, MS]:  1961.  Call Number:  HD9757 M7 M5.

Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station.  Sociology and Rural Life Series.  State College, MS:  1950-.  Includes several numbers devoted to agriculture and forestry.  Call Number:  HT409 M55.

Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service.  Agriculture...Our Biggest Industry:  A Strong Agricultural Extension Service Helpt It Grow.  [State College, MS:  196-].  Call Number:  S544.3 M7 A37 1960.

Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service.  Annual Report.  State College, MS.  Special Collections has 1955 report.  Call Number:  S79 E465.

Mississippi-Arkansas-Tennessee Council of Governments/Memphis Delta Development District.  Agricultural Land Use.  Memphis:  1980.  Call Number:  HD207 M538.

Mississippi Association of Conservation Districts.  Jamie L. Whitten Appreciation Day, September 16, 1985.  [Jackson, MS]:  1985.  Call Number:  E840.8 W47 J3 1985.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Agricultural Prices, Mississippi, 1910-1960.  [Jackson, MS:  1961].  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 M5.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Cotton Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has two issues from 1973 and 1974.  Call Number:  HD9077 M7 C68.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Mississippi Agricultural Statistics Through...  [Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce].  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1950s to 1980s; additional years available in State Documents.  Call Number:  S21 A8 M5.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Mississippi Farm Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1957 to 1975.  Call Number:  S561.6 M7 M58.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Monthly Price Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has one 1973 issue.  Call Number:  HD9077 M7 M66.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Mississippi Weather Crop Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1963 to 1975.  Call Number:  S600 M53.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Mississippi Weekly Weather & Crop Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1975 to 1978.  Call Number:  S600 M53.

Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.  Weekly Broiler Report.  Jackson, MS.  Poultry.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1959 to 1974.  Call Number:  HD9437 U53 M58.

Mississippi Delta Future Farmer.  [1939].  Special Collections has volume 3.  Call Number:  S1 M55.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Base Book of Mississippi Agriculture.  Jackson, MS:  1955.  Call Number:  S21 A8 M5.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Mississippi:  A Land of Opportunities.  Gulfport, MS:  Dixie Press.  Call Number:  F339.3 M5.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Mississippi Fertilizer Law of 1970:  And Rules and Regulations.  [Jackson, MS:  1970].  Call Number:  KFM6867 F4 A3 1970.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Mississippi Museum of Agriculture.  Jackson, MS:  197-.  Call Number:  S549 U62 M57.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Mississippi Poultry & Egg Facts.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, 1965.  Call Number:  HD9437 U53 M57 1965.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Mississippi:  "The Magnolia State."  Jackson, MS.  Agriculture statistics.  Special Collections has 1947, 1959, and 1959 editions.  Call Number:  S451 M7 M55.

Mississippi.  Department of Agriculture and Commerce.  Resourceful Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS].  Special Collections has 1970/71 and 195/76 editions.  Call Number:  S451 M7 R47.

Mississippi Economic Council.  Manufacturing as a Phase of Community Development:  Transcripts of Panel Presentations at Community Development Forum.  [1956].  Includes "Why Farmers Want Industry" by Owen Cooper.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M38 1956.

Mississippi Employment Security Commission.  Annual Agricultural Report.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has 1950 and 1953 editions; additional years available in State Documents.  Call Number:  HD1527 M7 M5.

Mississippi Employment Security Commission.  Mississippi Cotton Bulletin.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1965 to 1967.  Call Number:  HD9077 M7 M57

Mississippi Employment Security Commission.  Mississippi Farm Labor Letter.  [Jackson, MS].  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1956 to 1967.  Call Number:  S561.6 M7 M575.

Mississippi Fair Commission.  Premium Book.  [Jackson, MS].  Agricultural exhibitions.  Special Collections has issues from 1960 and 1966; other issues available in State Documents.  Call Number:  S553 M7 P7.

Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.  Farm Bureau Program Adopted by the Annual Convention of the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.  Jackson, MS:  [19--].  Call Number:  S79 A2 F3.

Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.  Mississippi Farm Country.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has issues from 2000 to 2008.  Call Number:  S561.6 M7 M57.

Mississippi Farm Bureau News.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1945 to 1980.  S1 M614.

Mississippi Farmer.  Jackson, MS:  Thos. J. Anderson, 1953-1969.  Special Collections has a 1958 issue; other issues available in Main Stacks.  Call Number:  S1 M65.

Mississippi Federated Cooperatives (AAL).  MFC Quality.  Jackson, MS:  1966.  Agricultural cooperatives.  Call Number:  HD1485 M58 M43 1966 OVRS.

Mississippi Forest Products Laboratory.  Mississippi Forest Products Laboratory, Mississippi State University:  Building from the Past for Today's Industry and Tomorrow's Growth.  [Mississippi State, MS:  1980].  Call Number:  SD431 M57 1980.

Mississippi Forestry Association.  The Voice of Forestry.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1996 and 1997.  Call Number:  SD12 M4.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Biennial Report.  [Jackson, MS].  Special Collections has 1926/1927.  Call Number:  SD12 M7.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Champion Trees of Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS:  1989].  Call Number:  QK169 C43 1989.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Champion Trees of Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS:  1991].  Call Number: QK169 C43 1991.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Champion Trees of Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS:  1995].  Call Number:  QK169 C43 1995.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Facts at a Glance, Mississippi Forestry, 1958.  Jackson, MS:  1958.  Call Number:  SD12 M7 F33 1958.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Facts at a Glance.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has editions from 1981-85, 1987-89, and 1993-98.  Call Number:  SD144 M7 F3.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Forest Fire Law in Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS]:  1955.  Call Number:  SD421.32 M7 F67 1955.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Forestry News.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has the first issue from 1969.  Call Number:  SD144 M7 F66x.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Pathways for Forestry in Mississippi:  A Giant Step into the 21st Century:  [Report No. 2].  [Jackson, MS:  1985].  Call Number:  SD12 M7 P3 1985.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Safety and Training Manual.  [Jackson, MS]:  1970.  Call Number:  SD422 M55 1970.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Tree Planting Guidelines for Cost-Share Programs (Landowner Copy).  [Jackson, MS:  1986].  Call Number:  SD409 M56 1986.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Treetop Talk.  [Jackson, MS].  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1980 to 1985.  Call Number:  SD144 M7 F67.

Mississippi Forestry Commission.  Tree Planting Guidelines for Cost-Share Programs (Vendor Copy).  [Jackson, MS:  1986].  Call Number:  SD409 M562 1986.

Mississippi.  Governor's Forest Disaster Salvage Council.  The Story of Camille:  How Mississippi Recovered from a Disaster with a Bright Look to the Future; a Report to Governor John Bell Williams.  [Jackson, MS]:  1970.  Call Number:  SD423 M5757 1970.

Mississippi.  Industrial Commission.  The Realm of King Chemurgy.  Jackson, MS.  Economic aspects of agriculture.  Call Number:  HC107 A13 R43.

Mississippi.  Legislature.  Laws Relating to Industrial and Agricultural Activities:  Preliminary Draft.  University of Mississippi Law Center, 1973.  Call Number:  KFM6839 A3 1973.

Mississippi.  Marketing Council.  Revitalizing Your Community, a Service Program of Agriculture, Industry, Commerce.  [Jackson, MS:  1966].  Call Number:  HC107 M7 M427.

The Mississippi Milk Producer.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Milk Producers Association.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1958 to 1966.  Call Number:  HD9275 M7 M57.

Mississippi Pine Manufacturers Association.  Mississippi Pine Buyer's Guide.  [Jackson, MS:  196-].  Call Number:  SD397 P55 M57 1960z OVRS.

Mississippi Research and Development Center.  A Business Plan for Establishing a Hardwood Dimension Manufacturing Plant.  Jackson, MS:  1977.  Call Number:  TS880 J65 1977.

Mississippi Society of American Foresters.  The Magnolia Forester.  [Hattiesburg, MS].  Special Collections has one 1996 issue.  Call Number:  SD144 M7 M34.

Mississippi Society of American Foresters.  A Professional View of Forestry Issues in Mississippi:  Position Statements of the Mississippi Society of American Foresters.  2002.  Call Number:  SD144 M7 P76 2002.

Mississippi Soil and Water Conservation Commission.  Scott County Mississippi Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners:  Long Range Program and Work Plan.  [Jackson, MS:  1971].  Call Number:  S624 M7 S3 1971 OVRS.

Mississippi.  State Agricultural Bureau.  Premium List for the Third Annual Fair to Be Held in the City of Jackson, Exclusively, under the Control of the Agricultural Bureau:  on the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th of November 1859, with the Constitution and By-Laws.  Jackson, MS:  Mississippi Job Office, 1859.  Call Number:  S555 M7 P7 1859.

Mississippi.  State Board of Immigration and Agriculture.  Guide to Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  Pilot Pub. Co. State Printers, 1874.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 G7.

Mississippi.  State Board of Immigration and Agriculture.  The State of Mississippi.  Resources, Conditions and Wants.  Jackson, MS:  Clarion Steam Printing Establishment, 1879.  Call Number:  F341 M66.

Mississippi State Chemical Laboratory.  Summary 2005-2010:  Industrial & Agricultural Services, Chemical Regulatory, Petroleum Products, Research.  [Mississippi State, MS:  2011].  Call Number:  QD51.5 U52 M727 2011.

Mississippi State College.  A Report of Present Services; a Pledge of Future Services.  Dedicated to the Agricultural and Industrial Progress of Mississippi.  [Starkville, MS]:  1954.  Call Number:  LD3381 M6k 1954.

Mississippi.  State Department of Education.  Mississippi Agricultural High School News.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has two issues from 1926-1927.  Call Number:  S534 M7 M57.

Mississippi.  State Farm Labor Subcommittee.  Mississippi; an Analysis of the Farm Labor Situation, 1942-1942.  Special Report of the State Farm Labor Subcommittee.  1942.  Call Number:  HD1527 M7.

Mississippi.  State Geologist.  Preliminary Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  E. Barksdale, 1857.  Call Number:  QE73 M56.

Mississippi.  State Geologist.  Report on the Agriculture and Geology of Mississippi.  Embracing a Sketch of the Social and Natural History of the State.  [Jackson, MS]:  E. Barksdale, 1854.  Call Number:  QE73 M57 1854.

Mississippi State Penitentiary.  Crushed Agricultural Limestone:  Under Control of Mississippi State Penitentiary:  Plants at Okolona and Waynesboro, Miss.  [Jackson, MS:  1916].  Call Number:  TN948 L46 1916.

Mississippi State Textbook Purchasing Board.  Elementary Forestry for Mississippi.  Auburn, AL:  Prather Pub. Co., [1945].  Call Number:  SD144 M7 A5 1945.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  1.5 by '75:  Progress & Golden Opportunities.  [State College, MS: 1967].  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 A12 1967.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Annual Report.  State College, MS.  Special Collections has 1965 report.  Call Number:  S79 E465.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Cotton Program Comments & Worksheets:  Mississippi.  1984.  Call Number:  HD9077 M7 C6.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Economics and Use of Firewood for Home Heating.  [Mississippi State:  1979].  Call Number:  TP324 P37 1979.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Directions.  Special Collections has issues from 1999-2000; other years in State Documents.  Call Number:  S79 E48.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  III by '83:  Progress, Outlook.  [Mississippi State:  1981].  Economic aspects of agriculture.  Call Number:  S494.5 A355 I45 1981.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Agricultural Economics Department.  Breakeven Analysis for Major Crop Enterprises, Mississippi.  1981.  Call Number:  SB186.5 B7.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Alternative Fuels Study Committee.  Alternative Fuel Production from Agricultural Products:  Selected Articles.  Mississippi State:  1980.  Call Number:  TP319 A3978 1980.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Alternative Fuels Study Committee.  Potential for Ethyl Alcohol Production from Mississippi's Agricultural Products.  Mississippi State:  1979.  Call Number:  TP358 M57.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Economics Department.  Costs and Returns, Major Crop Enterprises, Black Belt, Mississippi.  1982.  Call Number:  SB186.5 C62.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Economics Department.  Costs and Returns, Major Crop Enterprises, Brown Loam, Mississippi.  1982.  Call Number:  SB186.5 C63.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Economics Department.  Costs and Returns, Major Crop Enterprises, Delta, Mississippi.  1982.  Call Number:  SB186.5 C65.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Economics Department.  Costs and Returns, Major Crop Enterprises, Lower Coastal Area, Mississippi.  [1983].  Call Number:  SB186.5 C665.

Mississippi State University.  Cooperative Extension Service.  Extension Economics Department.  Costs and Returns, Major Crop Enterprises, Sand Clay Hills, Mississippi.  1982.  Call Number:  SB186.5 C68.

Mississippi State University.  Division of Agriculture, Forestry, and Veterinary Medicine.  Mississippi Landmarks.  Mississippi State, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 2008 to 2011.  Call Number:  S79 M577.

Mississippi Workshop on Economic Education (University of Mississippi).  Bulletin.  No. 6 is "Changing Pattern of Mississippi Agriculture.  University, MS:  1952.  Call Number:  HD31 M5 B8.

Misterfeldt, Edgar L.  Diary of Edgar Misterfeldt.  [19--].  Diary entries from 1874 to 1926 of farm, cottin gin, grist mill, and sawmill in Plain, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F341 M584 1900z.

Montgomery County Soil & Water Conservation District (Miss.).  Calendar & ... Annual Report.  Winona, MS.  Special Collections has reports for 1998, 2002, and 2005.  Call Number:  S624 M7 M57 OVRS.

J.W. Moon and S. Rankin Bacon.  Soil Survey of Greene County, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1935.  Call Number:  S599 M5 D3.

C.P.J. Mooney.  The Mid-South and Its Builders, Being the Story of the Development and a Forecast of the Future of the Richest Agricultural Region in the World.  Memphis, TN:  Mid-South Biographical and Historical Association, 1920.  Call Number:  F396 M8 OVRS.

A.G.T. Moore.  The South, a Reservoir of Forest Wealth; a Presentation of Fact and Constructive Conclusions for the Consideration of the Mississippi Joint Legislative Forestry Comittee.  Presented before the Committee at Hearing in Jackson, Miss., on May 18, 1938.  [New Orleans:  1938].  Call Number:  SD426 S6.

A.G.T. Moore.  Tariff No. 2, Freight Rates and Table of Weights and Freight Deliveries on Southern Pine:  from Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas (Points Named Herein) to Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.  New Orleans:  Southern Pine Association, 1928.  Call Number:  HE2116 L8 M66 1928.

J.S. Morris.  Address at the Opening of the Fifth Annual Fair of the Attala County Agricultural and Mechanical Association.  Jackson, MS:  Alcorn and Fisher, 1871.  Call Number:  S553 A8 M6.

M-R-S Manufacturing Company.  Mississippi Wagon.  [Jackson, MS:  1946].  Farm equipment catalog.  Call Number:  TE227 M2 1946.

M-R-S Manufacturing Company.  Mississippi Wagon.  [Jackson, MS:  1948].  Farm equipment catalog.  Call Number:  TE227 M2 1948.

Joe Myer.  The Sabotage of Freedom Village:  How the Farmers Home Administration Blocked Housing for the Rural Poor in Mississippi:  A Sorry Tale of Bureacratic Chicanery, Double Talk and Double Dealing.  Washington, DC:  Rural Housing Alliance, 1974.  Call Number:  HD7289 A4 U5 1974a.

National Negro County Agents Association.  Meeting (12th: 1963: Itta Bena, Miss.).  Program:  Twelfth Annual Meeting.  [1963].  Agricultural extension.  Call Number:  S544 N28 1963.

National Watershed Congress:  [Proceedings].  Washington, DC.  Special Collections has 1956 edition with remarks on agriculture by U.S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten of Mississippi.  Call Number:  HD1694 A15.

Robert Hitt Neill and James R. Baugh.  How to Lose Your Farm in Ten Easy Lessons and Cope with It.  Leland, MS:  Mississippi River Pub. Co., 1987.  Part one is written by a Mississippi Delta farmer.  Call Number:  HD1476 U6 A156 1987.

Newton County Soil Conservation District (Miss.).  Soil Conservation District Law of Mississippi.  Decatur, MS:  1950.  Call Number:  S624 M7 S65 1950 OVRS.

Julia Tigner Noland and Blanche Connelly Saucier.  Confederate Greenbacks:  Mississippi Plantation Life in the 70s and 80s.  San Antonio, TX:  Naylor Company, 1940.  Memoir of nineteenth-century plantation life near Woodville, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F341 N65.

Northwest Mississippi Fair Association.  Rules, Regulations, Program and Premium List of the Sixth Annual Northwest Mississippi Fair and Horse Show:  Como, Mississippi, April 30, May 1, 2, 3, 1940.  [Sardis, MS:  Southern Reporter, 1940].  Call Number:  S555 M7 R85 1940.

Oktibbeha County Agricultural High School:  Announcing Sixteenth Annual Session, 1928-1929.  Longview, MS:  [1928].  Call Number:  LD7501 L72 O38 1928.

Oktibbeha County (Miss.).  Agricultural Policy and Planning Committee.  Proposed Action Program for 1941 Based on Long-Time Land Use Recommendations, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, March 1940.  Call Number:  S544.3 M7 O4.

Oktibbeha County Soil and Water Conservation District:  From Our Dreams Come the Beauty of the Land.  [Starkville, MS:  197-].  Call Number:  S624 M7 O38 1970z OVRS.

Panola County Agricultural High School, Courtland, Mississippi.  [Courtland, MS:  1917].  Call Number:  F347 P2 P35 1917.

 Robert C. Parker.  Mississippi's Forest Inventory Pilot Program:  Use of Computer and Spatial Technologies in Large Area Inventories.  [Starkville, MS]:  Mississippi State University, [2005].  Call Number:  SD144 M7 F97 no.FO-274.

Harald A. Pedersen and Leila H. Thomas.  Estimated Population Trends in Mississippi, 1950-1956.  State College, MS:  Agricultural Experiment Station, 1957.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.550.

William Alexander Percy.  Lanterns on the Levee:  Recollections of a Planter's Son.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1941.  Mississippi.  Call Number:  PS3531 E65 Z5 1941.

Garey B. Perkins.  Export Potentials for Mississippi Agri-Industries.  [Mississippi State]:  Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service, [1984].  Call Number:  HD9000.9 U6 M75 1984.

D.L. Phares.  Farmer's Book of Grasses and Other Forage Plants, for the Southern United States.  Starkville, MS:  J.C. Hill, 1881.  Call Number:  SB193 P53.

Roy W. Pike.  Mississippi in Maps, 1969 -- Features, Agriculture, Resources, Industry.  University, MS:  Bureau of Business and Economic Research, 1969.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 P5.

Pike County Cooperative Extension Service (Miss.).  Cooperative Extension Service:  What It Is and What It Offers You.  [Magnolia, MS:  1976].  Call Number:  S544.3 M7 C64 1976.

The Planter and the Mechanic:  For Mississippi and Louisiana.  Jackson, MS:  J.J. Williams, [1858-1859].  Call Number:  S1 P4

D.J. Pledger and D.J. Pledger Jr.  Cotton Culture on Hardscramble Plantation.  Shelby, MS:  Hardscramble Plantation, 1951.  First completely mechanized cotton farm in Mississippi.  Call Number:  SB249 P55.

Prairie Lime Belt Association.  Prairie Lime Belt of Northeast Mississippi:  "The Dairyland of Dixie."  Aberdeen, MS:  [19--].  Call Number:  S451 M7 P73 1900z.

Premium List of the Benton County Free Fair:  Ashland, Miss., October 3 and 4, 1930.  Ashland, MS:  Southern Advocate, [1930].  Agricultural exhibition.  Call Number:  S555 M7 P74 1930.

A Public Service for Farm Radio.  Chicago:  Board of Trade Radio Service, [196-].  LP recording of radio interviews, including one with U.S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten of Mississippi.  Call Number:  S484.5 U5 P8.

Rankin ASC County Committee (Miss.).  1961 Annual Report.  [1962].  Rankin County, Mississippi Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U577 1961.

The Rice Journal.  New Orleans.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1921 to 1982.  Call Number:  HD9066 A1 R534.

J.A. Riley.  Climate of the Delta Area of Mississippi.  State College:  Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.605.

Rosedale-Bolivar County Port Commission.  Community Facility Loan from Farmer's Home Administration to Purchase the Railroad from Greenville to Rosedale, Mississippi.  Bolivar County, MS:  Bolivar County Board of Supervisors, [1978].  Call Number:  F349 R67 R66 1978.

Rural Life.  Jackson:  Mississippi Rural Life Council, [1944-].  Special Collections has first volume.  Call Number:  HT401 R78.

Sale of Aberdeen-Angus Cattle:  Consisting of 50 Females, 17 Calves at Foot:  Sale to Be Held on Farm, Michigan City, Mississippi, Thurs., November 4th 1943, 1 P.M.  Auctioneers:  Cols. Roy G. Johnston, Tom McCord; Fieldmen:  We.H. Tomhave...[et al.].  Michigan City, MS:  Aldrich, [1943].  Call Number:  SF199 A14 1943.

Roy Daniel Seale.  Characterizing Mills and Distribution Systems:  Strategies for Small Lumber Mills.  [Mississippi State, MS:  Forest and Wildlife Center, 2004].  Call Number:  SD144 M7 F97 no.FP-299.

W.O. Shurden.  Cotton:  Always "King" with Me.  1985.  Memoir of a Mississippi Delta cotton farmer.  Call Number:  SB249 S38 1985

Walter Sillers.  Address:  Before Annual Convention Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation, November 7, 1946, Jackson, Mississippi.  [Jackson, MS:  1946].  Call Number:  KF1682 S55 1946.

Susan Dabney Smedes.  Memorials of a Southern Planter.  Baltimore:  Cushings & Bailey, 1887.  Memoir and family history by the daughter (1840-1913) of Thomas Smith Gregory Dabney who owned a 4,000 acre plantation named Burleigh outside of Raymond, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F213 D13.

William G. Smith and William T. Carter, Jr..  Soil Survey of the McNeill Area, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1904.  Call Number:  S599 M5 S65 1904.

Some Considerations on the Consequences of the French Settling Colonies on the Mississippi, with Respect to the Trade and Safety of the English Plantations in America and the West Indies.  London:  F. Robers, 1720.  Call Number:  F352 S69.

Southern Conservationist and American Tung Oil.  Jackson, MS:  Winnifred Conarro, 1938-1939.  Special Collections has scattered issues.  Call Number:  HC107 A13 C58.

Southern Farmer.  [Montgomery, AL].  Special Collections has scattered issues of the Mississippi Edition from 1948.  Call Number:  Newspaper.

The Southern Field and Factory:  A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, Manufactures and Mechanic Arts.  Jackson, MS:  Wall & Rafter, 1871-.  Call Number:  S1 S63.

The Southern Lumberman.  [Franklin, TN:  Greysmith Pub.].  Special Collections has  issues from 1936 to 1941.  Call Number:  TS800 S7 OVRS.

Southern Weekly.  Dallas:  Molyneaux-Lewis, [1943-1952].  Special Collections has scattered issues between 1944 and 1947.  Periodical on southern economics and agriculture.  Call Number:  F206 S8956.

The Southern Workman.  Hampton, VA:  Hampton Institute Press, [1900-1939].  Special Collections has December 1908 issue with article "Plantation Negroes of Mississippi."  Call Number:  LC2701 S7.

Souvenir Edition of Meridian Commercial Review, November 1907.  Meridian, MS:  Tell Farmer, [1907].  Agricultural resources of Lauderdale County, Mississippi.  Call Number:  F349 M5 S69 1907.

The Staple Cotton Review.  Greenwood, MS:  Staple Cotton Cooperative Association.  Special Collections has issues from 1923 to 1965; additional volumes in Library Annex.  Call Number:  HD9071 S7.

Alfred Holt Stone.  Italian Labor on the Cotton Plantation:  Extracts from a Paper on the "Economic Future of the Negro," Read by Alfred H. Stone before the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, December ,1906.  [Memphis:  Paul & Douglass Co., 1906].  Mississippi author.  Call Number:  HD9075 S83.

Sunflower County Agricultural High School, Moorehead, Mississippi.  Catalogue and Announcements.  [Jackson, MS:  Hederman Bros.].  Call Number:  LD7501 M66 S8.

Tallahatchie County Agricultural High School (Charleston, Miss.).  Catalogue and Announcement.  [Sumner, MS:  Sentinel Print, 1917-].  Call Number:  LD7501 C38 T3.

Tallahatchie County Agricultural High School (Charleston, Miss.).  Chita:  Student Year Book of Tallahatchie Agricultural High School, Charleston, Mississippi.  Call Number:  LD7501 C38 C55.

Betty Wood Thomas, comp.  1850 Census, Lowndes County, Mississippi, Including Free, Slave, Mortality, and Agricultural Schedules.  Columbus, MS:  Blewett Co., 1978.  Call Number:  F347 L8 T46.

W.R. Thompson.  Pasture Management.  State College, MS:  Mississippi Agricultural Extension Service, [1954].  Call Number:  SB199 T56 1954.

Samuel S. Thorpe.  The Lampton Lands of Mississippi; 26,000 Acres of Fine Farm Land in George and Jackson Counties, Mississippi.  Chicago:  [1911].  Call Number:  HD211 M7 L3.

Tippah County Agricultural High School, Chalybeate, Mississippi.  Catalog.  1914-.  Call Number:  LD7501 C37 T5.

Tippah County Fair and Livestock Show:...Annual Session.  Ripley, MS.  Call Number:  S555 M7 T52.

To the Citizens of Adams County:  The Following Message Has Been Received from General Beauregard.  [Natchez, MS:  Provost Marshal's Office, 1862].  Civil War broadside on burning cotton.  Call Number:  F347 A2 T68 1862.

L.O Todd.  Rural Life in Mississippi, 1944, a Partial Statement, Prepared under the Direction of L.O. Todd for the Governor's Conference on Rural Life in Mississippi.  Jackson, MS:  [1944].  Call Number:  HT423 G6.

Tri-Lake Fair and Livestock Show, 1953, September 1-5, Water Valley, Mississippi.  [Water Valley, MS:  1953].  Call Number:  F349 W3 T75 1953.

Tri-Lake Fair and Livestock Show, 1959, September 15-19, Water Valley, Mississippi.  [Water Valley, MS]:  Water Valley Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1959.  Call Number:  F349 W3 T75 1959.

Tung Word.  [Ocala, FL:  Tung Growers Council of America].  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1946 to 1961.  Call Number:  SB299 T8 T85.

J.W. Underwood.  Making Decisions:  Entrepreneur, from Farm Boy to Housing Hall of Fame:  His Experiences and His Observations in His Own Words.  Brandon, MS:  Greenfield Publishers, 1997.  Mississippian.  Call Number:  HC102.5 U53 M4 1997.

Union ASC County Committee (Miss.).  ASCS Annual Report for 1964, Union County.  [New Albany, MS:  1965].  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U579 1964.

United States.  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.  ASCS Annual Congressional District Summary, Mississippi.  Jackson, MS.  Special Collections has scattered issues from 1969 to 1973.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U49.

United States.  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.  Mississippi:  Agricultural Conservation Program Handbook for 1963.  [Washington, DC]:  1962.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 M77 1962.

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.  Vicksburg District.  Transcript of Public Hearing on Proposed Fish and Wildlife Mitigation Plan, Yazoo Backwater Area:  Warren County Courthouse, Circuit Courtroom, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1 Nov 1977.  [Vicksburg, MS:  1977].  Delta National Forest.  Call Number:  HD1683 U5 T73 1977.

United States.  Bureau of Soils.  Soil Survey Mississippi Counties.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1911.  Call Number:  S599 M5 M63.

University of Mississippi.  Report on the Organization of the Department of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts of the University of Mississippi.  [1871].  Call Number:  LD3411 M5.

Benjamin L.C. Wailes.  Address Delivered in the College Chapel:  Before the Agricultural, Horticultural, and Botanical Society of Jefferson College by B.L.C. Wailes, President of the Society, on the 24th of April 1841.  Natchez, MS:  Daily Courier Office, 1841.  Call Number:  LD7501 W33 W3.

Warren County (Miss.).  Board of Supervisors.  Vicksburg and Warren County, Mississippi.  [Vicksburg, MS:  1928].  Compiled in part by county agricultural agent.  Call Number:  F349 V6 V512 1928.

Water Valley Junior Chamber of Commerce (Miss.).  Tri-Lake Fair and Livestock Show, 1953, September 1-5, Water Valley, Mississippi.  [1953].  Call Number:  F349 W3 T75 1953.

Watershed Work Plan, Okatoma Creek Watershed:  Covington, Forrest, Jones, Simpson, and Smith Counties.  1975.  Call Number:  GB991 M7 W39 1975.

Watershed Work Plan:  Shuqualak Creek Watershed, Noxubee and Kemper Counties, Mississippi.  1975.  Call Number:  GB991 M7 W37 1975.

Marion Theodore Wesley, Sr.  When Technology Was a Mule.  Natchez, MS:  1994.  Memoir of man whose father worked in a Pelahatchie, Mississippi lumber mill and memories of his grandparents farm.  Call Number:  CS71 W475 W4755 1994.

Hugh L. White.  Balancing Agriculture with Industry:  The Address of Hugh L. White.  [1936].  Before the annual convention of the Mississippi Press Association.  Call Number:  HC107 M7 W46 1936.

Jamie L. Whitten. Agriculture and the American Economy:  Speech...Presented to the Annual Convention of the National County Agents Association, Louisville, Kentucky, October 17, 1968.  Louisville, KY:  National County Agents Association, 1968.  Congressman from Mississippi.  Call Number:  HD1761 W45 1968.

Jamie L. Whitten.  Congressman Whitten Calls on President to Restore Soil Conservation, Rural Water, Housing and Other Programs:  Address of the Honorable Jamie L. Whitten.  Washington, DC:  National Limestone Institute, 1973.  Congressman from Mississippi.  Call Number:  S604.6 W45 1973.

Jamie L. Whitten.  Speech of Hon. Jamie L. Whitten, of Mississippi, at Annual Meeting of the National Agricultural Limestone Producers:  Extension of Remarks.  [1955].  Call Number:  S604.6 W458 1955.

George L. Wilber and Ellen S. Bryant.  Growth of Mississippi Counties and Cities 1950 to 1960.  State College: Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960.  Call Number:  S79 E3 no.608.

Robert Wildermuth, et al.  Soil Survey of Rankin County, Mississippi.  Washington, DC:  Government Printing Office, 1931.  Call Number:  S599 M7 R3 1931.

Wilkinson County Agricultural High School, Woodville, Mississippi.  Catalogue and Announcement.  Woodville, MS:  Woodville Republican Print, 1914-.  Call Number:  LD7501 W66 W5.

J.W. Willis.  One Variety Cotton Community Organization.  [State College, MS:  Mississippi State College Extension Department], 1938.  Call Number:  SB249 W55 1938.

John C. Wilson and Charles M. Young.  Feasibility of Expanding Contract Vegetable Farming in 23 Counties in Northeast Mississippi.  State College, MS:  Cooperative Extension Service, 1971.  Call Number:  SB320.7 M7 W54 1971.

Yalobusha ASC County Committee.  ASCS Annual Report for..., Yalobusha County.  [Coffeeville, MS].  Special Collections has scattered reports between 1965 and 1970.  Call Number:  HD1775 M7 U5793.

Yazoo County Agricultural High School (Beton, Miss.).  Catalogue and Announcements:  Yazoo County Agricultural High School, Benton, Mississippi.  Call Number:  LD7501 B37 Y3.

Your -- Peach from Meridian, Mississippi:  Center City of the South.  [Meridian, MS:  Chamber of Commerce, 1927].  Call Number:  F349 M5 Y68 1927.

Your Stake in Agricultural Research / Congressman Jamie L. Whitten.  Grassland Farming:  Key to Greater Feeding Power / Roger E. Hodgson.  Youth Opportunities in Agribusiness / Mark Branstetter.  Improved Grassland Farming:  Key to More Milk and Beef Per Acre / Don Lerch.  New Holland, PA:  New Holland Machine Company, [197-].  LP record of interviews on the subject of agriculture, including one with U.S. Representative Jamie L. Whitten of Mississippi.  Call Number:  S494.5 A4 Y68.