2 edition of The Mississippi & Louisiana almanac for the year of our Lord 1817 ... found in the catalog.
The Mississippi & Louisiana almanac for the year of our Lord 1817 ...
by Printed and sold by Andw. Marschalk, and sold by William Snodgrass in Natchez, M.T
Written in English
|Other titles||Mississippi and Louisiana almanac for the year of our Lord 1817 ..|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 38270|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
Lives of Mississippi Writers, Reprinted Articles. Selected articles from this book, edited by James B. Lloyd (Jackson: UP of Mississippi, ), are being reprinted by permission of the publisher within The Mississippi Writers Page web site. Please read our disclaimer below.. Preface. Lorenzo Dow (Octo – February 2, ) was an eccentric itinerant American evangelist, said to have preached to more people than any other preacher of his era. He became an important figure and a popular writer. His autobiography at one time was the second best-selling book in the United States, exceeded only by the Bible.
Almanac and Year Book of the Reformed Church in America: NY, NY: Reformed Church in America, Board of Publication: , (2), (2), , (2), Box Almanac and Year Book for the Reformed Church in the United States: Philadelphia, PA: Publication and Sunday School Board of the Reformed Church: Box To be elected governor, a person must be at least 30 years old, and must have been a citizen of the United States for twenty years and a resident of Mississippi for at least five years at the time of inauguration. The Constitution of Mississippi, ratified in , calls for a four-year term for the or she may be reelected once (prior to a amendment to the state Constitution Residence: Mississippi Governor's Mansion.
A few free blacks also owned slave holding plantations in Louisiana, Virginia, and South Carolina. Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris, for the Year of Our Lord Baltimore: William Goddard and James Angell, Rare Book and Special The American Colonization Society was established in to encourage and assist free. A Contested Presence: Free Blacks in Antebellum Mississippi, – By Dernoral Davis. During its first half century as a territory and state (), Mississippi was an agrarian-frontier society. Its population was made up of four groups: Indians, whites, slaves, and free blacks.
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The Mississippi & Louisiana almanac, for the year of our Lord : Calculated for the latitude and meridian of Natchez. Calculated by the Rev. Roswell Valentine, for the meridian of Natchez, on the River Mississippi, in latitude 31 ̊30' N.
longitude 14 ̊25' W. of Washington City, and may without any sensible error, serve from the mouth of the River Ohio to the city of New Orleans.
The Mississippi & Louisiana almanac for the year of our Lord : calculated for the latitude and meridian of Natchez, on the Mississippi River, and may, without any material error, serve from the mouth of the River Ohio to the city of New Orleans.
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Lives of Mississippi Authors, presents the first comprehensive view of authors who have published books in the one hundred and fifty years since Mississippi achieved statehood.
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Page - April,and ratified on the 21st of October, in the same year, ceded it to the United States. Spain has with equal perseverance and earnestness maintained, that her cession to France comprehended that territory only which was at that time denominated Louisiana, consisting of the island of New Orleans, and the country she received from France west of the Mississippi.
Lives of Mississippi Authors, is a basic reference guide to the writing of the state. It can be used in a variety of important ways by scholars, teachers, students, and other readers. It gives recognition, long overdue, to many of the authors included, and it will lead to renewed reading and further scholarly study of many : James B.
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July Mississippi holds first constitutional convention Assembled in Washington, Mississippi, 48 delegates wrote a conservative document concentrating power in the hands of the privileged few. According to the constitution, only white property owners or members of the militia would have the right to vote in the new state of Mississippi.
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Natchez has always been a world apart from the rest of Mississippi. As Harnett Kane duly observed in his book Natchez on the Mississippi (), “The situation bred idiosyncrasies- the dreamers out of touch with any reality.
Years earlier, newcomers noticed that the Natchez plantation people were a small, tight group which grew smaller, tighter with the generations. An important reference guide for more than 50 years, the Louisiana Almanac is now in its 18th edition and is packed with more facts and figures than ever before.
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