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Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 22nd


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

M.W. Andrews. Memoirs of the War Between the States

Identifier: MSS-229
Scope and Contents

"Memoirs of the War Between the States" (May-August, 1861), is a Civil War reminiscence as told to Icie A. Moore by Martin Wells Andrews, Cherry Creek, Mississippi (Pontotoc County), concerning his service in the 2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company I (Cherry Creek Rifles).

Dates: undated

William Alfred Dockery Family Papers

Identifier: MSS-507
Scope and Contents The William Alfred Dockery family papers document the establishment and management of William Alfred Dockery’s cotton plantation in the town named after him: Dockery, Mississippi. Most of the collection consists of family correspondence from 1887 to 1906 and undated, particularly between Dockery and his wife, Hughla Rice Dockery. There is a great deal of content about the business of managing a large farm. The letters also contain numerous references (many disparaging) to Dockery’s...
Dates: 1881 - 1980; Majority of material found within 1887 - 1906

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African Americans -- Mississippi -- History. 1
Agriculture -- Mississippi -- History. 1
Cotton. 1
Courtship -- Mississippi -- History. 1
Dockery (Miss.) 1