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PEARL RIVER COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI HAZARD MITIGATION AND …

I. Topography, Climate, History and Current Conditions A. Natural Features Pearl River County encompasses approximately 819 square miles in the southwestern portion of the State of Mississippi. It is bounded on the north by Marion and Lamar Counties, n the

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Marion County, SC Map

Marion County, SC Map

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Mississippi Rails

John J. White was born in Anderson County, South Carolina, on April 1, 1830. When he was eight years old, White moved with his family to Madison County, Mississippi. After teaching school for a few years, J. J. White then became a carpenter.

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These 13 Photos Will Give You A Rare Glimpse At …

 · These 13 Rare Photos Show Mississippi’s Lumber History Like Never Before To early settlers looking to build, the millions of acres of forests that filled Mississippi were considered nothing more than a nuisance. However, by the 1840s, that way of thinking was on its ...

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The History of Marion Co AR,Early Trails & Roads

A.S. Wood (called Uncle Bud), the first white man born in Marion county, remembers the old "Salt Road" that was cut out from "Old Buffalo Landing" to Springfield, Missouri, by way of what is now Gainesville, Missouri The "landing" was near the foot of Buffalo

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Marion County WPA History

Marion County WPA History Chapter I Formation EARLY SETTLERS In the early part of 1800 Dougan M'Laughlin came to Marion County from North Carolina and settled fourteen miles south of Columbia, west of Pearl River.

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Articles from 1976 Journal-Register Newspaper:Pearce …

He served many years as Postmaster of Pearce's Mill and owned thirty thousand acres of land in that area and Marion County at the time of his death in 1915. He was one of the earliest Masons of Marion County.

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Records of Southern Plantations from Emancipation to the Great …

Coahoma County, Mississippi 16 Reel 12 Salisbury Plantation Papers, 1858-1900, Wilkinson County, Mississippi 17 Joseph D. Shields Papers, 1802-1960, Adams County, Mississippi 17 Reels 13-15 Joseph D. Shields Papers cont 19 Subject Index 23

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Early Settlers of Marion County Mississippi

1815 Marion County Commissioner Harvill, Edward 1820 census born before 1775 Hathorn, Sam from Ireland to South Carolina to Marion County, Mississippi about 1818. Settled on Holiday's Creek about 14 miles north of Columbia. Henninger, Henry

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History of Meridian, Mississippi

The history of Meridian, Mississippi begins in the early 19th century before European-American settlement. Originally settled by the Choctaw Indians, the land was bought by the United States according to the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in 1830. The city grew ...

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Lincoln County, Mississippi

The county was created by the legislature in April 7, 1870. It was named for Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. Lincoln County comprises the Brookhaven, MS Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Jackson-Vicksburg ...

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MAJOR AND SOWERS operated a saw mill at Epley in Lamar County from 1907 to 1914, paid from $1.25 to $2.00 per acre for standing timber, employed 125 men at an average of $2.00 per day. They sold lumber to northern markets at a price of from $25 to $75 and some at $125 per thousand feet.

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Home | Madison County Mississippi

Madison County is one of the fastest growing counties in Mississippi, yet we have sought to remain a small, friendly community full of rich history and looking forward to a bright future. Use the links at the left to find out information about your elected officials and their roles.

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