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University of Mississippi Special Collections & Blues Archive

University of Mississippi Special Collections & Blues Archive

coconut family fiasco

Coconut Cake Recipe by Paula Deen

Cook book you can actually open and access...old Southern food.

Candy Cook book you can actually open and access.old Southern food.

The University of Mississippi Libraries, Archives & Special Collections "houses important collections of Mississippiana. Since 1975, our primary purpose has been to acquire, conserve, and make accessible rare books, manuscripts, maps, visual and audio materials, and ephemera related to the University of Mississippi, the state of Mississippi, and the Blues."

University of Mississippi Libraries - Archives & Special Collections

This Slow Cooker Brisket and Gravy can be done in the oven or a slow cooker. A four ingredient recipe from my grandmother's archives! via @gogogogourmet

Homestyle Brisket

The Best Scholarships without GPA Requirements - No Essay Scholarships

No Essay Scholarships - Easy Scholarships to Apply for - No Essay Writing Involved

The University of Southern Mississippi website:: change the way SAI is advertised on here.

The University of Southern Mississippi- Scholarships and Grants for Elementary/Special Education majors

The front gate @ Rosalie Mansion, Natchez Ms

The front gate @ Rosalie Mansion, Natchez Ms. My great Aunt Eva worked here after she retired.

The city of New Orleans, and the Mississippi River with Lake Pontchartrain in distance published in New York by Currier & Ives, 1885.    Bird's-eye view of New Orleans with the Mississippi River in the foreground; prominent building and place names are listed below the image.    Thought I would share this to celebrate our newest American County Histories additions from Louisiana in the Accessible Archives databases.    Explore the image in detail at http://zoom.it/BNhr

The city of New Orleans, and the Mississippi River with Lake Pontchartrain in distance published in New York by Currier & Ives, Bird's-eye view of New Orleans with the Mississippi River in the foreground.

University of Southern Mississippi Digital Collections

University of Southern Mississippi Digital Collections

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