Mississippi Convention. (1817) : Memorial of the Mississippi Convention, praying an extension of the limits of that state. December 17, 1817. Read, and referred to Mr. Poindexter, Mr. Speed, Mr. Robertson, of Louisiana, Mr. Claiborne, and Mr. Cobb. [electronic resource]
Mississippi. Court of Chancery. : Mississippi chancery practice, equity [electronic resource] : being a handbook of the principles and rules of pleading and practice in the chancery courts of Mississippi in the exercise of their equity jurisdiction, with forms for pleadings, not including partition, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and a few other such subjects which, by statute, have their own separate and special procedure / by V.A. Griffith.
Mississippi. Legislature. Senate. : Journal of the Senate of the state of Mississippi, sitting as a Court of Impeachment, in the trials of Adelbert Ames, governor, Alexander K. Davis, lieutenant-governor, Thomas W. Cardozo, superintendent of public education [electronic resource] / printed by authority.
Mississippi. Militia. : A report of the trial of Brigadier General J.H. M'Comas, of the Second Brigade First Division Mississippi Militia, on charges preferred by Major-General Samuel L. Winston [electronic resource] / by Adjutant J. Pennoyer.
Mississippi Mud Mashers (Musical group) : Black secular vocal groups [electronic resource] : 1923-1939 / Ensemble: Tim Brymn's Black Devil Four, Variety Four, Pullman Porters Quartette, Richmond Starlight Quartette, Triangle Quartette, Four Pods Of Pepper, Monarch Jazz Quartet Of Norfolk, Grand Central Red Cap Quartet, Four Southern Singers, Mississippi Mud Mashers, Five Jinks, Norfolk Jazz Quartet, Oleanders.
Mississippi Sarah, d. 1937. / Performer. : Alabama [electronic resource] : Black country dance bands (1924-1949) : complete recorded works in chronological order.
mississippi school children : Field recordings [electronic resource] / Soloists: Wash Dennis, et al.; Ensemble: Old Train Caller From New Orleans, Unidentified Female Singer, Lester Fairley (Smith, Fairley, Thomas &Smith), Group, The McDonald Family (Aunt Mollie &Joe), Unidentified Female Singer (Convict), Curtis Harton &Group, Group From Nassau, with Drum, Nassau String Band, Washington ("Lightnin'"), Mississippi School Children, Three Children, Four Girls Aged About 16, Five Women, Group Of Women Prisoners, 3 Girl Prisoners, Group Of School Children, Bob And Leroy, Unknown, Georgia Field Hands, Hannah Bessellion, Unidentifed Group Of Tobacco Workers, Whistler's Jug Band.