This digital collection contains materials from the Univeristy of Mississippi's Department of Archives and Special Collections that have been digitized for inclusion in ASERL's and the Digital Public Library of America's aggregated project, "Deeply Rooted." Deeply Rooted is a shared digital collection of primary source research materials describing economic, technological, and social factors significant to the development of agricultural practices, crops, technology, and agrarian life in the southeastern United States.
Some of the images and language that appear in this digital collection depict prejudices that are not condoned by the University of Mississippi. This content is being presented as historical documents to aid in the understanding of both American history and the history of the University of Mississippi. The University Creed speaks to our current deeply held values, and the availability of this content should not be taken as an endorsement of previous attitudes or behavior.
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