American Institute of Accountants;American Institute of Certified Public Accountants;Eaton, Marquis G.
This paper traces the emergence of the AICPA as an effective national representative of the American profession. Central to this evolution was a broadening of the Institute’s outlook to encompass all practicing CPAs and to embrace the benefits of...
States' rights (American politics); School integration -- United States
Editorial wondering whether the "integration decree" handed down by the Supreme Court after the Brown vs. Board of Education decision was a positive development, as it awakened a desire in many Southerners to defend their way of life against...
Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment; Rumor -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865;
Describing the daily activities of Little's company, the Bahala Rifles (10th Mississippi Infantry, Company H); speculates of the South's fate should Fort McRee fall & suggests that all Southerners receive military training.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968; Mississippi; University of Mississippi. Speakers Bureau; Southern States; Civil rights; Education; Labor; Foreign relations; Youth, 1960-1970; Volunteers; Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889;
Transcript of Robert F. Kennedy Speech at the University of Mississippi on 18 March 1966
ED ELLINGTON (chair of the Speakers Bureau at the University of Mississippi):
In 1964 during the heat of the presidential campaign, Governor George Wallace...
Secession; Homefront; Cobb, Thomas Read Rootes, 1823-1862; Gerdine, Thomas Cobb; Southern States -- Identity; Railroads; Communication;
Roxana writes of talk of secession; their step-mother Sarah Chapin; T.R.R. Cobb; Tom Cobb Gerdine; the feelings of southerners via the north; her desire to obtain reliable northern news; talks of the new railroad through West Point; and writes of...
Silver, James W. (James Wesley), 1907-1988; Waring, Julius Waties, 1880-1968; Southern States -- Race relations
Profiles of five southerners (Daisey Josephine Gabrielle, Judge J. Waties Waring, James Silver, Charles Morgan, and Albert W. Heffner, Jr.) whose negative experiences resulting from their pro-integration views caused them to leave the South