Big Black River (Miss.)

The Big Black River is a 242-mile-long (NPS) tributary of the Mississippi River in central Mississippi. (Wiki)

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Telegram from General Stephen D. Lee to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 4, 1864
Telegram from A. M. West to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 7, 1864
Telegram from Captain H. N. Morton forwarded to General Dabney H. Maury; November 24, 1864
Telegram from Captain H. N. Morton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 24, 1864
Telegram from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 24, 1864
Telegram from General Dabney H. Maury to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 25, 1864
Telegram from General Frank Gardner to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 28, 1864
Telegram from P. Ellis Jr. to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 25, 1864
Telegram from Sam Henderson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 24, 1864
Telegram from Sam Henderson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 27, 1864
Copy of an order from J. B. Slaughter to Major N. B. Pearce; May 25, 1862
Letter from Henry Hughes to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 1, 1862
Letter from Moses H. Steed to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; January 7, 1863
Letter from Willie Lyons to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; February 28, 1863
Letter from Major O. P. Anderson to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 22, 1863
Letter from P. Henry to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 25, 1863
Letter from G. W. Mimm to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 8, 1863
Telegram from D. Flanery to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 18, 1863
Telegram from D. Flanery to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 19, 1863
Telegram from D. Flanery to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 21, 1863
Telegram from D. Flanery to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 22, 1863
Telegram from R. Maxey to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 18, 1863
Letter from A. E. Pyres to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; October 2, 1865