Cotton gins and ginning

A person who uses a cotton gin, or "a machine used for separating the fibers of the cotton plant from the seeds" to clean cotton. (CD)

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Letter and list from Matilda Sharkey to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; September 4, 1865
Letter from Martha Craigan to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 28, 1863
Contract between Baskerville, Whitfield, and Company and Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 23, 1863
Contract between Baskerville, Whitfield, and Company and Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 23, 1863
Damaged letter from Lieutenant Colonel James B. McRae to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 26, 1863
Letter from Baskerville, Whitfield, and Company to Colonel M. D. Haynes; December 23, 1863
Letter from Baskerville, Whitfield, and Company to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 23, 1863
Letter from J. J. Smylie to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 21, 1863
Letter from James B. McRae to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 26, 1863
Letter from John Condon to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 26, 1863
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel James B. McRae to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 29, 1863
Letter from Mississippi Attorney General T. J. Wharton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 18, 1863
Letter from R. Seal to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 14, 1863
Letter from W. Goodman to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 6, 1864
Letter from W. M. Deason to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 6, 1864
Letter from J. Alex Ventress to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 6, 1864
Contract between Baskerville, Whitfield, and Company and Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 19, 1864
Contract between Bowles, Edmonson, and Company and Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 26, 1864
Letter from James B. McRea to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; June 14, 1864
Contract between S. W. Lyon and Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; June 16, 1864
Letter from Robert Edmundson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; December 23, 1863
Incomplete letter from Captain A. Q. Withers to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 28, 1864
Letter from Sheriff Readman T. Portwood to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 21, 1864
Legal Document from George T. Swann; September 25, 1865
Letter from James R. Bowles to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 8, 1864