Events is exactly Eviction
Catalogue of the Library of the State of Mississippi; January 1865
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Clark Collection. Catalog entitled "Catalogue of the Library of the State of Mississippi" listing the holdings of the Mississippi State Library as of January 1865. The catalog contains alphabetized lists of legal reports from various states, elementary and miscellaneous law texts, legal codes, governmental documents from the United States and the individual states, and historical and literary texts. (This document is the enclosed catalog mentioned in mdah_768-950-05-05).
Letter from Colonel Samuel Thomas to J. D. Collier; July 22, 1865
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Letter from United States Army Colonel Samuel Thomas of the Freedmen's Bureau at Vicksburg, Mississippi, to J. D. Collier, informing Collier that his rights as lessee of an abandoned plantation will be protected by Thomas and his men. (Document is related to mdah_776-960-01-16).
Letter from Clarissa Young to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; August 27, 1865
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Letter from Clarissa Young at Port Gibson, Mississippi, to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey, reiterating her requests first stated in her letter of July 28, 1865, asking Sharkey for advice in removing African American persons from her property, whom Young claims have been antagonizing her. Young also asks for assistance in reclaiming property that the government had previously seized with the claim that it was for a hospital at Grand Gulf, Mississippi. She believes that her first letter did not reach Sharkey. (The letter to which Young refers is mdah_771-955-07-34).
Telegram from N. B. Pendall to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; November 23, 1864
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Clark Collection. Telegram from N. B. Pendall at Corinth, Mississippi, to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark at Macon, Mississippi, asking if Confederate officers can impress private houses and put their owners out.