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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Jack Mayfield

Former Gov. John Marshall Tone topic at Books ‘n Lunch

John Marshall Stone, Mississippi’s longest-serving governor and later president of Mississippi A&M, is the subject of a new book by Dr. Ben Earl Kitchens and also the topic at the upcoming Books ‘n Lunch program at the Oxford-Lafayette County Public Library. (November 30, 2014, Page 2C)

‘Northern peace movement was all talk…’

History columnist Jack Mayfield takes us to New York City this week in 1864 when the “Confederate Army of Manhattan,” set fire to several locations, which didn’t do the damage the fire starters had hoped for. (November 23, 2014)

Great anticipation over elections in 1864

President Abraham Lincoln’s second bid for re-election in 1864 caused a lot of concerns among Confederate soldiers who felt the Civil War would continue if Lincoln remained president. (November 9, 2014, Page 3C)

Fable Factory’s ‘Adventures of Robin Hood’

Historian Jack Mayfield takes a break from Oxford’s past and focuses on its future this week while writing about the Fable Factory’s children theatre performance of “Adventures of Robin Hood.” (November 2, 2014, Page 2C)

Meet the characters in this week’s Spirits of Yoknapatawpha County

 Cedar Oaks Guild will be putting on its “Spirits of Yoknapatawpha County,” this weekend at the Powerhouse. The show ill feature several of William Faulkner’s fictional characters. (October 26, 2014, Page 2C)

Life in the Confederacy ebbing fast

Historian Jack Lamar Mayfield continues writing this week about troops in the trenches at Petersburg during the Civil War in 1864. (October 19, 2014, Page 3C)

Mammy Callie: William Faulkner’s good and faithful servant

Jack Mayfield writes this week about Caroline “Mammy Callie Barr, the Faulkner children’s nanny and worked for the family for 38 years. (October 12, 2014, Page 3C)

‘Tithes of Blood: A Confederate Soldier’s Story’

Historian Jack Mayfield tells the story of Thomas J. Wilkins who survived the Civil War along with two of his four brothers. (October 5, 2014, Page 2C)

Surviving the trenches at Petersburg

Letters written home by Thomas Philemon Buford in 1861 show what life was like in the trenches for the Confederate soldiers from Oxford. (September 28, 2014, Page 2C)

Author to sign fourth ‘Novel of the Old South’

Jane Bennett Gaddy’s new book, “Novel of the South,” is out and the author will be in Oxford Thursday to sign copies at Phillips Grocery at 2 p.m. (September 21, 2014, Page 2C)

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