Mississippi Governor

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Mississippi College - Notable Alumni
... Banks, Mississippi state representative Ross Barnett, Mississippi Governor (1960–1964) Charles Hillman Brough, governor of Arkansas (1917-1921) also Mississippi College faculty member Albert Gallatin Brown ... Longino, Mississippi Governor (1900–1904) Fred McAfee, of the NFL's New Orleans Saints Larry Myricks, 1988 Olympic bronze-medalist in the long jump ... Karen Ray, Executive Director of the Republican Party of Arkansas Amy Tuck, former Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Prentiss Walker, first Republican to represent Mississippi in the U ...
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968) - Key Events - Integration of Mississippi Universities, 1956–1965
... Clyde Kennard, a black Korean War-veteran, tried to enroll at Mississippi Southern College (now the University of Southern Mississippi) under the GI Bill at Hattiesburg ... He used the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, of which he was a member ... After three years at hard labor, Kennard was paroled by Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett ...
Paul B. Johnson, Jr.
... (January 23, 1916 – October 14, 1985) was a United States Democratic Mississippi politician and son of former Mississippi Governor Paul B ... A graduate of the University of Mississippi and Ole Miss Law, Johnson was a practicing attorney in Jackson and Hattiesburg, marrying his college sweetheart Dorothy Power in 1941 ... Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi from 1948 to 1951 ...

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    [John] Brough’s majority is “glorious to behold.” It is worth a big victory in the field. It is decisive as to the disposition of the people to prosecute the war to the end. My regiment and brigade were both unanimous for Brough [the Union party candidate for governor of Ohio].
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

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