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Finding-Aid for the Mississippi Conservation & Recreation Collection (MUM00303)

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Descriptive Summary
University of Mississippi (collector)
Mississippi Conservation & Recreation Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
Materials in:
Collection contains magazines and articles related to conservation and recreation in Mississippi. Items were created 1938-1984.
2 boxes.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: https://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
Mississippi Conservation & Recreation Collection (MUM00303). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains magazines and articles related to conservation and recreation in Mississippi. Items were created 1938-1984.

Access Restrictions
Use Restriction
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be “used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research.” If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of “fair use”, that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Container List



Folder No.:

1. Arkabutla Reservoir.

2. Enid Reservoir.

3. Grenada Reservoir.

4. Okatibbee Creek Watershed.

5. Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.

6. Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project.

7. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station.

8. Pascagoula River Basin Study, prepared for distribution at a hearing in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1967.

9. Robert Gerber Address re: Stream Pollution, 1956.

10. Mississippi Water Resources Policy Commission.

11. Mississippi Water Pollution Control Conference, 1961.

12. Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute.

13. Water Resources Development, 1965.

14. Mississippi Water News (1967).

15. Conservation News (October 1958).

16. Mississippi State Geological Survey.

17. “The Northeast Mississippi Land Use Project,” c. 1938.

18. Mississippi State Soil Conservation Committee.

19. Conservation Week programs, 1940s – 1950s.

20. Mississippi Valley Sportsman (April 1947).

21. Mississippi Game and Fish (April 1954).

22. Pamphlet “Birds of Noxubee County National Wildlife Refuge”.

23. Network News, Southern Extension newsletter on Recreation, Tourism and Leisure, issued by the Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State, University, circa 1984.

24. ‘Environmental Restoration’ Offsites: Salmon Site, MS (Jan


25. Material collected at the 2003 Mississippi Wildlife Federation Extravaganza (Control No: 2003-39):

(1) “Mississippi’s 10 Worst Invasive Weeds”

(2) “Mississippi’s Lower Delta Partnership”

(3) “Mississippi Hunting Dog Association”

(4) “Delta Duck Production: Delta Waterfowl’s Program for Increasing Duck Production”

(5) “Mississippi State Parks Rates”

(6) “Living with the Black Bear in the Lower Mississippi Valley”

(7) “Mississippi: National Wildlife Refuges and National Fish Hatcheries”

(8) “Noxubee: National Wildlife Refuge”

(9) “Mississippi Museum of Natural Science”

(10) “Prescribed Fire Benefits the Forest, Its Inhabitants and You…”

(11) “Homochitto Wildlife Management Area: Birds of the Homochitto National Forest”

(12) “A Cool Season Planting Mix for White-Tailed Deer in Mississippi”

(13) “Mississippi Crappie Hot Spots”

(14) “Attention Anglers: Fish Length Measurement”

(15) “Chronic Wasting Disease: Mississippi Prepares for the Future” by Larry Castle and Randy Spencer

(16) “The Great Houma Fishing Guide”

(17) “New Beginnings” (Delta Waterfowl Foundation)

(18) “Foxxy Stripper Small Game Skinning Gambrels by White Oak Enterprises of Vicksburg, Inc.

(19) “Mississippi Gulf Coast Charter Boat Directory”

(20) “Fishing Guide Mississippi Gulf Coast”

(21) “Mississippi Oyster Seafood Safety”

(22) “Mississippi Wildlife Federation Wildlife Extravaganza 17th Annual”

(23) “Mississippi Black Bear Restoration Task Force”

(24) “Biology, Ecology, and Control of Congongrass”

(25) “Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks 2003-2004 Hunting Seasons”

26. Material collected at the 2004 Mississippi Wildlife Federation Extravaganza:

(1) “Mississippi Wildlife Extravaganza: We’re Going Wild!”

(2) “Mississippi Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Extravaganza…Volunteers Needed”

(3) “Mississippi Wildlife Federation Wildlife Extravaganza 18th Annual”

(4) “Delta Ducks & More” (Belzoni, MS)

(5) “Mississippi Hunting Dog Association”

(6) Photocopy. Map of Archusa Creek Water Park.

(7) Photocopy. Map of Flint Creek Water Park.

(8) Photocopy. Map of Little Black Creek.

(9) “Best R.V. Camping Parks in the South: The Pat Harrison Water-Way District. Mississippi”

(10) “Dunn’s Falls Water Park: Waterparkin’ the Pat Harrison Water Way”

(11) “Big Sunflower River and Yazoo Pumps”

(12) “Alternative Economic and Environmental Restoration Strategies Are Needed for the Yazoo Backwater Area”

(13) “Yazoo Backwater Pumps Threaten the Mississippi Delta’s Rich Sportsmen Heritage”

(14) “Mississippi Forestry Commission Pine and Hardwood Seedlings”

(15) “Mississippi Forestry Commission Forest Stewardship Program”

(16) “FRDP The Forest Resource Development Program: Financial Assistance Program for Mississippi Forest Landowners”

(17) “U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: Mississippi National Wildlife Refuges and National Fish Hatcheries”

(18) “Forestry Assistance Programs and Tax Credit Options for Mississippi Landowners”

(19) “Mississippi State Parks”

(20) “Clark Creek Natural Area”

(21) “Mississippi Crappie Hot Spots”

(22) “Birds Commonly Seen in Mississippi State Parks”

(23) “Dove Field Preparation and Hunting Regulations in Mississippi”

(24) “Wildlife Food Plots in Mississippi” by Rob Ballinger.


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