Military Department, Mississippi
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The series consists of two broadsides listing officers and enlisted men of the 1st and 2nd Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiments, Spanish-American War. The 1st Regiment was mustered in at Jackson on May 26, 1898, and the 2nd Regiment was mustered in at Jackson on June 9, 1898. Arrangement of names on each broadside is by company.
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James Massey Kennard, Adjutant General, published this leaflet, titled Militia bill : the attention of assessors is respectfully called to the following extract from the Militia bill passed by the Legislature, possibly in 1866. "March 5" is penciled at the bottom of the front page, and "Vom no. 1, G.C. Kennard, 17.00" is inked in the top left corner of the verso.
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The National Guard has the unique mission of being a resource to both the president and to the governor. The Guard is trained to provide immediate support during natural or man-made disasters. The Mississippi National Guard also has the Federal mission to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. The Adjutant General of Mississippi presents an annual report of operations to the governor each fiscal year (July–June). The Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) reports from 2005.
3 Series Series 0224 Three registers record the name, residence, rank, and date of commission of officers of the Mississippi militia. Series 224 was digitized by FamilySearch onsite at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History in 2011. Arrangement within each volume is numerical by militia regiment number.