Book References

  • Meridian: The Queen with a Past, Volume I
    by Jack Shank
    Brown Printing Company, Meridian, MS, 1995
  • Paths to the Past: An Overview History of Lauderdale County, Mississippi
    by Laura Nan Fairley and James T. Dawson
    Lauderdale County Department of Archives and History, Inc., Meridian, MS, 1988
  • Called to the Fire: A Witness for God in Mississippi; The Story of Dr. Charles Johnson
    by Chet Bush
    Abingdon Press, Nashville, TN, 2012
  • Lauderdale County, Mississippi: A Brief History
    by Richelle Putnam
    The History Press, Charleston, SC, 2011
  • A Pictorial History of Meridian, Mississippi and Surrounding Area: 1800s-1960s
    The Meridian Star
    Heritage House Publishing, Marceline, MO, 1996
  • Recollections: A Pictorial History of Lauderdale and Surrounding Counties
    by Pediment Publishing
    Battle Ground, WA, 2010
  • A Pictorial History of Lauderdale and Surrounding Counties
    The Meridian Star
    D-Books Publishing, Marceline, MO, 2001
  • A History of Meridian Public Schools 1885-1953
    by Horace Macaulay Ivy, Ph.D.
    Meridian, MS, 1975
  • “The Meridian Race Riot of 1871”
    by Katharine Louise McGehee
    Honors Thesis, Florida State University, June 1966
  • “Reflecting on a Legacy: Meridian, The Tie that Binds”
    48th Annual National Council of Meridianites, Inc., Heritage Journal

Oral History Tran[INVALID]s

Newspaper Articles

  • Ida Brown, “Council of Organizations Building to Be Renamed after C. E. Oatis, Jr.,” The Meridian Star, August 30, 2009
  • “The Riot of 1871,” The Meridian Star, July 22, 2006
  • Campbell Robertson, “Last Chapter for a Court with a Place in History,” The New York Times, September 17, 2012
  • Ida Brown, “Celebrating Women in History,” The Meridian Star, March 9, 2014 (republication from February 16, 1992)

Web References

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