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The town of Mc Laurin is named for General Mc Laurin, who was also the first president of the Gulf and Ship Island Railroad.
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Maurer Freedom Summer Photographs / Charles Moore Civil Rights Photograph Portfolio / Mc Cain Library and Archives, The University of Southern Mississippi Maria Varela Tamio Wakayama Walter P. Dudley Conner, Lawyer (archival): I don't want the niggra as I have known him and contacted him during my lifetime, to control the making of the law that controls me, to control the government in which I live. Charlie Cobb, Organizer: I don't think people understand how violent Mississippi was.
Longino (born May 16, 1854 in Lawrence County, Mississippi; died February 24, 1942 in Jackson, Mississippi) succeeded Anselm J.
Mc Laurin as the thirty-first Governor of Mississippi, serving between January 16, 1900 and January 19, 1904, including the whole of 1901.