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Eating Cattle Feed

Southerners throughout the United States traditionally eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day for luck and prosperity throughout the year ahead.  Folklore dates its origin back to when Union troops waged  219 more words

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wayneandjen reblogged this on Parham Morgan Buford (1842 - 1863) and commented:

Happy New Year 2015!!! Enjoy those black-eyed peas.

La Grange Synodical College

In a previous post (see https://wp.me/p40u7G-qS), the blogger incorrectly concluded Parham was a student at Ole Miss based upon a fraternity pin with his name engraved upon the back.   481 more words

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Secret Society at Ole Miss: Tau Eta Phi

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Throughout the research for this blog, a mystery has remained. 255 more words

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