9 edition of The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by William F. Holmes.|
|Series||Southern biography series|
|LC Classifications||E748.V24 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 418 p.|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||70108201|
Wiley Rufus Huddleston. “The Senatorial Campaign and Career of James Kimble Vardaman, Mississippi’s ‘White Chief.'” M.A. Thesis, Louisiana State University, Heber Austin Ladner. “James Kimble Vardaman in Mississippi Politics.” Master’s Thesis, Duke University, Herbert L. McClesky. “The Public Career of John Sharp. Reginald James WHITE has written: 'A concise history of England' subject(s): Accessible book Asked in Authors, Poets, and 'The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman' Asked in Authors.
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Vardaman married Anna E. Burleson Robinson on She was a widow with one son, Douglas, and a plantation at Sidon, Leflore County, Mississippi. Vardaman moved to Sidon with his new wife and stepson. The couple would eventually have four children of their own: Aletha, James Money, John (later James) Kimble, and Minnie Vardaman. There, state governor James Vardaman, aka “the great white chief,” sometimes had a prisoner released so that he and his dogs could hunt him down in the surrounding woods for sport. Vardaman said that “if it is necessary every Negro in the state will be lynched; it will be done to maintain white supremacy.”.
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The White Chief by W. Holmes is about James K. Vardaman, a controversial early 20th century politician in Mississippi. This book is one volume in the Southern Biography Series edited by T. Harry Williams, the biographer of Huey P.
Long.5/5(3). By Ray Hill The South produced a number of successful demagogues, not the least of which was James K. Vardaman, a governor and senator from Mississippi. At the height of his career, Vardaman was unquestionably the most popular politician in Mississippi.
James Kimble Vardaman was born Jjust as the Civil War commenced. The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman. [William F Holmes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: William F Holmes.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Get this from a library. The race question from the White Chief: a story of the life and times of James K.
Vardaman. [Archibald Coody]. Vardaman, Murphree were two very different governors by Joel McNeece A man of great dignity and a “baffling figure,” such is the description of the two former Mississippi governors I was most interested in reading about in Dr.
David Sansing’s new book “Mississippi Governors.”. Vardaman died on J at the age of 68 at Birmingham Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. In Julythe University of Mississippi announced that Vardaman's name would be removed from a building which has borne his name since Further reading.
Book: Holmes, William F. The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman. The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman, (Southern Biography Series) by Holmes, William F.Louisiana State University Press. ISBN See Item Details GridFreed.
HIGH. Las Vegas, NV, USA $Price: $ James Kimble Vardaman, Jr., son of the late James K. Vardaman, Governor of and United States Senator from Mississippi, and Mrs.
Anne Burleson Vardaman, was born in Greenwood, Mississippi, on 28 August He attended the US Naval Preparatory School, Annapolis, Maryland inthe University of Mississippi,and was graduated from Millsaps.
Footnotes. For more on Vardaman, see William F. Holmes, The White Chief: James K. Vardaman (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, ) and James Kimble Vardaman: Southern Commoner (Jackson, MS: Hederman Brothers, ).
See also “James Kimble Vardaman,” Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, –Present. James K. Vardaman. AKA James Kimble Vardaman. The Great White Chief.
Birthplace: Jackson County, TX Location of death: Birmingham, AL Cause of death: unspecified Rema. Military service: US Army (major in the 5th US Volunteers, ) Wife: Anna Burleson Robinson (m. ) Son: James K.
Vardaman, Jr. US Senator, Mississippi ( Born: Great White Hope. Missing citation is incorrect. Vardaman was known as the "White Chief" - see William F.
Holmes's bio "The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman" (LSU Press, ISBN # ) circa Not "Great White Hope." —Preceding unsigned comment added by5 November (UTC) External links modified.
Chapter Four – The White Chief. James Kimble Vardaman; “The White Chief” “To the poor whites of Mississippi he was part showman and part messiah” (p) Son of a Confederate soldier; grew up with wealthy relatives; passed the bar in Commentary, speeches, etc. regarding James K. Vardaman "The Vardaman Idea" (Saturday Evening Post, 27 April ) Editorial Cartoon (Washington Evening Star, 7 August ) Death of James K.
Vardaman - Speech by Hon. John E. Rankin in the U.S. House "JKV Dies" (Daily Clarion-Ledger, 26 June ). James K. Vardaman Collection This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on J James Kimble Vardaman was born in in Texas.
He later moved and studied law in Carrollton, White Chief: A Story of the Life an Times of James K. James Kimble Vardaman (J – J ) was an American politician from the U.S.
state of Mississippi and was the Governor of Mississippi from to A Democrat, Vardaman was elected in to the United States Senate in the first popular vote for the office, following adoption of the 17th defeated incumbent LeRoy Percy, a member of.
James Kimble Vardaman was an American politician from the U. state of Mississippi and was the Governor of Mississippi from to A Democrat, Vardaman was elected in to the United States Senate in the first popular vote for the office, following adoption of the 17th Amendment, he defeated a member of the planter elite.
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James K. Vardaman. Government (Jul — Jun) SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Archibald Stinson Coody. Biographical Sketches of James Kimble Vardaman. Coody. William Holmes. The White Chief: James Kimble Vardaman. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press. George Coleman Osborn. James Kimble Vardaman.
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