- Title Pages
- Introduction Ethnicity in Mississippi: Stories Worth Telling
- Section I Immigrants, Identity, and Sites of Connection
- 1 The International Immigrants of Mississippi
- 2 European Mississippians
- 3 African American Sacred and Secular Identities in Mississippi’s Piney Woods
- 4 The Story of Mound Bayou
- 5 Down Around Biloxi
- Section II Ethnicity in a Biracial Culture
- 6 Mississippi Delta Chinese
- 7 Mississippi Mahjar
- 8 Chai Cotton
- 9 “Chahta Siyah Ókih”
- Section III Local Changes, Global Forces
- 10 The Vietnamese in Mississippi
- 11 The Changing Face of Hindu Identity in Jackson, Mississippi
- 12 Filipinas in the Deep South
- 13 The Genesis of a New Ethnic Group?
- Postscript Celebrating Heritage and Recognizing Complexity and Change in Mississippi Culture
- Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi
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