Mississippi Code Title 39. Libraries, Arts, Archives and History § 39-5-1. Department;  objects and purposes

There shall be for the State of Mississippi a department of archives and history located in the state capitol in apartments set aside for its use by the governor.  The objects and purposes of the department are the care and custody of official archives, the collecting of materials bearing upon the history of the state and of the territory included therein, from the earliest times, the editing of official records and other historical material, the diffusion of knowledge in reference to the history and resources of this state, the preparation and publication of annual reports, the encouragement of historical work and research and the performance of such other acts and requirements as may be enjoined by law.


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