1907 as graphing of U.S. Southern pronunciation of Mrs. or Miss; 1972 as standard pronunciation of Ms.
miz Mayfield, don't pay no 'tention to him when he talks thatter way, fur when he wants to he kin be right bright.
So Ma, she mind-asked miz Culpepper if the blue ones would be all right.
miz Forest's house is ober dat way ef I ain't turned 'roun'.
That thar room, he said slowly, and at length, was miz Birdsalls.
He am' comin' back no mo', honey, an' miz Tanberry an' me an' Mamie, we goin' take keer er you.
Let's see what kind of rooms 'miz Cummins' has picked out for us.
miz Barker, putty soon you'll force me to wring you an' hang you out to dry.
Miss Betty, she walkin' in her gyahden an' miz Tanberry fan' on de po'ch.
I sez: 'miz, if you ever do that again, I'll throw you overboard!'
miz Tanberry'll be in a state er mine ontel she hyuh f'um me, an' I goin' hurry back.