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Mississippi, is a member state of the United States of America. Located in the south of the country, on the eastern bank of the lower Mississippi River, it covers an area of ​​123,585 km2 and has a population of 2,895,600 residents (2004).

It borders the states of Tennessee to the north, Alabama to the east, Louisiana to the southwest and west, and Arkansas to the northwest and west, and is bathed by the Gulf of Mexico to the south. The capital is the city of Jackson.

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Mississippi Public Libraries by County

  • ALLCITYPOPULATION.COM: Get a list of Mississippi cities and towns by population based on latest data from U.S. Census.
  • Countryaah: Offers a full list of counties and county equivalents in Mississippi featuring the oldest, newest, largest and smallest counties by population and area, as well as county seals and political map of Mississippi.
  • AbbreviationFinder: Presents the abbreviations and acronyms that stand for Mississippi. Also includes other English words or phrases that have the same initials as state name of Mississippi.
Mississippi Public Libraries by County

Mississippi is a state in the southern United States. The capital is Jackson. The state is named after the Mississippi River that meanders through the area. Mississippi is mentioned in many sources as the source of American music. Especially the blues is always associated with the state.

Cotton fields and tobacco growing - the economy is changing an entire area

The first colonists in this area were French sailors. As a result of several military interventions, the Indians living here were almost exterminated in several conflicts.

In the early days, the area of ​​what is now the state was heavily forested. Large areas were cleared to make room for tobacco growing.

An extensive plantation system was established. Much slave trade was carried out to meet the need for workers for the plantations. After a while, the cultivation of cotton plants established itself in addition to tobacco production. The demand for this raw material increased steadily and brought enormous income to the region.

After the ban on the slave trade and the collapse of tobacco subsidies, the settlers here were at times threatened with enormous poverty. More and more productions were paralyzed by slave uprisings and the changes also took hold in the southern United States.

In the 21st century, Hurricane Katrina devastated large parts of the country. The coast in particular was badly affected, but neighboring Louisiana and New Orleans were also badly damaged.

Mississippi Delta, vast beaches and exciting cities

Jackson is not only the state capital but also the largest city in the region. Located in the center of the state, it is the hub for business and tourism. The city is named after General Andrew Jackson and has a living history. Located in the southern states, the city has been a center of conflict between northern and southern states from the start. But also later various conflicts were fought here. As well as the civil rights movement in the USA which led to violent riots in the 1960s. Even today, many museums, monuments and old locations bear witness to the events of bygone days.

Many areas of Mississippi are still very rural today. Institutions such as the church often still play an important role in these areas. Many people who live here belong to fundamentalist-Baptist churches. Due to the remoteness of the areas, the church often plays the most important role in conveying culture.

Mississippi has a long coastline on the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to the impressive Mississippi Delta, there are also endless beaches and many beautiful spots for fishing and swimming. But it's not just nature that attracts many people to the south of the state. Besides Nevada, the second largest gaming industry in the USA has developed here. Facilities such as casinos are distributed along the entire coast and are often important sources of income and attraction points for tourism in a region.

In many areas the museums and monuments are not only dedicated to nature and history, but above all to famous musicians. Tupelo is a city in northern Mississippi and the birthplace of Elvis Presley. Even today, several institutions here deal with the history of the famous artist, such as the Elvis Presley birthplace.

The Tupelo-Elvis Festival, which is held every summer, also commemorates the famous son of the city.

Mississippi is not only known for music, beaches and casinos but also for its beautiful nature. Several national parks have been set up to protect nature, such as the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail. This 450 mile long hiking trail leads through former Indian territory and shows partly beautiful untouched nature with all its shapes and colors.

 

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