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    Mississippi Resources and Information

    Mississippi was the 20th state in the US, being admitted in 1817. Mississippi is the 31st most populous state with 2,844,658 people, as of the 2000 census. The major industries are farming, oil, textiles, electronic equipment, transportation equipment and fishing. Famous Mississippians include Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy, the author William Faulkner, and Senator Trent Lott. If you are planning a move to Mississippi, the information on these websites will be helpful. They contain information on the state of Mississippi that you will need if you move to Mississippi.

    The State of Mississippi Official Site
    The University of Mississippi
    Mississippi Department of Transportation
    Mississippi Motor Vehicle Division
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    Mississippi Information

    Mississippi One Of The Deep South States Of The United States. It Is Bordered By Alabama (E), The Gulf Of Mexico (S), Arkansas And Louisiana, With Most Of The Border Formed By The Mississippi R. (W), And Tennessee (N).

    Mississippi Economy

    Mississippi Is Traditionally One Of The More Rural States In The Union; Not Until 1965 Did Manufacturing Take Over As The Leading Revenue-producing Sector Of Its Economy. In 2000, Mississippi Ranked Third In The Nation In The Production Of Cotton, But Soil Erosion Resulting From Overcultivation And The Destruction Caused By The Boll Weevil Have Led To The Increased Agricultural Diversification. The Other Most Important Crops Are Rice And Soybeans. Today Broiler Chicken Production, Aquaculture (chiefly Catfish Raising), And Dairying Are Increasingly Important. The State's Most Valuable Mineral Resources, Petroleum And Natural Gas, Have Been Developed Only Since The 1930s. Industry Has Grown Rapidly With The Development Of Oil Resources And Has Been Helped By The Tennessee Valley Authority And By A State Program To Balance Agriculture With Industry, Under Which Many Communities Have Subsidized And Attracted New Industries. Revenue From Industrial Products, Including Chemicals, Plastics, Foods, And Wood Products, Have Exceeded Those From Agriculture In Recent Years. On The Gulf Coast There Is A Profitable Fishing And Seafood Processing Industry, And Gambling Is Now Booming In Biloxi And In Long Impoversihed Tunica County, In The Northwest. There Are Military Air Facilities At Columbus, Biloxi, And Meridian, As Well As The Stennis Space Flight Center At Bay St. Louis. The State's Per Capita Income, However, Remains The Lowest In The Nation.
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