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    Mississippi (MS) - Real Estate Resources

    Mississippi Association of REALTORS®
    4274 Lakeland Dr
    Jackson, MS 39232
    (601) 932-5241 - (800) 747-1103

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    Jackson, MS 39236
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    Mississippi joined the Union in 1817. It was the 20th state to do so. It was nicknamed the Magnolia State due to the lovely magnolia trees that bloom profusely.

    Mississippi is bordered by Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Gulf of Mexico
    The five largest cities are Jackson, which is the state capitol, Gulfport, Biloxi, Hattiesburg and Greenville.
    Mississippi’s agriculture includes cotton, poultry, cattle, rice, catfish and soybeans. The industries include furniture, lumber, clothing electrical machinery and food processing.
    The first synthetics were developed by Dr. Emmette F. Izard of Hazelhurst. He developed the first fibers of rayon.

    Mississippi was the first state in the nation to have a planned system of junior colleges.

    On April 25, 1866 when the Civil War had been over for more than a year, ladies from Columbus decided to decorate graves of soldiers from the north as well as the south with flowers. They chose Friendship Cemetery that has been called Where Flowers Healed a Nation. Americans still celebrate what has come to be called Memorial Day each year, an annual observance of recognition of war dead.

    After the Civil War, famed hat maker John B. Stetson learned and practiced his trade at Dunn's Falls near Meridian.

    One of the most noble deeds in the recorded history of the slave years occurred in 1834 when Captain Isaac Ross, whose plantation was in Lorman, freed his slaves and arranged for them to be sent to Africa, where they founded the country of Liberia. Recently, representatives of Liberia visited Lorman and placed a stone at the Captain's gravesite in honor of his kindness

    The world's largest pecan nursery is in Lumberton

    Greenwood is called the Cotton Capital of the World.

    Pine Sol was invented in 1929 by Jackson native Harry A. Cole, Sr.

    The state symbols are:
    Flower is the magnolia blossom
    Tree is the magnolia
    Bird is the mockingbird
    Fish is the largemouth bass
    Insect is the honeybee
    Butterfly is the spicebush swallowtail
    Water mammal is the bottlenosed dolphin or porpoise
    Land mammal is the white-tailed deer

    From Historical museums to a petrified forest to shrimp boat excursions to tours of antebellum homes to gaming in the off shore casinos or just playing on the beaches, there is plenty to do in Mississippi.

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