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Area Information

The state of Mississippi is located in the southern region of the United States of America. The capital of Mississippi is Jackson. It is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, Alabama, Tennessee, and Arkansas. The Mississippi River separates the state from Louisiana and Arkansas. The state has several additional major rivers, including the Pearl River, the Yazoo, Big Black River, the Tombigbee, and the Pascagoula.

Business Information

Mississippi’s economy is based on manufacturing and industry, including the production of chemicals, plastics, wood products, food processing, and fishing. The state is the largest fabricator of pond-raised catfish, and also produces a large amount of cotton, poultry, eggs, and dairy products. Top employers with office space or other facilities in Mississippi include Keesler Air Force Base, Ingalls Shipbuilding, Naval Construction Battalion Center, Chevron USA, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, and the Singing River Hospital System.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There are many things to see and do in Mississippi, including spending time in any of the 24 state parks. Other attractions include Vicksburg National Military Park, the Pre-Civil War cities and architecture of Natchez, Oxford, Columbus, Vicksburg, and Jackson, as well as the battlefield sites of Brices Cross Roads and the Tupelo National Battlefield. Catfish figures prominently in Mississippi cuisine. The annual Catfish Festival is held in Belzoni, where you can enjoy a small town festival that includes a catfish-eating contest. Other state specialties include, black-eyed peas, fried chicken, turnip greens, and gumbo.

Transport Information

The largest airport in the state is the Jackson-Evers International Airport, located just outside the state capital. Other airports include the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, the Golden Triangle Regional Airport, and airports situated near the cities of Greenville, Hattiesburg, Natchez, and Tupelo. The easiest method of getting around Mississippi is by automobile using Interstate Highways 20, 55 and 59.

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