Monday, January 4, 2010


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The Mississippi River is the largest in the United States and is the nation's chief waterway. Its nickname is Old Man River. 

Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, on January 8, 1935.

The rarest of North American cranes lives in Mississippi in the grassy savannas of Jackson County. The Mississippi Sandhill Crane stands about 44 inches tall and has an eight-foot wingspan.

Root beer was invented in Biloxi in 1898 by Edward Adolf Barq, Sr.

The International Checkers Hall of Fame is in Petal.

The world's largest shrimp is on display at the Old Spanish Fort Museum in Pascagoula.

The world's largest cactus plantation is in Edwards.

Vardaman is called the Sweet Potato Capital of the World.

Belzoni is called the Catfish Capital of the World.

The world's largest pecan nursery is in Lumberton.

Greenwood is called the Cotton Capital of the World.

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This Article was by Michelle At People's Natural Living

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