Meaning : Father of Waters, Father Of Waters,
Origin : Native American,
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Additional information Mississippi:
Definition funny of Mississippi:
- 20th state admitted to the Union. - ranks low in a lot of good. categories/high in a bunch of bad categories. - tons of history. civil war, civil RIGHTS war, etc. - home of an incredible amount of musicians, writers and overall successful, famous people. - very solid sports history, and turn out of a lot of professional athletes. - lots of very friendly folks. - a few a-holes (ole miss fans). (just kidding....kinda). - lots of casinos. - lots of very hot chicks. - highest african american population % in the country. - birthplace/home of the blues (screw you, memphis) and birthplace of country music (screw you, nashville). - very diverse landscapes. from delta flat to rolling hills to piney woods to the beaches of the gulf coast.
Mississippi - The South's Warmest Welcome
1. A state. 2. A river. 3. The word they love to make little kids learn to spell and repeat on command.
"I can spell Mississippi!"
*The Hospitality State* that receives the most unjust flack for being racist, backwoods, sub-par, uneducated, redneck, illiterate, etc., when in fact it is beautiful, flourishing, friendly, and bubbling with culture and history -- much more than most people realize... Not to mention the talent that has sprung from Mississippi, especially for a small state (Sela Ward, Faith Hill, Oprah Winfrey, Elvis Presley, Brett Favre, Jimmy Buffett, Morgan Freeman, William Faulkner, Jim Henson, Walter Payton, Robert Johnson, B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Conway Twitty, Tammy Wynette, Trent Lott, Jefferson Davis, James Earl Jones, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Archie Manning, Jerry Rice, Tennessee Williams, Eudora Welty, and LeeAnn Rimes, just to name a few...) As a born & bred Mississippian who is very well-traveled all over the world (AND well-educated -- I can even do much more than just read -- gasp!), I would never choose live anywhere else!!!
Despite the ignorance of people who go by the stereotypes often attributed to Mississippi, it often does not receive the credit it deserves.
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Books about Mississippi:
Mississippi by Diane Siebert and Greg Harlin (Apr 24, 2001)
A Mississippi Moonlight by Vicky Renee Johnson (Jan 11, 2014)
The Mississippi Sativa Cooperative by komrade komura (Apr 19, 2014)
Mississippi DEAD by Shawn Weaver (Dec 31, 2012)
Mississippi Trial, 1955 by Chris Crowe (Nov 24, 2003)
Mississippi by Rand McNally (Nov 4, 2009)
Mississippi Current Cookbook: A Culinary Journey Down America's Greatest River by Regina Charboneau, Harriet Bell, Ben Fink and Julia Reed (May 20, 2014)
Movies about Mississippi:
Great American Scenic Railroads: Great Mississippi & Shenandoah 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 9 mins Directed by: Pentrex
Spies of Mississippi [HD] 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Dawn Porter
Nature Parks MISSISSIPPI SWAMPS New Orleans 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Ghosts of Mississippi 2009 PG-13 CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 11 mins Starring: Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg, et al. Directed by: Rob Reiner
Beneath the Mississippi 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 54 mins Starring: Jon Hazell, Nick Murray, et al. Directed by: Lonnie Schuyler
The Seasoned Traveler Florida, Alabama & Mississippi 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: Createspace
Mississippi Burning 1989 R - Runtime: 2 hrs 8 mins Starring: Gene Hackman, Willem Dafoe, et al. Directed by: Alan Parker
Wiki information Mississippi:
Mississippi is a U.S. state located in the Southern United States. The name of the state derives from the Mississippi River, which flows along its western boundary and comes from the Ojibwe word misi-ziibi. Jackson is the state capital and largest...
The Mississippi River is the chief river of the largest drainage system in North America. Flowing entirely in the United States, it rises in northern Minnesota and meanders slowly southwards for 2,340 miles to the Mississippi River Delta at the Gulf...