Mississippi Moving Companies
Leaving the Magnolia State?
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Mississippi Facts and Figures
- You can thank Sharkey County for the teddy bear. In 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt was hunting there and refused to shoot a captured bear, resulting in the nickname “teddy bear”
- Cotton is one of the major crops of Mississippi, with more than 420,000 acres planted each year
- Several cities are widely known for unique things:
- Greenwood is the Cotton Capital of the World
- Belzoni is the Catfish Capital of the World
- Vardaman is the Sweet Potato Capital of the World
- Greenville is the Towboat Capital of the World
- The state’s name comes from the great river, and a meshing of several different cultures’ name for it — the French “messipi,” Algonquin “misi-ziibi” and a Chippewa word meaning “large river”
- Life magazine recognized the town of D’Lo in 1942 for sending more men per capita to serve in World War II. D’Lo sent 38% of its population, more than any other U.S. city