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Mississippi Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps
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Mississippi - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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Besides being the first four-syllable word school children learn to spell, Mississippi is a lovely state, separated from Louisiana by the wide Mississippi River, and having 44 miles of coastline on the Gulf of Mexico. For many years cotton was king in Mississippi. After many losses during the Civil War and limited funds for investment, the state was slow to recover. Over the last decade, however, legalization of casinos has led to an upsurge in the economy, with many people taking in “riverboat gambling,” similar to antebellum days. Catfish aquaculture farms provide most of the catfish consumed in the US.
The Mississippi River between Louisiana and Mississippi, public domain Wikipedia source
Mississippi is doing much to develop its tourist economy. The Mississippi Freedom Trail is under development, identifying many of the historic sites of the Civil Rights struggles across the state. Despite serious racial conflict in the past, now over fifty years later, Mississippi has more African-American elected officials than any other US state.
The Natchez Trail offers views of Native American historical sites. Black Creek and Tuxachanie Trails wind through DeSoto National Forest. The state has over 2500 geocaching sites. Agritouring is taking off with participative demonstrations of catfish feeding, sorghum making, alligator viewing, dairy farming, cheese making, cotton farming, vegetable farming, and high-tech-designed corn mazes, plus homemade Mississsippi moonshine.
Mississippi State, University of Mississippi, and University of Southern Mississippi are among the four-year colleges in the state. There are another 30 four-year and two-year colleges and universities. Mississippi has non-major league professional sports teams: the Surge (ice hockey), Brilla (soccer), Braves (baseball), and RiverKings (hockey).