Mississippi. "Magnolia state"
1991Kirk Fordice became the first Republican to be elected governor of Mississippi since 1874.
Today, Mississippi is a major contributor to USA. One contribution is an immense forestry industry. About 54 percent of the state is covered by slash and loblolly pine trees. There is also an abundance of tung trees, which are used for their oil. A major forest in Mississippi is the Piney Woods, which are located in the southeastern portion of the state. The lakes formed by dams on the Yazoo, Pearl, and Tennessee Rivers supply hydroelectric power to most of the state.
Mississippi is rich in culture and history because of the many different groups of people who impacted it through the decades. There have been times of plenty and those of hardship, especially the years surrounding servility. Today, Mississippi faces the challenge of fully developing its economic program. Local and state government is still organized to meet the needs of an agricultural, rural society and needs to be modernized to deal with economic problems effectively.
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