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Notable People from MississippiNotable Work/Position
Van T. BarfootWas a U.S. Army officer and a recipient of the U.S. military’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in World War II.
Chester H. PondWas an American inventor who invented the first electrical self-winding clock.
Elvis PresleyWas an American singer, musician, and actor. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century. Often referred to as “the King.”
Oprah WinfreyAn American media executive, actress, talk show host, television producer, and philanthropist. She is best known for her talk show “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
Brett FavreA former American professional football quarterback who spent the majority of his career with the NFL’s Green Bay Packers. He holds many NFL records, and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.
Bettie WilsonLived 115 years and 153 days (1890 to 2006). At the time of her death, she was the third oldest person in the world.
LeAnn RimesAn American country and pop singer. Known for her rich vocals. She rose to stardom in 1996, at the age of 13, becoming the youngest country music star, since Tanya Tucker in 1972.

Searching for Someone in Mississippi

Mississippi is the 34th most populated state in the US. Its population is over 3 million people with 1.1 million households. The average household size was 2.62 members in 2018. If you need to find someone in Mississippi, try to use White Pages for free or for some fee.

The predominant race in Mississippi is white, making up 56.6% of the state’s population. The balance of women and men is 51.5% / 48.5%. The average age of the population is 37.5 years. Jackson has over 170,000 citizens and that is the greatest result in Mississippi.

The amount of people below 25 is 34.3% and seniors over 65 are 15.6%. The population growth is -0.15% per year. The population decrease is not very high, but it is a problem for the state government. Labor force is 1.18 million people and their annual income is about $43,500. It is a small income in compliance with the national rate and it is one of the reasons for the population decrease.

The main part of the budget income is casino gambling. It was legalized in 1990 along the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast.

Top 3 SchoolsCity# of GraduatesGraduation RateAcceptance RateMost Popular Degrees
University of MississippiOxford5,35260%84%Nursing
Mississippi State UniversityStarkville4,27158%62%Humanities
Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C.Perkinston4,15042%100%Humanities

Mississippi Real Estate

If you are going to move to Mississippi, you should use White Pages. The service will let you know more about your neighbors. Whenever you want to purchase or rent a home, it is better to check out the owner too. It is absolutely free and the process will take you several minutes only.

According to the data, the average home value increasing is 5.3% per year. You can purchase property for $120,200, with the median price per square foot at $61. It is a rather low price, that’s why you can invest in the Mississippi property to earn money. Rent is about $740 and it is less than the national rate. Listing price is $186,000. It is not a very high price, but you should try to negotiate with the owner to save up to $60,000.

Olive Branch is the city with the most expensive property. If you want to live here, you should pay about $185,000 for a home.

CityAvg. Home ValueAvg. Household Income
Olive Branch$170,200$70,572
Brandon$169,900$72,529
Starkville$159,700$36,700
Biloxi$154,800$43,632
Gulfport$118,300$37,243

Mississippi Facts

  • Official Name: Mississippi

  • Name Meaning: Settlers named it after the Ojibwe, an indigenous language, word misi-ziibi “Great River.”

  • Nickname: Magnolia State

  • Statehood: December 10, 1817 (20th State)

  • Capital: Jackson

  • Total Number of Counties: 82

  • Largest City: Jackson

  • Largest County (by population): Hinds

  • Population (as of 2018): 2,986,530

  • History: The Mississippi territory was managed by Spanish, French and British colonial governments In different time of the 18th century. Great Britain lost the area during the American Revolutionary War. So, Mississippi became the 20th US state on January 9, 1861. Later Mississippi joined the Confederate States during the Civil War, but it returned to the Union on February 23, 1870. The state constitution was focused on agricultural development. That’s why the industry of Mississippi has lost several years of progress. There was launched a program “Momentum Mississippi” in 2005. The program should create new jobs and improve the state economy. Mississippi is the 32nd largest state at 48,430 sq. miles, and is 170 miles in width and 340 miles in length.

Fast Facts

  • Americans have celebrated “Memorial Day” since April 25, 1866. That day several women placed flowers on soldier’s graves at Friendship Cemetery in Columbus, Mississippi/ So, the Americans decided to go on with the tradition.

  • The first professional football player, who has appeared on a Wheaties cereal box, was Walter Payton, of Columbia, Mississippi.

  • Natchez, the only city in Adams County, Mississippi. Moreover, it is the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River. There are over 500 buildings from the National Register of Historic Places.

  • The Vicksburg National Cemetery, in Vicksburg, Mississippi was founded in 1866. That is the 2nd largest national cemetery of the US. There are a lot of tombs of Civil War troops.

  • The Mississippi River is the 2nd longest river of the US and the whole of North America. It is 2,320 miles from Northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico.

  • The best manufacturer of snow sled in the US is Blazon – Flexible Flyer, Inc. It is located in West Point, Mississippi. Its snow sled is called the “Flexible Flyer”.

  • The first human lung transplant was done at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 1963.

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