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1. For a little more than one hundred years, from shortly after the state’s founding through the Great Depression, cotton was the undisputed king of Mississippi’s largely agrarian economy. Over the last half-century, however, Mississippi has diversified its economy by balancing agricultural output with increased industrial activity.
2. Today, agriculture continues as a major segment of the state’s economy. For almost four decades soybeans occupied the most acreage, while cotton remained the largest cash crop. In 2001, however, more acres of cotton were planted than soybeans, and Mississippi jumped to second in the nation in cotton production (exceeded only by Texas). The state’s farmlands also yield important harvests of corn, peanuts, pecans, rice, sugar cane, and sweet potatoes as well as poultry, eggs, meat animals, dairy products, feed crops, and horticultural crops. Mississippi remains the world’s leading producer of pond-raised catfish.
3. The state abounds in historical landmarks and is the home of the Vicksburg National Military Park. Other National Park Service areas are Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site, Tupelo National Battlefield, and part of Natchez Trace National Parkway. Pre–Civil War mansions are the special pride of Natchez, Oxford, Columbus, Vicksburg, and Jackson.
Jackson - State Capital Building, Pearl River, Mynelle’s Gardens, Jackson Zoological Park, Eudora Welty’s home, Belhaven College, Jackson State Univ., Univ. of Mississippi Medical Center, Tougaloo College, Mississippi College, Jackson Mynelle Gardens, Old Capitol Museum of Mississippi History, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum, Farish Street Historical District, Puppet Arts Theatre, Mississippi Coliseum
Gulfport - Mississippi Sound, the Gulf of Mexico, De Soto National Forest, Ship Island, Civil War Fort Massachusetts, The Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, Harrison County Skate Park and Hockey Complex, Gulfport Little Theatre, St. James Fall Festival, Fire in the Sky Freedom Fest, Gulfport Dragway
Biloxi - Biloxi Bay and Mississippi Sound, Gulf of Mexico, Keesler Air Force Base, Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home, Green Woods Stables, Biloxi Natatorium, Old Brick House, Biloxi Little Theatre, Saenger Theatre for the Performing Arts