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Welcome to Mississippi,
the Magnolia State


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Extinct or Renamed Counties: Bainbridge | Colfax | Pickering | Sumner

DeSoto CountyMarshall CountyBenton CountyTippah CountyAlcorn CountyTishomingo CountyTunica CountyTate CountyPrentiss CountyItawamba CountyLee CountyUnion CountyPontotoc CountyLafayette CountyPanola CountyCoahoma CountyBolivar CountyWashington CountyIssaquena CountyWarren CountyClaiborne CountyJefferson CountyAdams CountyWilkinson CountyFranklin CountyAmite CountyQuitman CountyTallahatchie CountySunflower CountyHumphreys CountySharkey CountyYalobusha CountyCalhoun CountyChickasaw CountyMonroe CountyGrenada CountyLeflore CountyCarroll CountyMontgomery CountyWebster CountyClay CountyHolmes CountyYazoo CountyLowndes CountyOkibbeha CountyChoctaw CountyAttala CountyWinston CountyNoxubee CountyMadison CountyHinds CountyCopiah CountyLincoln CountyLeake CountyNeshoba CountyKemper CountyScott CountyNewton CountyLauderdale CountyRankin CountySimpson CountySmith CountyJasper CountyClarke CountyLawrence CountyJefferson Davis CountyCovington CountyJones CountyWayne CountyPike CountyWalthall CountyMarion CountyLamar CountyForrest CountyPerry CountyGreene CountyPearl River CountyHancock CountyStone CountyGeorge CountyHarrison CountyJackson CountyMississippi-county-map.gif

Most pre-statehood settlers of Mississippi came from the older Southern states along the Atlantic seaboard. Some came from New England and a few colonial French families settled in the Biloxi area. Most of the settlers, however, were of Ulster Scottish, English, and northern European ancestry. Blacks outnumbered whites in Mississippi from the middle of the nineteenth century until the middle of the twentieth. Most of the Indians were gone by the late 1830s, but there are still a few thousand Choctaws living in east central Mississippi.

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