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Encyclopedia > List of counties in Mississippi

List of Mississippi counties: State nickname: Magnolia State Other U.S. States Capital Jackson Largest city Jackson Governor Haley Barbour (R) Official languages English Area 125,546 km² (32nd)  - Land 121,606 km²  - Water 3,940 km² (3%) Population (2000)  - Population 2,697,243 (31st)  - Density 23. ...

  1. Adams County
  2. Alcorn County
  3. Amite County
  4. Attala County
  5. Benton County
  6. Bolivar County
  7. Calhoun County
  8. Carroll County
  9. Chickasaw County
  10. Choctaw County
  11. Claiborne County
  12. Clarke County
  13. Clay County
  14. Coahoma County
  15. Copiah County
  16. Covington County
  17. DeSoto County
  18. Forrest County
  19. Franklin County
  20. George County
  21. Greene County
  22. Grenada County
  23. Hancock County
  24. Harrison County
  25. Hinds County
  26. Holmes County
  27. Humphreys County
  28. Issaquena County
  29. Itawamba County
  30. Jackson County
  31. Jasper County
  32. Jefferson County
  33. Jefferson Davis County
  34. Jones County
  35. Kemper County
  36. Lafayette County
  37. Lamar County
  38. Lauderdale County
  39. Lawrence County
  40. Leake County
  41. Lee County
  42. Leflore County
  43. Lincoln County
  44. Lowndes County
  45. Madison County
  46. Marion County
  47. Marshall County
  48. Monroe County
  49. Montgomery County
  50. Neshoba County
  51. Newton County
  52. Noxubee County
  53. Oktibbeha County
  54. Panola County
  55. Pearl River County
  56. Perry County
  57. Pike County
  58. Pontotoc County
  59. Prentiss County
  60. Quitman County
  61. Rankin County
  62. Scott County
  63. Sharkey County
  64. Simpson County
  65. Smith County
  66. Stone County
  67. Sunflower County
  68. Tallahatchie County
  69. Tate County
  70. Tippah County
  71. Tishomingo County
  72. Tunica County
  73. Union County
  74. Walthall County
  75. Warren County
  76. Washington County
  77. Wayne County
  78. Webster County
  79. Wilkinson County
  80. Winston County
  81. Yalobusha County
  82. Yazoo County

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Mississippi (857 words)
Mississippi was the 20th state admitted to the Union, on December 10, 1817.
Physical Geography: Mississippi is bounded by Tennessee on the north, Alabama on the east, the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana on the south, and on the west, across the Mississippi River, the states of Louisiana and Arkansas.
Mississippi's physical geography is characterized by two distinct regions: the Mississippi River Floodplain and the Gulf Coastal Plain.
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