Who was Mississippi?
Mississippi wasn't a person be an Indian word. The native American (Indian) name meant "Father of Waters" and comes from Chippewas words "mici zibi" which means "great river" or "gathering in of all the waters" and the Algonquin word "Messipi"
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A state It's a state in the U.S.
The state of Mississippi is located at the very southern edge ofthe United States. It covers an area of 48,434 square miles and isbordered by the state of Alabama. Mississippi… is located in the southern region of the United States.Mississippi is located in between Louisiana and Alabama. Thelatitude is 30 degrees 12' N to 35 degrees N. The longitude is 88degrees 06' W to 91 degrees 39' W. eastern south - central US
It is a River.
It's a river in the midwestern United States. It is the largest river in the US
Fertile soil. Abundant water. Poverty. A history of racial injustice and violence. A bright future.
There are many things that people can do while in Mississippi,including visiting museums. People can also go shopping, go to themovies, and hang out with friends.
It comes from the indian word "misi-ziibi" which means great river
Mississippi is a river that runs through America, from the gulf of Mexico.
Well, you cant actually "Mississippi", but if you mean spell, you've done fine.
The Mississippi River rises out of Lake Itasca in northernMinnesota and flows southward for 2,320 miles to the MississippiRiver Delta at the Gulf of Mexico.
The Mississippi Queen was the second largest paddle wheel drivenriver steamboat ever built.
John J. Pettus was the governor of Mississippi in 1860.