Without red blood cells our tissues would die and we would also. That is why it is so important to replace lost blood during an operation or damaging injury.
Favre lives in Mississippi during the off-season.
Various banks in Mississippi issued Confederate money.
Mississippi was a Confederate State.
Yes, it did.
The river would flood cities near the Mississippi River.
Edward Ord was appointed as the first military governor of Mississippi during the reconstruction period
It is not uncommon for tornadoes to occur in Mississippi during the summer, but they are more common in the spring.
Many bodies were buried in Enterprise, Mississippi after the battle of Shiloh during the Civil War.
Mississippi was an important state during the Civil War because of its "linch-pin" or "hinge" position in the South. So long as Mississippi was held by the South, the Union would be unable to gain control of the Mississippi River or to threaten the Deep South's resources from the West.
Tornadoes can hit Mississippi at any time of year, but are most common during the spring.
Mississippi was a southern state that joined the Confederate States of America.
8.8 during August 2010
The Mississippi State Fair is a popular annual event held during October in Jackson, Mississippi.
There is no truth to this.
Spain owned the mouth of of the Mississippi river.
I think what you're looking for is the 4th of July. This was not missed during the Civil War, though, but for decades AFTER the was was not a state holiday in Mississippi. County courthouses did not close on the 4th of July in Mississippi until after WWII, because the 4th of July was the day that Vicksburg surrendered during the Civil War, in 1863.
Spain owned the mouth of the Mississippi River.
During the American Revolution... The land north of the Mississippi River was controlled by Spain