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         Mississippi Geography:     more books (100)
  1. A partial listing of historic maps of Mississippi: 1722-1900 by Paul E Davis, 1981
  2. Thoughts on hygiene, as applicable to hot climates, more especially to the Mississippi region, and to New Orleans by Charles Caldwell, 1836
  3. Traveling Riverside Blues: landscapes of Robert Johnson in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta.(Biography): An article from: Focus on Geography by Robert N. Brown, 2006-12-22
  4. The Mississippi Valley: its Physical Geography, Including Sketches of the Topography, Botany by J. W. Foster, 2009-09-25
  5. The Mississippi Valley: Its Physical Geography, Including Sketches of the Topography, Botany, Climate, Geology, and Mineral Resources ; and of the Progress ... in Population and Material Wealth [1869 ] by J. W. (John Wells) Foster, 2009-09-22
  6. Mississippi (Welcome to the U.S.a.) by Ann Heinrichs, 2005-10
  7. Mississippi (From Sea to Shining Sea) by Barbara A. Somervill, 2009-03
  8. Mississippi: The Magnolia State (Our Amazing States) by Miriam Coleman, 2010-08-15
  9. Geology and Geography.(Divisional Reports): An article from: Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences by Jack Moody, 2004-04-01
  11. A Condensed Geography and History of the Western States, Or the Mississippi Valley, Volume 1 by Timothy Flint, 2010-03-10
  12. A Condensed Geography and History of the Western States, Or the Mississippi Valley, Volume 2 by Timothy Flint, 2010-03-07
  13. Mississippi (United States) by Paul Joseph, 1998-02
  14. Mississippi (Statebasics) by Amy Van Zee, 2010-08

81. Meeting Of Frontiers: Selections From The Geography And Maps Collections: Titles
Meeting of Frontiers Selections from the geography and Maps Collections. Titles.The Alaska Line. Indian Reservations west of the mississippi River.
Meeting of Frontiers: Selections from the Geography and Maps Collections

82. Mississippi Valley-Items-From-Our-Americana-Catalogue
mississippi VALLEY. Flint, Timothy. The History And geography Of Themississippi Valley. To Which Is Appended A Condensed Physical Valley.htm

83. Mississippi ThinkQuest
50 States and Capitals Admiring mississippi American Memory from theLibrary of Congress AN ONLINE geography GAMES and QUIZ SITE?

84. Geography Network - Download Census 2000 TIGER/Line Shapefiles
Download Census 2000 TIGER/Line® Shapefiles. You have selected thestate of mississippi. If you would like to download one or more

85. Chicago In 1900 Geography
geography. Chicago is located on a flat lake shore near the southern tipof Lake Michigan. Lawrence system and the mississippi River basin.
Physically the major changes since 1900 have been building, drainage and filling. drainage by the Chicago Sewer System and the Water Reclamation District, and are now covered with buildings. Sanitary and Ship Canal opened. The flow of the Chicago River was reversed from Lake Michigan to the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers. Since most of the densely populated central area was drained into the Chicago River via the sewer system, this action effectively shifted the continental divide from the western edge of the city to the very shore of Lake Michigan. This process was completed later in the century with the completion of the North Shore Channel, the Cal-Sag Channel and the sewer system. The population As people crowded together, there was a tendency for immigrants to cluster with others who shared a common ethnic heritage. Although actual census data tends to suggest that few neighborhoods had more than 50% of any particular national group, neighborhoods often became identified with specific ethnic groups, and were named appropriately. Some of those names which have come down to us include Pilsen, Holstein, Bronzeville, Little Italy and Chinatown (note: these names do not necessarily refer to the same areas now as they did earlier) Sources: Benedict, Lyle.

86. Film Ideas: Geography And Directions
highlighted showing the early history, geography (including climates mississippi RiverRegion Arkansas • Kentucky • Louisiana • mississippi • Missouri
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Rivers of North America Series brings a unique perspective to the role great rivers have played in the early development and subsequent settlement of a region and a nation. Each river has its own unique story to tell, it's own geology, geography and history. Beginning at the headwaters and continuing on their way through majestic landscapes of canyons and valleys, the waters of these great rivers continue on a path created millions of years ago. Young viewers learn about the first settlements, the first European explorers, as well as the ecological impact that comes from the demands upon its waters. Instructional Guides Included With Purchase Approx. 22 minutes each
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87. Loess Hills Geography
Loess Hills geography. It makes these interesting points The Loess Hills Region ofthe Lower mississippi Valley corresponds roughly with the red band extending
Loess Hills Geography
T he map at the right shows where most of the US's loess is deposited, and how deep it is. It makes these interesting points:
  • The Loess Hills Region of the Lower Mississippi Valley corresponds roughly with the red band extending from the extreme western portions of Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi, into central Louisiana ; thus our Loess Hills constitute a long but exceedingly slender physiographic region extending through four states There's a great deal of loess in North America other than what we have in the Lower Mississippi Valley However, history, plants and animals typical of the U.S. Southeast are profoundly influenced by loess only in our Loess Hills In the Lower Mississippi Valley, our loess is thickest where it parallels the Mississippi River's eastern shore, and it diminishes and finally vanishes toward the east
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88. CSUN Geography Department: I-Shou Wang
geography of China; Urban and Population geography; Cartography. Surveyor 17981915 ,at the Third Biennial Historic Natchez Conference, Natchez, mississippi, Feb
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89. Mississippi River Virtual Field Trip
feed into the mississippi system can you identify? Physical Geographyof the mississippi. a.Life Historyto students Now,tell me
A River Runs Through It
The Geographical Influence of the Mississippi River A VIRTUAL GEOGRAPHY FIELD TRIP This field trip on the Mississippi River was prepared for an ELDERHOSTEL at Gustavus Adolphus College,July 13-20,1997.Since the class did not have the time to take an actual field trip on the Mississippi, this virtual trip was prepared.Typical field trip "STOPS" will be made but in the context of the Ship's Manifest shown below.Any suggestions /questions which pertain to the feild trip can be sent to my e-mail: . This is a work in progress,particularly linking the appropriate www sites. The Ship's Manifest RIVER BASIN CHARACTERISTICS HISTORICAL SETTLEMENT FLOODING ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER CITIES AND TOWNS MAKING MONEY ON THE MISSISSIPPI YOUR RIVER GUIDE: Dr. (CAPTAIN) BOB DOUGLAS RIVER BASIN CHARACTERISTICS Many characteristics of the Mississippi River Drainage Basin can be found in: Twain's Life on the Mississippi Preface. The 'Body of the Nation'

90. Recruiters Region Listing Of: Mississippi
Sign up NOW! Region Listing for mississippi Total 92 mississippi is partof the Southern area. . Back to geography List. The Hogan Group, Inc.

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92. Wrestling The Mississippi - Related Resources (6-8, 9-12 - Geography)
mississippi River Parkway Commission The site is maintained by a multistate organizationwhose purpose is to preserve and enhance the mississippi River.
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Listed here is a variety of resources to enhance your use of this program, including Internet links, related products, and suggested readings from our professional reference librarian at the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC).
Mississippi River Parkway Commission
The site is maintained by a multi-state organization whose purpose is to preserve and enhance the Mississippi River. There is an excellent map with navigational buttons.

The River Resource
A collection of sources on rivers that is a good starting point for student research.

Nile of the New World: The Lower Mississippi River Valley
A comprehensive look at the Lower Mississippi River that is maintained by The National Park Service.
Mississippi Headwaters Board Information on protecting the first 400 miles of the Mississippi River. Captain Jimmy A great database on locks, dams and vessels on the Mississippi River.

93. Choctaw Homestead And Mississippi Ecosystem
The financial portion of the project was funded by a grant from the MississippiGeography Education Fund and a WalMart grant. Partners
The Grenada Middle School has created an outdoor environment to depict a Mississippi Native American Choctaw Homestead to include elements of the ecosystem, lodging, art, and use of natural resources. Our living bioregional model provides an innovative teaching tool in an interactive learning environment. The Homestead traces the settlement proesses and patterns of Mississippi Choctaws and their reactions to and modifications of their physical environment.
The project has provided enhanced resources for our district through a three-dimensional environmental experience. This learning environment has fostered an awareness of the interrelated characteristics of habitat, need for resource conservation, and has provided information influencing the patterns of human development.
The key players in the developmental process of our project are a varied group of community partners. The financial portion of the project was funded by a grant from the Mississippi Geography Education Fund and a Wal-Mart grant. Partners working on the construction of the project's flowing stream included the Mississippi State University Extension Service, Mississippi Forestry Commission, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Grenada School District Maintenance Department. Development of the Choctaw dwelling was assisted by the Mississippi Choctaw Field Office. Creation of the ecosystem plant environment was facilitated by the Grenada Vocational School and the Mississippi Wildlife Museum.

94. Kyle Yamnitz
Kyle Yamnitz. The mississippi River. Globe, US Map, compasses, blank US map, regularand online encyclopedias, and any maps that focus on the mississippi River.
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Printable Version for your convenience! Kyle Yamnitz The Mississippi River Grade Level Length : Several Class Periods Materials Globe, US Map, compasses, blank US map, regular and online encyclopedias, and any maps that focus on the Mississippi River. Performance Expectation Students will be able to demonstrate the importance of the Mississippi river and all its uses such as transportation, food, commercial purposes, and drinking water. They will also be able to provide information about other rivers and their importance. Directions The following is a simple list of activities to learn about the Mississippi River.
  • On a map, have students label the Mississippi River and the surrounding states. Also have them locate the river on a globe to familiarize them with the river's greater association with the world.
  • Students could write letters to the states that border the river requesting information.

95. Mississippi: Facts, Map And State Symbols -
mississippi Facts, Map and State Symbols, mississippi Flag Printout/Quiz. mississippiwas the 20 th state in the USA; it became a state on December 10, 1817 .
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Mississippi Outline Map Printout Mississippi Facts, Map and State Symbols Mississippi Flag Printout/Quiz Mississippi was the 20 th state in the USA; it became a state on December 10, 1817 . State Abbreviation - MS State Capital - Jackson Largest City - Jackson Area - 48,434 square miles [Mississippi is the 32nd biggest state in the USA] Population (as of 2000) [Mississippi is the 31st most populous state in the USA] Major Industries - farming (cotton, corn, soybeans, rice), oil, textiles, electronic equipment, transprtation equipment, fishing Major Rivers Mississippi River , Big Black River, Pearl River, Yazoo River Major Lakes - Ross Barnett Reservoir, Arkabutla Lake, Sardis Lake, Grenada Lake Highest Point - Woodall Mountain - 806 feet (245 m) above sea level Bordering States Alabama Arkansas Louisiana Tennessee Bordering Body of Water - Gulf of Mexico Origin of the Name Mississippi - Mississippi is perhaps from the Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indian words "mici zibi," which means "great river" or "gathering of waters"

96. L³ - The Lewis And Clark Rediscovery Project
The Missouri River is extremely wide where it enters the mississippi aboveSt. Louis. This is because the river drains a very large area.

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