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The fertility clinics in Mississippi offer In Vitro Fertilization, ovarian stimulation, intrauterine insemination, , assisted hatching, egg donation, gestational surrogacy and more.
Mississippi is located in the Deep South region of the United States. It borders Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, and Arkansas. The capital and also the largest city is Jackson. Other significant cities include Gulfport or Southaven.
The South was originally inhabited by Native Americans. The first European settlement was built in 1699 by the French and it was called Fort Maurepas.
Through the 18th century, the territory was ruled by Spain, France, and Britain. These colonists imported Africans and enslaved them. Mississippi became the 20th state on December 10, 1817.
In the 1860s, Mississippi was the top cotton producing state and over a half of its population were slaves. Mississippi was one of the seven original Confederate states. After the Civil War, it was restored to the Union again.
Mississippi lies within the Gulf coastal plain and consists of lowland plains and low hills. The state is heavily forested – forests cover more than half of the area. The highest point of Mississippi is Woodall Mountain, which is 246 m above sea level. The lowest point is the Gulf of Mexico.
Apart from the Mississippi River, there are several others – the Big Black River, the Pearl River, the Yazoo River, and a number of lakes, such as the large Sardis Lake. The climate is humid subtropical.
As for fauna, Mississippi is known for birds and mussels. One of the top tourist attractions are the Horseshoe Casino, Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, U.S.S. Cairo Museum, or the Gulf Islands National Seashore.
Mississippi has the highest percentage of African American population of all states in the US. The state is called after the Mississippi River. Its name is believed to come from the Ojibwe word “misi-ziibi,” meaning “great river.”