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Many Reasons To See Mississippi

Many local native tribes used to live here in Mississippi before the Europeans entered this land in 1540. However the first European permanent settlement came in 1699 at Ocean Springs.

The area passed through the control of Spain, British or French until the French and Indian War and the treaty following it. Under the treaty, all French held lands had to be ceded to the British. On April 7, 1798 its territory was ceded to Georgia and South Carolina. Its final territory kept expanding as most of its land was acquired by the US govt. from the native americans. Ultimately on 10 December, 1817 Mississippi became the 20th state of the Union.

At Natchez National Historical Park tells the story of its pivotal role that it played in the settlement of old southwest, the Cotton Kingdom and the Antebellum South. You will find many things that tell you the story of every day life in antebellum. It is the only unit that's currently open to public.

Tupelo National Battlefield is a site where troops from the Union fought a battle with the Confederates over the issue of railroad breaking took place in 1864. It was developed as a national battlefield site on 21 February, 1929.

Established on 21st February, 1899, Vicksburg National Military Park is in the memory of the decisive battles of the American Civil War. Many battles were fought near the Mississippi and Vicksburg was a fortress guarding the Mississippi River.

Today it stands a well preserved building and has lots of old monuments and memories of the battlefield that took place here. A visit to this site begins with an 18 min. film and then you can drive on its 16 mile structure. You can view the ship USS Cairo which was sunk on 12 December, 1862.

It was raised back in 1964 and exhibits lots of military artifacts. Right next to it is the cemetery of US soldiers who have been killed in various wars fought by US from the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II and the Korean War. Many who lost their life during these wars are laid to rest here.

Adopted by the State, from War Department on 10 August, 1961, it was changed to a site representing a National Battlefield site. In Tupelo's history, the first King of Rock, Elvis Presley Birthplace is a unique place exhibiting everything about the Legendary Rock-O-Roll King. Even after getting the world fame Elvis used to come occasionally to his birthplace that was built by his father. He was born here on 8 January, 1935 and the two room house has been turned in to a museum. It exhibits many of his belongings like motor-cycle boots and a jumpsuit that he wore on a Las-Vegas tour.



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Beau Rivage, Biloxi
French for "beautiful shore," the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino showcases a waterfront pool and spa tub. The casino features table games, video poker and 2,100 slot machines. A poolside bar serves icy beverages daily. Twelve restaurants provide a variety of local and international cuisine, while room service is available 24 hours a day. A coffee shop provides cappuccinos, espressos and pastries. A full-service health spa is located on-site. Meeting space, a business center and event catering meet business needs. Thoughtful amenities include concierge services, ATM, dry cleaning and fitness facilities. 
IP Casino Resort Spa, Biloxi
Located on the back bay of Biloxi, Miss., the high-rise IP Casino Resort Spa is three miles from the Biloxi Lighthouse. The hotel is six miles from the home of Jefferson Davis. Boating, jet skiing, sailing, windsurfing, snorkeling and canoeing are located within two miles. Highlights Sports Bar & Grill boasts 65 high-definition, plasma-screen televisions and serves burgers and salads. Carnaval de Brasil features Churrasco, traditional Gaucho-style barbecue, and a soup and salad bar. The Brazilian Tapas Bar serves appetizers. The hotel includes 53,000 square feet of meeting space, featuring a convention center and exhibition space for 200 vendors. The hotel's three-floor casino features 2,062 slot machines, 19 poker tables and 62 table games. The hotel offers a nightclub, three bars, and shopping at the indoor promenade. an on-site fitness center, co-ed lounge, steam room and rooftop pool are available.


Island View Casino Resort Hotel, Gulfport
Positioned at the port of Gulfport, Miss., and overlooking the Gulf of Mexico is the Island View Casino Resort Hotel. The Marine Life Oceanarium is one-half mile away, and the Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center and Beauvoir Jefferson Davis home are within eight miles. Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport is less than six miles from the property. Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are available at the 24-hour island view buffet, which hosts live action food stations and a dessert bar. Three bars are located in the hotel, which serve an array of frosty libations. Gaming action is offered around the clock in the casino, where 14 table games including blackjack and roulette are available, as are more than 1,000 slot machines. Amenities include meeting rooms, concierge services and a gift shop.
Magnolia Plantation, Gulfport
The Magnolia Plantation is a smoke-free hotel located five miles from the Biloxi-Gulfport regional airport on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. This stately Mississippi plantation style mansion is at the very edge of where Mississippi's wooded hills slope to meet the coast plains. The hotel is secluded among the woods, lakes and fountains of a country estate, yet only seven miles from the white sandy beaches, 20 minutes from Biloxi, and the world famous entertainment of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Enjoy the outdoor recreation in the local area including golfing, charter boat fishing and much more. Or try your luck at one of the many coast area casinos only a few minutes' drive from Magnolia Plantation. Other local area attractions include: museums & galleries, historical points of interest, world-class dining, and a large variety of shopping centers and antique stores. Experience gracious living at its finest with beautifully appointed guest rooms. Here you will find the warmest welcome on the Gulf Coast. At Magnolia Plantation you will enjoy true Southern Hospitality with breakfast served in the elegant dining room. tea is served in the afternoon and you're always invited to the evening social gathering. Of course, you're welcome to relax anytime at the pool and jacuzzi. The Magnolia Plantation is minutes to fine dining, shopping, and entertainment venues.

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