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Tate Reeves: Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi

What's Your State Government Known For?

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Trail of Tears - The largest act of ethnic cleansing perpetrated by the United States government began in 1830, when Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, which gave him the power to negotiate the removal of Native American tribes in the South to land west of the Mississippi. Of course, those negotiations were corrupt and rife with coercion. Take, for example, the removal of the Cherokee, which was conducted via a treaty never approved by leaders of the Cherokee nation and…

16 maps that Americans don't like to talk about

The Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission was created in 1956 to fight against racial integration. An arm of Mississippi’s state government,... That Time Segregationists Spied on BBYO

The Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission was created in 1956 to fight against racial integration. An arm of Mississippi’s state government,. That Time Segregationists Spied on BBYO

J. P. Morgan was a ruthless capitalist and financier and one of the most powerful men in US history.  He had enough wealth to buy every state west of the Mississippi River. He personally saved the United States Government from insolvency not once but twice, & infused the gov't with 3.5 million ounces of gold in 1893. In both cases he made a huge profit. He was known as a humorless genius. 1 word from him could make/break reputations. He formed General Electric, US Steel & owned the Titanic.

John Pierpont "J." Morgan was an American financier, banker, philanthropist and art collector who dominated corporate finance and industrial consolidation during his time. HE was born April 17 1837 and died march 31 1913

University of Mississippi program mocked for decades of single-handedly  discouraging medical use of the cannabis plant.

The United States government has an official marijuana menu, and it’s posted online

The United States government has an official marijuana menu, and it's posted online – American Green Zine

State government offices are closed Monday in Mississippi and Alabama for Confederate Memorial Day.

Confederate Memorial Day is still celebrated in these states

State government offices are closed Monday in Mississippi and Alabama for Confederate Memorial Day.

The Old Mississippi State Capitol, also known as Old Capitol Museum, is a building that is a Mississippi State Historic Site and a National Historic Landmark. This building was the site of Mississippi's Secession Convention, January 1861. It continued as the seat of state government until May 1863, when it was evacuated before the Battle of Jackson and later vandalized by Federal troops. For the remainder of the War, it remained in Confederate hands.

Old Mississippi Capitol Building in Jackson Mississippi.

You better wake up and pay attention to what your kids are being taught in your public schools, its everything radical except what they should be learning. Their teaching your kids to be radical communist. Hello! This is American...

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America, the Beautiful: The United States of America State Flags

We are The United States of America. Do you know what your state flag looks like? I tried to compile the fifty state flags here.

Fourth Grade Civics & Government History Worksheets: Learn About Your State

Learn About Your State

Fourth Grade Civics & Government History Worksheets: Learn About Your State-maybe adapt for state project

Trail of Tears - The largest act of ethnic cleansing perpetrated by the United States government began in 1830, when Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, which gave him the power to negotiate the removal of Native American tribes in the South to land west of the Mississippi. Of course, those negotiations were corrupt and rife with coercion. Take, for example, the removal of the Cherokee, which was conducted via a treaty never approved by leaders of the Cherokee nation and…

16 maps that Americans don't like to talk about

Trail of Tears - The largest act of ethnic cleansing perpetrated by the United States government began in 1830, when Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law, which gave him the power to negotiate the removal of Native American tribes in the South to land west of the Mississippi. Of course, those negotiations were corrupt and rife with coercion. Take, for example, the removal of the Cherokee, which was conducted via a treaty never approved by leaders of the Cherokee nation and…

Diary of a journey from the Mississippi to the coasts of the Pacific with a United States government expedition (1858)

Diary of a journey from the Mississippi to the coasts of the Pacific with a United States government expedition : Möllhausen, Balduin,1825-1905 : Free Download & Streaming

Diary of a journey from the Mississippi to the coasts of the Pacific with a United States government expedition

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