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Hattiesburg Home of USM
Hattiesburg Home of USM
M. M. Roberts Stadium is an American football stadium located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It is the home of The University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles football team.
Landrum's Country Homestead and Village
Landrum's Country Homestead and Village
Landrum's Country Homestead and Village is a re-creation of a late 1800's settlement nestled in a beautiful landscaped setting covering 10-acres of lush pecan trees, streams, and southern foliage in Laurel, MS.
Historic Magnolia Mississippi
Historic Magnolia Mississippi
Historic Magnolia contains two National Historic Districts. The Myrtle Street District is said to represent a typical neighborhood at the turn of the century.
 
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The Pine Belt, also known as the "Piney Woods", is a region in Southeast Mississippi. The region gets its name from the longleaf pine trees that are abundant in the region.

The Long leaf Pine belt covers 36 counties in Mississippi. It is east of the Mississippi Delta region, north of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and south of the Jackson area.

In the years before Mississippi was discovered by Europeans, Native American tribes populated the state. Specifically in the Pine Belt region of Mississippi, the Natchez tribe resided. The Natchez provided a formidable challenge for French and Spanish settlers, but their population halved less than 15 years after contact with Europeans. Disease and warfare eventually forced them to settle with the Creek people or English colonists.


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