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Kentucky lies in the Midwestern United States. The largest city within the state is Wichita while the capital is Topeka. The state ranks the 15th largest by area with the most 36th most populous of all the states. In 2015 Kentucky was among the most agriculturally productive states. The major produce includes soybeans, wheat, sorghum and corn. There are various reasons for one to dive own to Kentucky. The National Park Service protects the Fort Larned National Historic Site in Larned, Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka and the Nicodemus National Historic Site at Nicodemus among other areas pleasing to tourists.
Mississippi size and population go hand in hand where it’s the 35th most populous and the 32nd largest in area. However, its population suffers from the nation’s lowest per capita. Additionally, Mississippi also has the lowest measures within the education, development and health sectors. The most vibrant industries are forestry and agriculture. Some of the major produces are farm-raised catfish from which more than half of the country’s supply comes from. Jackson city is not only the states capital but also the largest city. Majority of the state’s landscape is made up of lowland plains and low hills.