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Amite County is a county located in the state of Mississippi. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,131. Its county seat is Liberty. The county is named after the Amite River which is located in the county. The name is derived from the French amitié, meaning "friendship.
- also known as Amite County, Mississippi
- founded in (207 years ago)
- part of Mississippi, McComb, MS Micropolitan Statistical Area
- capital: Liberty
- official website: www.amitecounty.ms/index.php
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The Mississippi Encyclopedia (2017)
by Ted Ownby, Charles Reagan Wilson, Ann J. Abadie, Odie Lindsey, James G. Thomas
In 1853 Douglas Hancock Cooper, an Amite County planter and political figure, became the US agent to the Choctaw ...
by Hugh Rawson, Margaret Miner
1961, quoted by Jack Newfield, Amite County, in Bread and Roses Too ...
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