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McComb

McComb, city (1990 pop. 11,591), Pike co., SW Miss., near the La. line; inc. 1872. It is the trade and rail center of a cotton, corn, soybean, cattle, and timber area. Manufactures include wire and textile products, and there is poultry processing.

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