Mississippi--Treasury Department



Operating at the state level, the Mississippi State Treasurer's office was created in 1817 in Jackson when the state was admitted to the Union. The State Legislature appointed the State Treasurer until 1832 when the Treasurer became popularly elected to serve a two-year term (changed to four years in 1869). The State Treasurer is responsible for overseeing and maintaining Mississippi's financial records. (Wikipedia)

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mississippi_State_Treasurer

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