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1. On January 27, 1880, the Mississippi State Capitol building was destroyed by fire. Reconstruction of the building was completed in 1903 and it remains the seat of Mississippi's state government to this day.

2. Civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer was born on January 27, 1917, in Montgomery County, Mississippi. She played a significant role in the Civil Rights Movement and is best known for her work with the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.

3. On January 27, 1927, the Mississippi River flood of 1927 began. This catastrophic flood affected over 16 million people across seven US states, including Mississippi, and caused significant damage to homes, businesses, and farmland.

4. On January 27, 1956, the first African-American students enrolled at the University of Mississippi. Autherine Lucy and Raylawni Branch faced significant opposition and violence from white students and were ultimately expelled from the university. However, their enrollment paved the way for future integration at the institution.

5. On January 27, 2010, the city of Jackson, Mississippi declared a state of emergency due to the severe winter storm that had hit the area. The storm caused widespread power outages and travel disruptions throughout the state, leading to numerous school and business closures.

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