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Louisiana was the 18th state to be admitted into the Union on Thursday, April 30, 1812.

Louisiana covers 51,843 square miles with a population of 4,533,372 people. Driskill Mountain is Louisiana's highest point at 535 feet above sea level.Louisiana (New France) was named after Louis XIV, one of Frances's greatest and most powerful kings.

 

 

 

 

More facts about Louisiana

Louisiana's CapitalLouisiana's capital - Baton Rouge

Border States - Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas.

Nickname - Pelican State

Louisiana has the tallest state capitol building in the nation at 450 feet

Louisiana is a leader in natural gas, salt, petroleum, and sulfur production. Much of the oil and sulfer in Louisiana comes from offshore deposits. Louisiana also produces large crops of sweet potatoes, rice, sugar cane, pecans, soybeans, corn, and cotton. Leading manufactured items include chemicals, processed food, petroleum and coal products, paper, lumber and wood products, transportation equipment, and apparel.

Louisiana is known as the "Sportsman's Paradise" as there are abundant opportunities for boating, fishing, hunting and camping. The state contains some of the largest state owned wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Louisiana is the winter home for several speciLouisiana Bayoues of migrating birds along with deer, ducks and millions of other water fowl. Many scenic and historic sites are accessible from the Great River Road, a system of parkways constructed by Louisiana and nine other states.

The natural beauty of the swamps and lands of South Louisiana are a treasure to behold.

The state has become a popular tourist destination New Orleans is the major draw, known particularly for its picturesque French Quarter and the annua Mardi Gras celebration, held since 1838.

Other major points of interest include the Superdome in New Orleans, historic plantation homes near Natchitoches and New Iberia, Cajun country in the Mississippi Delta Region, Chalmette National Historic Park, and the state capital at Baton Rouge.

 


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