Who founded Louisiana?
La Nouvelle-Orléans (New Orleans) was founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company, under the direction of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville.
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Louisiana State history began in 1528 when the area was settled by the Spanish from the mouth of the Mississippi River. The French explorer La Salle came later in 1682 and nam…ed the territory Louisiana after King Louis the 14 th . The French settlement of Natchitoches, established in 1714 is the oldest settlement in the State of Louisiana, founded primarily as a way to continue trade with the Spanish in Texas and keep the Spanish from making advances into the territory of Louisiana. The city of New Orleans history began in 1718 when it was founded by Frenchman Jean Baptiste Le Moyne as a port city for the transfer of goods coming into the Americas. It is named after the Duke of Orleans, Phillipe II, who was regent of France.
B cuzz they had nothing else better to do .!! . hahhhaha lol
Louisiana was admitted in 1812 and was the 18th state to join.
Oaks are only one type of tree found in Louisiana, but why should't you go up and go look for them yourself, huh. You LD or something. Oaks are not the only type so don't only… list that.
in forests or near lakes and brooks
small aquatic mammals
Sulfur mines can be found in Lake Pelto, Larose-Galliano, and Grand Isle offshore.
If CA entered the warrant into the interstate system, yes, it can be found by any law enforcement agency by simply running your name and DOB. If the warrant was 'local' in nat…ure and wasn't entereed interstate, probably not.
The eastern United States is primarily composed of marine deposits from the Paleozoic, meaning that most fossils are of fish, mollusks, and arthropods. Dinosaurs have only be…en found in four states east of the Great Plains: Alabama, Maryland, Missouri, and New Jersey.
Louisiana is not known for its diamond sources.
Louisiana-Pacific Corp. is in Portland, Oregon
Boudin and Etoufee. They are both very tasty minerals.