Where is marksville Louisiana?
Marksville, Louisiana is located in Avoyelles Parish. It is in the central part of the state, and about an hour and a half northwest of Baton Rouge.
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the greatest bargin in the united states history which wasnt consitiutional puchase by President Thomas Jefferson 10 million upfront and 5cent per acre which included interst from France of the important port of new Orleans which double the territory of the united states.
It's named the Pelican State because that bird is very common. It'salso the state bird.
Why, Louisiana is notorious for purchasing the top 40 recording artists from the 1960s to 1980s, especially the Rock 'n Roll Artists who were later inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. Lady Ga Ga oversaw the ceremony for the purchase, and she ended up purchased as well ! It was a historical …event for rock and roll, which had only limited popularity in Louisiana prior to this purchase. During part of the ceremony, many surviving rock 'n rollers played their CD compilations over loud speakers; they were too hoarse to perform because they had just performed from Woodstock. Note: If you wanted to know about the Louisiana Purchase and Thomas Jefferson, please see related links. ( Full Answer )
Louisiana is a southeastern state in the USA. It is between Texas, Arkansas , Mississippi and the Gulf of Mexico .
Yes, but not often. Last time it snowed in Louisiana was Thursday, December 11, 2008. And then again almost 1 year later Friday, December 4, 2009.
Louisiana is located in the southern United States. It is to theeast of Texas, to the south of Arkansas, and to the west ofMississippi. It is along the Gulf of Mexico.
Louisiana was named for King Louis XIV of France. In 1682, the French explorer Sieur de La Salle sailed from the OhioRiver to the mouth of the Mississippi River, and claimed the entireriver valley for France. He named the territory La Louisiane ("Land of Louis").
Zachary Taylor,as an army officer, was stationed in Louisiana for a few years and kept a house there for awhile. He did not hold any public offices there.
Harvey is in the New Orleans Metro area, on the West Bank of the Mississippi River.
Most of the French colonizing Louisiana were Catholic, and when they were founding Louisiana they named the "counties" parishes instead, after the Catholic religion. If you attend a Catholic church, you may hear the priest refer to to "our parish." Louisiana Parishes: . Acadia . Allen . Asce…nsion . Assumption . Avoyelles . Beauregard . Bienville . Bossier . Caddo . Calcasieu . Caldwell . Cameron . Catahoula . Claiborne . Concordia . De Soto . East Baton Rouge . East Carroll . East Feliciana . Evangeline . Franklin . Grant . Iberia . Iberville . Jackson . Jefferson . Jefferson Davis . La Salle . Lafayette . Lafourche . Lincoln . Livingston . Madison . Morehouse . Natchitoches . Orleans . Ouachita . Plaquemines . Pointe Coupee . Rapides . Red River . Richland . Sabine . St Bernard . St Charles . St Helena . St James . St John the Baptist . St Landry . St Martin . St Mary . St Tammany . Tangipahoa . Tensas . Terrebonne . Union . Vermilion . Vernon . Washington . Webster . West Baton Rouge . West Carroll . West Feliciana . Winn . ( Full Answer )
After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the part of the Louisiana Purchase that would eventually become the State of Louisiana was organized into the Territory of Orleans. The Territory of Louisiana was the other part of the Louisiana purchase that became the State of Arkansas and everything North …of that. (The land north of Lake Ponchartrain and east of the Mississippi River was known as "West Florida" and was owned at the time by Great Britain.) ( Full Answer )
It is a state within the United States of America. The 18th state of the union, which resembles the shapes of a boot. It originally was purchased in 1803 from France as part of a large land acquisition called the Louisiana Purchase. The territory doubled the size of the United States and the study o…f the new land prompted the Journey of Discovery by Lewis and Clark in 1804-06. Today, the Southern state's French culture is still evident -- from its legal system to blend of food that incorporates other cultures. It's largest city is New Orleans on the Gulf of Mexico. ( Full Answer )
It is the 31 st largest US State with a total area of 51,885 square miles.
Louisiana was sold by Napoleon to the US for15 million dollars in 1803. See "Louisiana purchase."
It ranges from 8 feet below to 535 above with an average elevation of 98 feet above sea level.
It was named in honor of King Louis XIV of France. and his wife named Ana
a lot of things like the battle of New Orleans one of the most important battles in the war of 1812 pirates invaded and its home to many festivals and events (there are more than 75 just in the city of Louisiana)
Yes. Louisiana has tornadoes. Tornadoes can happen anywhere in theUnited States. Although, tornadoes are more common in TornadoAlley. In number of recorded tornadoes, Louisiana ranks 12th amongthe states.
Mardi Gras . Cajuns . Creoles . Pelicans . Bayous . Hurricane Katrina . Huey Long . Dirty Rice . Jambalaya . Crawfish pie . Filet gumbo . Battle of New Orleans
Mild, humidm subtropical, and it rains a lot. Temperatures below 20 0 F are common in the northern part of the state and summer high temperatures often reach 105 0 F. Tropical cyclones and hurricanes are serious risks and the state averages about 60 thunderstorm a year. Snow is limited to about th…ree times each year. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Louisiana includes the last 300 miles of the Mississippi River, and stretches from Texas to Mississippi and Alabama on the northern Gulf of Mexico.
The Louisiana Purchase is about the Louisiana territory being bought by Thomas Jefferson from the French witch was thought of being unconstitutional
Actually Louisiana does have Driskill Mountain which is more of ahill. The elevation is 535 feet so it is not a mountain.
the motto for the state of Louisiana is union, justice, confidence.It is not known the exact origin of this motto. it is recognized inthe official pledge of allegiance to Louisiana which was adopted in1981. Some believe that prominent governor 'head' of the statebelieved these to be the most importa…nt terms of entering intostatehood. ( Full Answer )
There is one main problem with emancipated minor laws. I know this from the heart, by the way, emancipated minor status is something I once desperately wished to achieve--and did. The biggest problem with United States emancipation laws is that virtually all of them require written consent of at lea…st one parent. If you can get that, you are home free. Or "Do not pass Go, Get out of Home Free." But that is so very hard to get. Usually, I would think, if one can get one's parents consent to emancipate him or her, one would not need that consent in the first place. The parents are either too nice or do not care enough about the child's presence in the home to worry whether or not the child is there. You can sometimes get around the parental consent business by marriage, which is what I did, and also what was done by my ex-husband. As I have said before, the "ex" in front of the word "husband" says more than I can say in many words here. None of this was a good idea for either of us--and we came from houses where, at least in part, one might suspect it would be. My best advice is to be careful. A: By turning 18, get married, join the military or get emancipation by the court. A: Marry a cousband, brosband or bruncle. ( Full Answer )
Louisiana was first claimed by the French. During the Seven Years' War between the French and the British, Louisiana was traded over from France to their ally, Spain, so the British would not acquire the territory if they won, which they did. After the Seven Years' War, France was basically booted o…ut of the North American mainland by the British. The territory remained Spanish until Napoleon came to power, in which France then took the territory back in hopes of building an empire in North America. However, as time went by they saw that this wouldn't happen. France had hoped to use this land with their slave company in Haiti, in which the slaves would produce crops such as sugar or tobacco. Haiti's revolts ruined this plan and the French were stuck with a useless chunk of land. Here's where the US comes in. The US had its eyes on New Orleans, the major French trading post in Louisiana, which is still present today. The US went to France to purchase New Orleans and its surrounding land. France agreed but threw in a little bonus: the whole territory of Louisiana. The US agreed and paid a total of $11,250,000. The unintended purchase of Louisiana really kicked off the Manifest Destiny idea as well. ( Full Answer )
There is no president of a state. The President of the US is over all 50 states. A governor is the head of a state. Louisiana has never been an independent country and has never had its own president or king or emperor. Before it belonged to the United States it was ruled by Spain and France at diff…erent times. ( Full Answer )
1. the myrtles haunted plantation St.Francesville,LA(beautiful) 2. dixie landing amusement park/ blue bayou water park baton rouge, LA(fun, but summer only) 3. new orleans, LA(shop,bars,fun galore) 4. rayne,LA,the frog capital of the world (my home town which also has the only graveyard in the world… that faces north-south it's even in ripley's) ( Full Answer )
Yes Louisiana is very wet it gets the average of 62.7 inches of rainfall per year!!
cotton,rice,trees for lumber,sugar cane,craw fish (no im not kidding ) soy beans,corn an the list goes on....
The louisiana purchuse was in 1803 when Thomas Jefferson was doubling the size of the acknowledge territory of the U.S.
Zachary Taylor made Louisiana his permanent residence and owned property there. He never ran for public office there.
we obtained it from Napoleon, of France, and it more than doubled the size of the United States.
yes the Americans bought the Louisiana territory and it was called the "Louisiana purchase" Actually the Louisiana purchase almost doubled the size of the U.S. and it included Louisiana, Colorado, a little chunk of Texas, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas, Minnesota, Monta…na, Wyoming, New Mexico, Iowa, the West part of Florida, and Missouri. ( Full Answer )
States don't have colors, if you are asking whether poltically itis a Red or Blue State, Louisiana, like much of the South isconservative and tends to vote Republican.
Not entirely. The Louisiana Purchase included a huge swath of land west of the Mississippi River -- the Louisiana Territory (French Le Louisiane ) was nearly as large as the existing United States, including all or part of 13 current US states. The intent of the Purchase was to acquire the port of… New Orleans. Napoleon, unable or unwilling to maintain control of New France, offered to sell the entirety of the remaining French claims in North America. ( Full Answer )
A territory of the western United States extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains between the Gulf of Mexico and the Canadian border.
The French moved to Louisiana in the eighteenth century. When the Acadians settled in they made the french move
All of the usual holidays. Christmas, Easter, Valentines day, Fourth of July, etc. The only other one is Mardi Gras. Its crazy in New Orleans but we celebrate it everywhere else.
The fleur-de-lis is widely used in Louisiana, one reason being that it is the symbol of the New Orleans Saints NFL football team. . Anything in the Mardi Gras colors--purple, green, and gold--is often connected to Louisiana. . Phrases in French, such as laissez les bon temps rouler (let the goo…d times roll,) and c'est la vie (that's life,) are used in everyday conversation in Louisiana. . Also, the brown pelican is the state bird, the magnolia is the state flower, the bald cypress is the state tree, and the state colors are blue, white, and gold. "You Are My Sunshine" is one of the state songs. ( Full Answer )
In the South Central region, next to Texas and below Arkansas, it is right near the Gulf of Mexico.
lousiana lifestyle is different for all people that live ther different things they do and do you have a time to consintrate on?Well if you dont know get of you BUTT and look it up READ,RESEARCH or something like that and hopefully you dont sit on your BUTT all day
The state's coroners are members of the judicial branch. In each parish a coroner is elected for a term of four years. Coroners must generally be licensed doctors
The main products are sugar cane , sweet potato , rice , cotton , and pecans.
I was injured and debating on whether or not to go play golf, then i remembered it wasen't a sport. Posted by Mitch hippy
Lewis and Clark explored the area acquired by the Louisiana purchase. They did this under the request of Thomas Jefferson. The goal of the exploration was to explore the area that the US had purchased, looking for resources and other things of interest to the country.
Reservations for hotels in Marksville, Louisiana can be made direct on -line. Also via telephone or email. Someone could also choose making reservations via a travel-agency.
The address of the Bordelon Home Society Hypolite is: Po Box 767, Marksville, LA 71351-0767
The address of the Avoyelles Parish Library is: 101 North Washington Street, Marksville, 71351 2496
First accused of soliciting a prostitute by a New Orleans newspaperin 2002, David Bruce Vitter (in 2007) admitted to and apologizedfor his prior involvement with a Washington, D.C. escort service.