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The State of Louisiana is blessed with extremely fertile land, and if agriculture doesn’t interest you, then know that Louisiana has been home to the richest Americans because of the abundance of produce gotten from harvests . So productive are the lands of Louisiana, that even though Louisiana became a state on the 30th of April, 1812, it took just thirteen years down the line for the United States to start reaping enormous benefits from the newly admitted State, as the first oil field in America was discovered 400 feet below the lands of Louisiana .
Alongside her underground explorations, Louisiana also contributed to past explorations to journeys outside the atmosphere, by providing the C-5 boosters used when the crew of Apollo-11 decided to land on the moon . Their interest in flying is all but confirmed with their nickname ‘the Pelican State, ‘ a result of the droves of pelicans that live on the state’s golf coast .
The history of the State of Louisiana has been ridden with many controversial decisions. For example, the state was bought off The Napoleon Bonaparte, adding a landmass that increased the boundaries of the United States under President Thomas Jefferson by close to a 100% of her original size . In fact, the original territory of Louisiana that was purchased had to later be split into 13 other states . Before then, the territory had changed hands between the Spanish and the French, a flux that explains why the state has made use of close to 10 flags in the last 600 years . The current flag was adopted in 1912, it seems as if the flag designers waited some 100 years to make sure the state wouldn’t change hands again before he released the design so he doesn’t waste his time. And he was right to, since the State of Louisiana left the union in 1861, only to rejoin the union seven years later .
The fact that so many cultures have passed through, and still exist in Louisiana explain why there is no set language in the southeastern State. For that reason, there is no official language for the State of Louisiana, as the French, Spanish, Vietnamese and English tongues run rampant in the State. The State’s name is of French origin, birthed as a tribute to King Louis XIV, King of France in the mid-1600s by René-Robert Cavelier .
Louisiana is also blessed with humidity, holding position as one of the wettest states in the union, with an unrivaled productivity in terms of crayfish and shrimps to show for it . The capital building of the State is equally unrivalled in terms of height, standing above all others as the tallest State Building in all the United States of America . As expected of the first place where oil was discovered, the pelican state is one of the top oil producing states in America.
Few cities in the world can also boast that their geographical shapes look like the first letter of the state name, except, of course, Louisiana. The territory of Louisiana looks like a giant ‘L’ on the map . On that same map, a line cuts across to represent the Mississippi River that runs across the state and her borders. The Mississippi River also allowed the Baton Rouge of Louisiana to become a commercially relevant inland port  .
Lovers of music regard Louisiana as a sacred place, since the Théâtre de la Rue St. Pierre of New Orleans in Louisiana was the location of the very first opera performance that was ever documented . Additionally, Louisiana is recognized as where the smooth flow of Jazz was born .
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