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    Louisiana Resources and Information

    The capital of Louisiana is Baton Rouge and the largest city is New Orleans. With 51,843 square miles, Louisiana is the 31st biggest state, and the 22nd most populous with 4,468,976, as of the 2000 census. The major industries in Louisiana are agriculture, salt production, oil and natural gas and fishing, especially shellfish. If you are planning to move to Louisiana, you will find the following websites helpful. They have information on taxes, insurance, the business economy, as well as driving license requirements.

    The State of Louisiana Official Site
    The University of Louisiana
    Louisiana Department of Transportation
    Louisiana Motor Vehicle Division
    Auto Moving to Louisiana
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    Louisiana Information

    Louisiana State In The S Central United States. It Is Bounded By Mississippi, With The Mississippi R. Forming About Half Of The Border (E), The Gulf Of Mexico (S), Texas (W), And Arkansas (N).

    Louisiana Economy

    Louisiana's Climate (subtropical In The South And Temperate In The North) And Rich Alluvial Soil Make The State One Of The Nation's Leading Producers Of Sweet Potatoes, Rice, And Sugarcane. Other Major Commodities Are Soybeans, Cotton, Dairy Products, And Strawberries, Corn, Hay, Pecans, And Truck Vegetables Are Produced In Quantity. Fishing Is A Major Industry; Shrimp, Menhaden, And Oysters Are Principal Catches. Louisiana Is A Leading Fur-trapping State; Its Marshes (7,409 Sq Mi/19,189 Sq Km Of The State's Area Is Underwater) Supply Most Of The Country's Muskrat Furs. Pelts Are Also Obtained From Mink, Nutria, Coypus, Opossums, Otter, And Raccoon. The State Has Great Mineral Wealth. It Leads The Nation In The Production Of Salt And Sulfur, And It Ranks High In The Production Of Crude Petroleum (of Which Many Deposits Are Offshore), Natural Gas, And Natural-gas Liquids. Timber Is Plentiful; Forests Cover Almost 50% Of The Land Area. The State Rapidly Industrialized In The 1960s And 70s And Has Giant Oil Refineries, Petrochemical Plants, Foundries, And Lumber And Paper Mills. Other Industries Produce Foods, Transportation Equipment, And Electronic Equipment. Four Of The Ten Busiest U.S. Ports—New Orleans, South Louisiana, Baton Rouge, And Plaquemines—line The Lower Mississippi River. Tourism Is Increasingly Important To The State Economy; New Orleans Is The Major Attraction With Its History, Nightlife, And Old World Charm. The Largest City In Louisiana, It Is Especially Noted For Its Picturesque French Quarter, Which Has Many Celebrated Restaurants, And For The Mardi Gras—perhaps The Most Famous Festival In The United States—held Annually Since 1838.
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