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Row 1, Col 1 Louisiana was sold to the United States by this country What is France?
1,2 The Longest Bridge in the world 29 miles long What is the Causeway?
1,3 Governor of Louisiana who was known as the Kingfish Who was Huey P. Long?
1,4 Louisianas lowest point is located here What is New Orleans?
2,1 The first European to explore Louisiana. Who is Hernando de Soto?
2,2 This product was invented and still made on Avery Island. What is Tabasco Sauce?
2,3 This governor served 4 terms Who is Edwin Edwards?
2,4 This natural resource is mined from five islands in Louisiana, Avery, Weeks, Jefferson, Cote Blanche and Bell What is salt?
3,1 In 1682, this explorer claimed Louisiana for France Who was la Salle?
3,2 The musical instrument of Louisiana What is the Diatonic accordion?
3,3 The first governor of Louisiana Who is William Charles Cole Claiborne?
3,4 One-third of the state is made up of this, which we are rapidly losing. What are wetlands?
4,1 In 1853, the worst outbreak of this disease killed at least 7,849 people What is yellow fever?
4,2 Louisianas State Fossil What is the Petrified palmwood?
4,3 This governor was elected as a Democrat, but later switched to the Repulican Party Who is Buddy Roemer?
4,4 The highest point in Louisiana is Driskill Mountain. How tall is it? What is 535ft or 163m ?
5,1 This Shreveport native was the first American to win the international Tchaikovsky piano competition in the former Soviet Union Who is Van Cliburn
5,2 The first of the Tarzan films were filmed in this city. What is Morgan City?
5,3 First Woman to run for Governor in Louisiana Who is Lucille May Grace?
5,4 Many Lousiana towns and rivers have Native American names. This citys name means black leg or salt water What is Opelousas?
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