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Louisiana lies ___ the Gulf of Mexico.
The Mississippi river ___ through Louisiana.
Louisiana, named after the French King Louis XIV, ___ given its name by the explorer La Salle, who traveled down the Mississippi river in 1682.
There are many bayous, or slow moving waterways in ___ state.
Louisiana's capital is Baton Rouge, and it ___ "red stick" in French.
The Creoles are French ___ descendants of early Spanish and French settlers.
The Cajun people came ___ the Mississippi river from Arcadia in Canada in 1755, and settled in Louisiana.
Today, the Cajun people ___ a distinct language and culture.
Cajun music and food are popular ___ the United States.
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Jazz music was created ___ Afro American people in New Orleans around the turn of the 20th century.
The Mardi Gras carnival, held in New Orleans, is one of the best-known annual ___ in the country.
Louisiana is the number one seafood ___ state in the nation.
Ante-bellum mansions, ___ by wealthy plantation owners before the Civil War, are popular tourist attractions today.
A large portion of New Orleans, ___ largest city, lies below sea level.
New Orleans ___ known as America's most European city.
No visit to New Orleans ___ be complete without a visit to the French Quarter.
There ___ many street musicians and entertainers in the French Quarter.
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