- A 10 feet (3.0 m) tall statue on a 6 feet (1.8 m) base in Covington, Louisiana reputed to be "the world's largest" of Reagan.
- Ronald Reagan Highway (US 190)
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... occurred on the Canadian side of Lake Erie in the 1900s and Caddo Lake in Louisiana in the 1910s ... zones along the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana ... m) of water, one mile (1.6 km) offshore of Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana ...
... Like other Southern states, the population of Louisiana is also made up of numerous Protestant denominations, comprising 60% of the state's adult ... Because Catholics constitute a majority of Louisiana's population, Catholics have continued to be influential in state politics ... and influence of the Catholic population makes Louisiana distinct among Southern states ...
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61 in Louisiana is four-laned from its southern terminus in New Orleans to the Mississippi state line, where the highway continues to Natchez as a four-lane highway ... Legend has it former Louisiana Gov ...
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Famous quotes containing the word louisiana:
“The recent attempt to secure a charter from the State of North Dakota for a lottery company, the pending effort to obtain from the State of Louisiana a renewal of the charter of the Louisiana State Lottery, and the establishment of one or more lottery companies at Mexican towns near our border, have served the good purpose of calling public attention to an evil of vast proportions.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)
“I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing,
All alone stood it and the moss hung down from the branches,
Without any companion it grew there uttering joyous leaves of dark
And its look, rude, unbending, lusty, made me think of myself,
But I wonderd how it could utter joyous leaves standing alone
there without its friend near, for I knew I could not,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)