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...Louisiana Purchase is a landmark achievement both in politics and economics of the United s in the 1800s. The Mississippi River played a vital role in commerce at that time where the port of New Orleans was the connecting point of trade for ocean-sailing vessels. The country knew it was necessary to have access to these routes to be able to ship cargo and stimulate trade. The route was originally controlled by the Spaniards and the United States entered into the Pinckney Treaty with Spain effective for three years and signed in 1795. This gave the right of navigation and the merchants’ right of deposit in New Orleans. With the power of France and Napoleon Bonaparte continually rising, Spain... The...
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Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana was a territory in central United s that remained under the control of Europeans powers even after the United s gained its independent from the British. The territory was initially under the Spanish control before it came under the French control. The purchase of Louisiana was vital to the United States economic integration since it separated the western states from the eastern states. By the year 1803, France claimed 828, 000 square miles that formed the controversial Louisiana. To obtain the territory from the French, the US had to pay nearly 60 million francs, which is equivalent to $11,...
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Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana Purchase The Louisiana Purchase is one of the most memorable historical events inthe world. It involved the United States taking over Louisiana which was initially owned by France. In the beginning even before France had acquired the piece of land, it belonged to Spain. However, due to high inhibition by the French, it changed ownership and became part of the French territory and later again given back to Spain. Various recognizable events led to the Louisiana Purchase. One of the events was the disapproval of the American merchants to maneuver through the Mississippi river....
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Field_Trip_to_L_auberge_Casino_Resort Lake Charles, Louisiana
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...Louisiana on 3rd December 2012. The purpose of the trip was to explore the place and have a comprehensive insight into its systems, the way they are managed, its services, specialties, and offers. Since we are having a course of casino and gambling management, no place could be better than the Lauberge Casino Resort for the trip. When we reached there, the Vice President of the resort, Mr. Kirk Houser led us to a VIP room and the conventional hall. Mr. Kirk told us that the resort has several conventions and events. Mr. Kirk also showed us the hotel’s villia sweet room and explained us how the rooms are managed... 07 December Field Trip Report We visited the Lauberge Casino Resort, Lake Charles,...
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Adoption in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Adoption is a system where a certified person takes over the parenting role of another person, thus permanently transferring and assuming all the responsibilities and rights from the biological parents. Adoption is different from guardianship and foster care of the minors as it is designed to cause a permanent change. It therefore requires societal recognition, either religious or legal. In other words, adoption is taking a person into one’s family and raising them as one’s own child, through legal means. The adoption system allows the adopted children to have a lifetime emotional and legal connection with a family. Different states have different adoption regulations in the US... Adoption in...
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The Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 8 April The political and social events significantly influence the Louisiana Purchase. The research centers on the reasons for the French decision to sell the Louisiana property. The research includes the United States’ reason for purchasing the Louisiana property. The Louisiana Purchase benefitted all parties to the Louisiana Purchase. Michael Burgan (2002) emphasized the United States tried to use other sea ports for the export of goods outside the original United States territory and import products from countries in Europe and...
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Earl of Louisiana
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...Louisiana Earl Long, also known as Uncle Earl, was elected as thegovernor of Louisiana thrice. With effective and persuasive stump-speaking skills, he was one of the most lively and paradoxical office-bearers of Louisiana. His election as a governor three times is illustrative of his political acumen. In the book Earl of Louisiana, written by A.J. Liebling, Earl long is portrayed as a liberal racial and a strong advocate of racial integration. From the 1930s to the 1950s, there was a significant rise in the struggle for equal rights for African Americans, propelled by Earl’s activism. In the fight for justice and the Civil Rights... Jeffrey Madderra History 3071 Long May 6, A.J. Liebling, The Earl of...
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Louisiana Purchase Research Paper
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana was a territory in central United s that remained under the control of Europeans powers even after the United s gained its independent from the British. The territory was initially under the Spanish control before it came under the French control. The purchase of Louisiana was vital to the United States economic integration since it separated the western states from the eastern states. By the year 1803, France claimed 828, 000 square miles that formed the controversial Louisiana. To obtain the territory from the French, the US had to pay nearly 60 million francs, which is equivalent to $11,...
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Kennedy v. Louisiana
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...Louisiana Running Head: Kennedy v. Louisiana Kennedy v. Louisiana . Kennedy v. Louisiana 2 The Kennedy-Louisiana case, in whichthe accused Kennedy sentenced to death by the supreme court of America, has attracted much public interest because of the death sentence and the denial of crime by the accused. This paper briefly analyses the details of the case, issues involved, legal arguments and the law related to this case. Facts of the case Patrick O. Kennedy, a man from Louisiana, was sentenced to death after being convicted of raping his eight-year-old stepdaughter. The rape was so brutal that “an expert in paediatric forensic medicine testified that the injuries were the most severe he... Kennedy v....
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Louisiana Historical Sites
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...Louisiana and why you should visit them. The sites are listed below. Give a paragraph or two telling about the historical significance of visiting these sites.  1. Audubon State Historic Site  Located in St. Francisville, the Audubon State Historic Site is famous for having the Oakley House. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, this is where the artist John James Audubon came to spend four months in 1821. He was there to teach the estate’s owner’s daughter the rudiments of drawing. Not only does the site contain the Oakley house, but there are other buildings reminiscent of the colonial era – most notably the slave cabins at the estate... . What is more, the forest that...
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Brain Drain in Louisiana
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...Louisiana. The American Heritage Dictionary of English Language defines Brain Darin as "the loss of skilled intellectual and technicallabor, through the movement of such labor to a more favorable geographic, economic or professional environment" (Brain Drain). This definition expresses the form and substance of the term 'brain drain'. It is believed that this term found its position in the vocabulary of the world in the mid 1960s, during the massive movement of skilled and technical labor power from poor developing countries, notably India and parts of Africa to the more favorable European and American nations. Of grave concern, then, was the emigration of those with scarce... . It is...
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The Economy of Leesville Louisiana
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...Louisiana History: The of Leesville Louisiana, United s is the county seat of Vernon Parish which is too different from the hub-bubs city life. Leesville on State Highway 80 is located in the south-western province of Gonzales County. This city is the residence of Fort Polk U.S. Army. It was originally settled on the east bank of Castlemans Creek. And later it was named ONeill Creek after the name of Henry ONeill who reached here with his family in the year 1830. Initially the name of the town was Capote after the Capote Hills. A treadmill was set up in 1860 by Sylvester A. Hubbard for grinding corn and sawing lumber. The first commodity store was opened by Daniel brown... The Economy of Leesville,...
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Louisiana and the Civil War
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...Louisiana and the Civil War 21-04-12 Louisiana and the Civil War Introduction: The aftermath of the Civil War was disastrous and eleven s out of the union were waiting to be readmissioned. The War had smashed the economy of the South and had drained the sources required for repairing the inflicted damage. The land was dotted with white refuges wandering in search of food and bare necessities of life. On the other hand, countless Blacks who were at last free were either running with their masters or running away from their masters towards the lines of the Union. The rest of the four million individuals were busy testing their newly acquired freedom. 1 The...
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Foster Parenting and Foster Care in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Foster Parenting and Foster Care in Louisiana Foster parenting aims to help children who had to leave their family as a result of ‘abuse, neglect or sexual victimization’ (Department of Children and Family Services, Foster Parenting 2012). Foster care is a service established in order to offer support to children who need to leave their family for a particular period of time. This means that foster care is provided rather in short term; as long as the scheme is in progress, the birth parents are given appropriate support so that the child’s family environment to be improved, otherwise another permanent placement of the child has to be identified. Foster... Foster Parenting and Foster Care in...
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Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Introduction The Louisiana Purchase by Thomas Jefferson is one of the major occurrences that have completely changed the course of the world history. Despite the fact that reaching such a decision was definitely bound to cause misunderstandings and possible protests from some of the white settlers who considered the move unconstitutional and ill-intended, Thomas Jefferson was decisive in accomplishing the Louisiana Purchase, owing to the fact that without access to the territory, then, the lives of the people in the then United States of America would be difficult economically, since it was hard to use the land for the much needed commerce... and transportation (Burgan,...
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Hurricane Katrina Health Impact in Louisiana
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...LOUISIANA 31st, October, Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Health Impact of Contaminants Caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana 3 Background 3 Introduction 3 Statement of the Problem 3 Research Objectives 4 Importance of the Study 4 Research Hypothesis 5 Scope and Justification of the Study 5 Geographical Scope 6 Limitation of the Research 6 Literature Review 6 Methodology 8 Research Design 8 Target Population 9 Sampling Design 9 Data Collection 9 Data Analysis and Techniques 9 Data Analysis and Presentation 10 Summary and Conclusion 12 References 14 Health Impact of Contaminants Caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana Background Hurricane Katrina touched... ? HURRICANE KATRINA HEALTH IMPACT IN...
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Why the Louisiana Never Recoverd From The Civil War
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...Louisiana and the Civil War 21-04-12 Louisiana and the Civil War Introduction: The aftermath of the Civil War was disastrous and eleven states out of the union were waiting to be readmissioned. The War had smashed the economy of the South and had drained the sources required for repairing the inflicted damage. The land was dotted with white refuges wandering in search of food and bare necessities of life. On the other hand, countless Blacks who were at last free were either running with their masters or running away from their masters towards the lines of the Union. The rest of the four million individuals were busy testing their newly acquired freedom....
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Louisiana Purchase: the Most Important Acquisition of the US History
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...Louisiana Purchase: The Most Important Acquisition of the U.S. History In 1800, when Thomas Jefferson was voted for the presidency, the adjustment to Republican power implied a conversion in foreign policy from the commercial thinking and rigid realism of Alexander Hamilton to nationalistic boldness of Jefferson (Kennedy 2003). James Madison, Jefferson’s secretary of state, and the President himself took serious actions against any insults to the nation’s national pride and had faith in the capacity of the United States to preserve and protect itself. Jefferson and Madison, in power, aimed to enforce a utopian, rooted in a principled model of American ideas of morality, with the belief... ....
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The colonial history of Culture among African peoples in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Louisiana was in many ways a unique colony. It had a completely different cultural makeup from any of the other European colonies in North or South America, and changed hands between European powers more often and more frequently than any other. In less than 100 years, Louisiana was in the hands of the French, Spanish and Americans, and these quick transfers of power had an important part of making it a colony that was markedly different from all of the other ones in culture, both among African and European colonists. This cultural uniqueness continues to the modern day, with Louisiana, and New Orleans in particular, being... Prof’s # The Colonial History of Culture Among African Peoples in...
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The last year (1935) in the life of Huey P. Long (Louisiana Senator)
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...Louisiana. His eyes even turned toward the Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge. Soon he was campaigning actively for at least one candidate in every state campaign. He electioneered for John M. Parker in the Democratic gubernational primary of 1920. Long reminded voters of his services as railroad commissioner; he flooded them with circulars about his crusade against entrenched wealth and the insidious New Orleans political ring. At crossroads and creek forks in the northern parishes, Long lauded Parker's stand in favor... The Last Year (1935) in the Life of Huey P. Long [The of the appears here] [The of appears here] Commissioner Long worked tirelessly to make himself political chieftain of North...
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Louisiana Law on Leases: Conflict of Interest between Tenant and Owner in an Act of Sale
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...Louisiana Law on Leases: Conflict of Interest between Tenant and Owner in an Act of Sale Donna G. Turner Kaplan Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing: LS502-01 Professor Mary White August 3, 2012 MEMORANDUM TO: Professor Mary White FROM: Donna Turner DATE: August 3, 2012 RE: Louisiana Law on Leases: Conflict of Interest between Tenant and Owner in an Act of Sale Issue/Question Presented Under Louisiana state law, if a tenant has properly executed 12 month rental lease/contract, and the tenant is not in violation of the terms of the lease, and the owner of the home decides to put the house on the market, and the sale is ready to go to Act of Sale within that lease... Legal Memorandum Draft...
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Impact of implementation of performance based funding on Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Background Education is the basic need for the young ones to learn about the society and the civilization. In fact in view of the online learning and adult education facilities, education has come very much within the reach of all sections of the society. It is indeed considered a fundamental human right, as has been set forth as an important element in the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Human Rights Covenants, which have the force of international laws. Therefore, it is quite obvious... Research Proposal Topic What impact the policy of implementation of "performance based funding' will have on Historically Black Colleges and Universities in...
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Research Plan: Under Louisiana state law for issue described below, do the renters have a right to stay in the house until the lease is up If not, what remedies or damages are available to the renter
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...Louisiana Law on Lease: Conflict of Interest between Tenant and Owner in an act of sale Topic: Under Louisiana state law, if a tenant has a properly executed 12 month rental lease/contract, and the tenant is not in violation of the terms of the lease, and the owner of the home decides to put the house on the market, and the sale is ready to go to Act of Sale within that lease period. Do the renters have a right to stay in the house until the lease is up? If not, what remedies or damages are available to the renter? Introduction In answering the case, let us define first some key element of lease contract. Under the Louisiana Landlord and...
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Current laws and policies in the state of Louisiana are leading to strict tobacco free policies on state university and college campuses. These rules and regulations being put into effect all over the state mean that campuses are becoming not just smoke
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...Louisiana attained the state of being smoke-free. This resulted from statewide law on restoration of local control in smoking. The law permitted the local government to impose communal protection on other areas like bars, which are not inclusive in the state law hence signifying a victory in the fight for a conducive environment in support of public health. Campuses in the state of Louisiana are also in the ongoing tobacco-free policies enactment (Boyle 78). In this respect, the act of 211 is now a law, which puts Louisiana on the fourth position in mandating the presence... Supervisor’s due: Promoting smoke-free policies in campuses and colleges In the year 2007, most restaurants and workplaces in...
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The Culture of Kate Chopin in the South
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...Louisiana, a southern state in the United States of America. She is famed for her eloquence in writing stories that were well received by several people across the world. Having lived in Louisiana, she put into the paper her observations and feelings about the cultures and the general lifestyles of the people in Louisiana. In the 1890s, a few years before her demise, she was well known among the American people, even though it is been quite a long period of time since Kate passed her stories are still used today... The culture of Kate Chopin in the South Introduction One thing comes to mind when the Kate Chopin is mentioned, her association with the culture of the south. Kate Chopin was born in...
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Health Care Reform Compare and Contrast
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...Louisiana, we find that the percentage of residents that currently have health insurance coverage within Tennessee is below the national average. Statistics claims that 86 percent of the citizens in Tennessee have insurance. However, the number has been decreasing for the past twenty years which mean that about 14 percent of the citizens in Tennessee remain unprotected. Employers who offer health insurance to their employees are good with a 54.7 percent who specifically offer health insurance plans to their employees. This percentage has been recorded steadily to increase which is expected to include more citizens in the health insurance policy which is expected to include...
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Plessy vs fersgeson
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...Louisiana Court to challenge... the unconstitutionality of ‘separate but equal’ doctrine that allowed racial segregation in public facilities in Louisiana. This followed the arrest of Plessy Homer who despite being a black used a white designated car. In his ruling, Judge John Howard held that Louisiana Stage was justified to enforce such discriminatory laws. The ruling was upheld by the Supreme Court of Louisiana and Supreme Court of US. By arguing in favor of ‘separate but equal,’ this ruling endorsed racial segregation in USA. On the other hand, Brown v. Board of Education was filed by Brown Oliver et al to advocate for the revocation of...
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Trends
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...Louisiana, and warned the American government that he will block America’s access to the valuable ports of New Orleans and Mississippi River. This proved to be a great hazard for the President Jefferson, and he went as far as signing an anti-French alliance with Britain. Along with this, various diplomats were sent to France to discuss the blockage of the ports, and the British government was also asked for help to work out other options. The chief... Trends Trends Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United s of America, mostly focused on expansion of the American territory and access to international markets. But his aims were interrupted when French leader, Napoleon Bonaparte, took control of...
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ASSIGN2_SMT
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...Louisiana. But since 1930’s it has lost over 2,000 square miles of land primarily because of humid interventions. 2. 6000 years ago most of Southeast Louisiana did not exist. About 4,600 years ago glaciers left from ice age were still melting, increasing the sea level across the globe. 3. Mississippi river changed its direction towards New Orleans and Pine Island approached west toward the Mississippi river. 4,000 years ago, the Mississippi river nearly connected with Pine Island and closed up the Pontchartrain Bay. 4. Most maps of Louisiana are deceptive because they still depict 1930’s... ASSIGN2_SMT and Section # of ASSIGN2_SMT Part 1. It took Mississippi river over 7,000 years to build Southeast...
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Arguing the Constitution: Questions of Equality
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...Louisiana that stopped blacks from using the same accommodations on railroads as whites, even the cars had to be separate. A group of concerned people in New Orleans formed an association to repeal the law. Ultimately, Homer Plessy agreed to challenge the law. He was of one-eight African American descent and seven-eights Caucasian descent. When he boarded the train and sat in the white section he was asked to move to the black section. He refused and they arrested him. He objected that the Louisiana law was in violation of the constitution but they refused to release him. After conviction he had to pay a $25 fine. When Plessy's case went to the U.S. Supreme Court... Arguing the Constitution: Questions...
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Arguing the Constitution: Questions of Equality
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...Louisiana that stopped blacks from using the same accommodations on railroads as whites, even the cars had to be separate. A group of concerned people in New Orleans formed an association to repeal the law. Ultimately, Homer Plessy agreed to challenge the law. He was of one-eight African American descent and seven-eights Caucasian descent. When he boarded the train and sat in the white section he was asked to move to the black section. He refused and they arrested him. He objected that the Louisiana law was in violation of the constitution but they refused to release him. After conviction he had to pay a $25 fine. When Plessy’s case went to the U.S. Supreme Court... Arguing the Constitution:...
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Arson
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...Louisiana State Statue The current Louisiana state statue recognizes arson in different forms and they include aggravated arsons, simple arson, arson with an intention of committing a fraud, making false communication to parties with an intention of perpetrating arson, obstructing efforts of those putting out a fire, creating and owning explosive devices, starting fire on other properties owned by other individuals and neglecting to put it out, starting intentional a fire on lands owned by individuals and all other related offences which directly relates to the acts mentioned above, support the acts or try to conceal the acts. The main purposes of the statue are to prevent... ARSON Arson in Historical...
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The Colonial southeast
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...Louisiana Louisiana is a country situated in the United States and in particular the southern region of the continent. Some of the urban surroundings in this state have a multilingual and multicultural heritage that arose from the strong influence by an admixture of the 18th century Spanish, African, French and Native American (Indian) cultures (Usner 5). This article will discuss the diplomatic history of Louisiana and this golf south from 1783 to 1821. This paper will also contain details on certain issues, negotiations and treaties concerning Spain, United States, Great Britain and France. There are three main prehistoric periods correlated... The Colonial southeast Question A Diplomatic History of...
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900 women
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...Louisiana Correctional Institute located in the swamps of southern Louisiana in St. Gabriel. It was originally built to house women prisoners, whose number surpassed the limit of 900 with passing years. The film shows the life stories of some of these women prisoners, who share their stories in the unrepresentatively passive atmosphere of the jail. They are daughters, mothers, and grandmothers. The oldest woman in the prison is Mary, 68, who is sentenced for the murder of two persons. Adine Rayford, 24, has delivered her child in a hospital and had to leave him there to come back to the prison. Heather Zerangue has to attend... Your full March 14, 900 Women 900 Women is a film by Laleh Khadivi shows The...
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Hurricane Katrina in Louusianas economy was there a peak/ boom , contaction, depresion/recession. before and after the hurric
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...Louisiana causing it to go through a recession. One such industry to be impacted negatively is the insurance market. Even years after the event, home insurance rates have remained high, making it impossible for many homeowners to get proper coverage (Cutts 2010). Even though, the market is gradually stabilizing and the number of private insurance companies has increased, the competition is stopping them from offering better policies and prices (Cutts 2010). Programs have been put into place to protect the consumers and improve... ?Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Katrina was no doubt a disastrous event, destroying both homes and lives. Even after its passing, the hurricane has affected the economy of...
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Hurricane Katrina in Louusianas economy was there a peak/ boom , contaction, depresion/recession. before and after the hurricane did any business expand or recover how was the business fluctuation before an after the hurricane
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...Louisiana causing it to go through a recession. One such industry to be impacted negatively is the insurance market. Even years after the event, home insurance rates have remained high, making it impossible for many homeowners to get proper coverage (Cutts 2010). Even though, the market is gradually stabilizing and the number of private insurance companies has increased, the competition is stopping them from offering better policies and prices (Cutts 2010). Programs have been put into place to protect the consumers and improve... the market rates. However, the quality of insurance companies in Louisiana has decreased and hasn’t picked up much since the hurricane. The mostly...
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Cancer Alley
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...Louisiana. According to Gale (2006), “in 2002 Louisiana had the second-highest death rate from cancer... ? Cancer Alley Cancer Alley When one uses navigation to search for ‘research that demonstrates higher rates of cancer in Cancer Alley’ the Google engine would generate more than 636,000 results that attest to its magnanimity in interest. The higher rates of cancer were reported to occur within the 85-mile industrial corridor that stretches from Baton Rouge to New Orleans and is indicated to be home to a quarter of the United States' petrochemical production. The essay hereby aims to determine the validity of the claim that research demonstrates higher rates of cancer in the stipulated area in...
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Louisanna State Board of Nursing Practice Act
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...Louisiana board of Nursing Act Louisiana board of Nursing Act Introduction The Louisiana board of Nursing Act creates a guideline for individuals in the nursing practice, with the primary focus on individuals practising in Louisiana. The act first gives an illustration of the roles of the board and defines different roles that exist in the nursing field. There are also several sections in the act that focus on the nursing board and the necessary qualifications of the potential members. In addition, the act states the process involved in the appointing of board members and the duties that each member must fulfil. Other...
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Pikes capture by the Spanish 19th century ( colorado history )
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...Louisiana Purchase of the state under the presidency of Thomas Jefferson inn 1806 (20). His team was a follow-up of the successful expedition of Lewis and Clark in the northwest part of the present day Oregon (Lawson, Cerveny, and Mock par. 2). Pike’s errors while traversing to find the Red River made him discovered the strengths and weaknesses of the Spanish military, as well as the Spanish dwellers in the area who claimed... Zebulon Pike’s Capture Lieutenant Zebulon Pike’s capture in the hands of the Spaniards in the 18th century contributed significantly in the history of the modern day Colorado. According to Ubbelohde, Benson, and Smith, the U.S. Army gave him his first opportunity to explore the...
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Thomas Jefferson Essay
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...Louisiana During the early 1800s, Spain decided to cede the Louisiana Territory to France. When Jefferson learned of this incident, he instructed his cabinet for the negotiation to purchase this deal from France. The Constitution is silent about any purchase of territory... Unit 8 Project Thomas Jefferson: "The Quintessential Conflicted American" The Founding Fathers History Travis Fields Kaplan Introduction Thomas Jefferson is well-known for penning The Declaration of Independence. In the said document, Americans praise the ideal "That all men are equal" and "endowed by our Creatorwith Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness." Sadly, he owned a great number of slaves. In effect, at least at the subc...
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Thomas Jefferon - Time as President ONLY
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...Louisiana Pact from France in 1803. In domestic affairs Jefferson tried to weaken Federalist influences, especially in the judiciary, and succeeded in limiting... 4 November The Presidential Term of Thomas Jefferson Introduction: Thomas Jefferson has been renowned as one of the greatest Presidents ofthe United States of America. He was the third President of the United States and served the country with the honour of his Presidency from 1801-1809. Thomas Jefferson formed the Democrat-Republican party and was elected as the third President of the United States from that party. He made significant contributions in the country of United by means of his Presidency. “Thomas Jefferson -- author of the...
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Cajun French Language
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...Louisiana. Louisiana at that time was under the control of the Spaniards via the Treaty of Paris of 1763, which dispossessed the French of its southern American possessions. The Catholic Acadians were warmly welcomed by the Spaniards who allowed them to settle in the region that was later named as Nouvelle Acadie, where they were formally known as Cajuns. The 4000 or so reinforced Acadians quickly adapted to the new subtropical environment, used the Mississippi River as means of navigation and established their culture... 1 CAJUN FRENCH: ENDANGERED LANGUAGE Introduction: Dead Languages, Extinct Languages, Endangered Languages What do Latin, Sanskrit, Coptic and Hebrew have in...
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Amendment One
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...Louisiana resident, Homer Plessy (American Government 9:359), was convicted of the segregation statute violation of the state of Louisiana. The Supreme Court seconded the conviction, stating that racial segregation was not discriminatory, as par the Louisiana state statute. An 8-1 majority of the Court confirmed that for "public good", (American Government 9:359) racial segregation was not a violation of non-discrimination in the pertinent state. This was one incident where the Amendment was misrepresented and the case... Harris Kamran Government and Politics 31 January 2008 Amendment One: Synopsis America has always been, and ...
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Dutchtown High School
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...Louisiana has an enrollment of 703,309 students while the attendance rate for the year 2010... ?Running head: DUTCHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Dutchtown High School 10th, May, Dutchtown High School Introduction Dutchtown HighSchool is a public school that was started back in 2002 as an unincorporated area of Ascension. The school is located within the Ascension Parish school board. Alongside the school, several other schools were started in the area by the same organization. These are Dutchtown Middle School and Prairieville Middle School. However, the school is constructed on the old architectural design. The school is located across the highway at the now Dutchtown middle school. There are a number of classes...
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Dutchtown High School
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...Louisiana has an enrollment of 703,309 students while the attendance rate for the year 2010-2011 was 94.8% (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012). However, the in-school suspension rate... Introduction Dutchtown High School is a public school that was started back in 2002 as an unincorporated area of Ascension. The school is located within the Ascension Parish school board. Alongside the school, several other schools were started in the area by the same organization. These are Dutchtown Middle School and Prairieville Middle School. However, the school is constructed on the old architectural design. The school is located across the highway at the now Dutchtown middle school. There are a number of classes that are...
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Sex Offenders' Registration
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...Louisiana passed its first law with a man to register individuals convicted of sex offenses in 1992. The enactment of the Wetterlin87g Act in 1994 provided guidelines that all states were encouraged to follow in sex offenders registration programs. The regulations require that any person who has been convicted or who has been charged in a court law any a case of sexual offences is under obligation to register and notify authorities. In the initial registration a sexual offender has to register with the sheriff of the town. It is also a requirement that sex offenders from other states notify the Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification when they move... Sex Offenders’ Regulations The legislature of...
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The Impact of Westward Expansion during Jefferson's Presidency on Native Americans, African Americans, and on American
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...Louisiana Purchase, one of the American Naval battles, and the Embargo Act of 18071. The greatest achievement of Jefferson in his first term as president was the purchase of the Louisiana Territory in 1803 from France. The Louisiana Purchase was one of the leading... ? HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Impact of westward expansion during Jefferson’s presidencyThomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States and served as the president from 1801 to 1809. He was the first president in United States to be inaugurated in Washington D.C. after moving the capital from Philadelphia in 1800. During the period of his presidency, he oversaw the largest westward expansion of land, the Barbary Wars, the...
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Comparative Study of State and Local Governments
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...Louisiana state government Louisiana state government is the only state that has adopted governing by use of parishes. Parishes are political subdivisions in the local government, which replace work done by counties. They are grade in terms of population and area. East Banton establishes the largest population while Cameron parish comes first in land area size. The state also records a high proficiency of multicultural and multilingual heritage... ? Comparative Study of and Local Governments Comparative Study of and Local Governments Introduction In the American democracy, different states have different and exclusive ways of conducting and running daily businesses. This occurs due to differences in...
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The Adams-Onis Treaty
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...Louisiana Purchase covered the source of the Sabine River, the west and south banks, and the direct link to the north of the Red River4. The Adams-Onion treaty was terminated in 1903 following the introduction of a new treaty in 1902. Some of the key elements in the Adams–Onis Treaty included the idea of the United States acquiring Florida, as well as the idea of establishing a boundary between the territory of the United States and Spain. Notably... ?The Adams-Onis Treaty The Adams -Onis Treaty is an agreement whose comes from the two key figures; John Quincy Adams and Louis de Onis. Adams served as the Secretary of the United States of America while Louis served as the U.S’ Spanish Minister. The Adams...
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JUST FOR FUN - Utah Drivers
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...Louisiana was on the top of the list for ‘worst drivers in the US’. Louisiana have been the number one... Number] Just for Fun – Utah Drivers Worst Drivers by This article talks about the worst drivers in the different states categorizing them by the failure to pay attention, careless driving, failure to obey, and the ticket rates. The states that have the worst drivers do not mean that they are dangerous, but it also means that those states higher car insurance rates. The results were based on five categories which include the fatalities rate, the failure to obey, the drunken driving, tickets, and careless driving. These factors collectively contribute to the worst drivers in each state. Louisiana was ...
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