How Much Do You Know About Louisiana?

Louisiana is a state with great folks, great culture, and amazing food! Do you think you know all there is to know about this southern state? Take these 12 questions and put your Louisiana knowledge to the test!
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What year did the Louisiana Purchase take place?
1799
1803
1807
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How would one describe Northern Louisiana?
Urban and Catholic
Rural and Catholic
Rural and Protestant
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Which Louisiana governor once famously promised a "chicken in every pot?"
Huey Long
Edwin Edwards
Jimmy Davis
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What future American President commanded American troops at The Battle of New Orleans?
Ulysses S. Grant
Andrew Jackson
James Garfield
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What building, located in New Orleans, is the oldest apartment building in the United States?
Pontabla
Balfour House
St. Louis Apartments
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What is the name of the Louisiana plantation home considered to be America's most haunted house?
Magnolia Mound
The Myrtles
Nottoway
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Cajun people fled to Louisiana from where?
France
Britain
Canada
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What French settlers founded the city of New Orleans?
Le Sac and Orleans
Lewis and Clark
Iberville and Bienville
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What year did the World's Fair most recently come to New Orleans?
1986
1984
1972
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Who is the New Orleans airport named for?
Louis Armstrong
Ray Nagin
Jesse Jackson
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Which street in the Faubourg Marigny district is well-known for its live music venues?
Bourbon Street
Frenchman Street
St. Charles Avenue
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The French Quarter is commonly referred to as the Vieux Carre. What does the phrase "Vieux Carre" mean in English?
Old square
Old quarter
River town
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you are Louisiana lively! Okay, so there are some things about Louisiana that you find wholly mystifying. Fret not! With a little bit of research and time (maybe even a vacation!) you’ll come to know this state as well as the citizens that call it home!

C+, Louisiana Lively

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are Louisiana spry! This state holds a special place in your heart that few other areas could ever acquire. Not only do you know what makes Louisiana so remarkable, but you know all of the details that set this state apart from the rest. Give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a Louisiana ace! Are you secretly a Louisiana? We wouldn’t doubt it! You know things about this state that only a true resident would know. From small cultural details to special places, you clearly hold a special place for this state in your heart.

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1
What year did the Louisiana Purchase take place?
1799
1803
1807
2
How would one describe Northern Louisiana?
Urban and Catholic
Rural and Catholic
Rural and Protestant
3
Which Louisiana governor once famously promised a "chicken in every pot?"
Huey Long
Edwin Edwards
Jimmy Davis
4
What future American President commanded American troops at The Battle of New Orleans?
Ulysses S. Grant
Andrew Jackson
James Garfield
5
What building, located in New Orleans, is the oldest apartment building in the United States?
Pontabla
Balfour House
St. Louis Apartments
6
What is the name of the Louisiana plantation home considered to be America's most haunted house?
Magnolia Mound
The Myrtles
Nottoway
7
Cajun people fled to Louisiana from where?
France
Britain
Canada
8
What French settlers founded the city of New Orleans?
Le Sac and Orleans
Lewis and Clark
Iberville and Bienville
9
What year did the World's Fair most recently come to New Orleans?
1986
1984
1972
10
Who is the New Orleans airport named for?
Louis Armstrong
Ray Nagin
Jesse Jackson
11
Which street in the Faubourg Marigny district is well-known for its live music venues?
Bourbon Street
Frenchman Street
St. Charles Avenue
12
The French Quarter is commonly referred to as the Vieux Carre. What does the phrase "Vieux Carre" mean in English?
Old square
Old quarter
River town