a state in the southern US, on the Gulf of Mexico; population 4,410,796 (est. 2008); capital, Baton Rouge; statehood, Apr. 30, 1812 (18). It was sold by the French to the US as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.
She thinks, too, of the hardship Louisianans would face if clinics like hers were forced out of business.
In addition to seeking escape from economic exploitation, black Louisianians circumvented plantation owners' efforts to deny them education.
For me, as for most expatriate Louisianians , the holiday season means lots of quality time with my groundcar.
We'll report on the immense challenges facing Louisianans after the destruction of their courts and the dislocation of thousands of prisoners.
During and after the Civil War, many Louisianians won prominence as military leaders.