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List of Louisiana Extinct Parishes. Louisiana has parishes that no longer exist because they were discontinued, renamed or merged with another parish. A lot of these counties were established and disbanded within the 19th century; parish borders have changed very little since 1900. These are important for genealogy research purposes.
Languages in Louisiana • Jefferson Parish’s 48 languages and Orleans Parish’s 48 languages tied for the 164th highest number recorded in any county in the United States. Other Louisiana counties that were highly ranked included: East Baton Rouge Parish (t-174) and Caddo Parish (t-311). • Louisiana has the highest percentage of speakers of
See also: List of United States counties and county-equivalents Parishes of Louisiana; EC
There are 232 Dojo (Martial Arts School) in 64 Counties of Louisiana. Jefferson, East Baton Rouge, Orleans, Saint Tammany & Caddo are the top counties in Louisiana with highest number of Martial Arts Schools listed.
Mar 19, 2006 · Louisiana is the only state to call its counties parishes, a holdover from the Spanish religious divisions. Answer has 3 votes. Countys and Parishs are terms from Britain, a parish in most of Britain means the smallest unit of local government - a small group of villages or one small town normaly make up "A Parish", the term has religeous ...
Louisiana 2A Sanctuary Counties Map Update This map shows all of the counties in the state of Louisiana that have passed a resolution, ordinance, preservation act, or another form of declaration in...