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  1. Jan 1, 2021 · Louisiana's population increased 6 out of the 11 years between year 2010 and year 2021. Its largest annual population increase was 0.7% between 2010 and 2011. The state ’s largest decline was between 2020 and 2021 when the population dropped 0.6%. Between 2010 and 2021, the state grew by an average of 0.2% per year.

  2. Louisiana is among the top timber producers in the country. The vast majority of the state’s trees are softwoods (pines), harvested primarily for making wood pulp and plywood. Resources and power Petroleum resources are found in the southern and northwestern parts of the state; the main oil fields have been developed between Shreveport and Monroe.

  3. Louisiana County Map and Population List in Excel GENERAL INFO The US state Louisiana (LA) is the 25th largest state by population and 31st biggest state by area. Louisiana has 64 counties ranking it the 24th state with the most counties in USA. See below some basic information about the state: LOUISIANA COUNTY POPULATION DENSITY MAP

  4. Oct 8, 2021 · About 69 percent of the population 85 and over had at least one type of disability, compared with just 9 percent of the population under the age of 65. Key Highlights Demographic Characteristics: Those ages 65 to 74 were the largest among the three age groups, numbering 28.7 mil­lion or 58 percent of the 49.2 million older population.

  5. Mar 1, 2018 · Louisiana’s prison population peaked in 2012 at roughly 40,000, a fivefold increase since the late 1970s, growing much faster than the state’s overall population. 1 Between 2012 and 2015, statutory and administrative changes that expanded evidence-based correctional practices helped lower the number of prisoners by 9 percent while crime also …

  6. In its first national census, the young American republic not only counted its population; it racially classified it. 1 From 1790 to 1990, the nation’s demographic base changed from one decennial census to the next, and so too did the racial categories on offer.

  7. Louisiana Creole, French-based vernacular language that developed on the sugarcane plantations of what are now southwestern Louisiana (U.S.) and the Mississippi delta when those areas were French colonies. It had probably become relatively stabilized by the time of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, although it was later influenced by the creoles spoken by slaves brought to North America from ...

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