He went to prison in the scandals of 1939.
He was sent to a psychiatric facility while serving as governor.
World War II
The war fought from 1939 to 1945.
Massive ___ maneuvers were held in Louisiana just before WWII. Many Louisianians fought in WWII.
It ended the Great Depression in central Louisiana in 1940.
He was elected governor in 1928.
What parish was Huey Long's original home?
New Orleans bankers
Which of the following was a frequent target of Huey Long?
Huey Long's highest earned degree.
Huey Long had this public building demolished and rebuilt in the image of the White House.
Share Our Wealth
Huey Long's socialist program was called...
The approximate number of Americans left homeless by disaster in 1927.
Huey Long had a new one built; it was the tallest building of its kind in the United States.
Huey Long's alleged assassin was...
Great Mississippi Flood
The disaster of 1927 is known as the...
The Anti-Longite politician elected governor in 1952; he brought mechanical voting machines to Louisiana.
Though illegal in Louisiana during his administration, Earl Long had them taxed.
The judge whose job was eliminated by Huey Long through gerrymandering; his son-in-law allegedly assassinated Huey Long.
His "Flying Tigers" fought in the skies over China during WWII.
A term that may refer to the Scandals of 1939 or the popular country music radio program in Shreveport.
After being rejected by the Grand Ole Opry, he became famous on the Louisiana Hayride.
A popular New Orleans performer in the 1950s. He "found his thrill on Blueberry Hill."
He died before taking his seat in the U. S. House of Representatives.
This organization set up tents during the 1927 disaster.
Huey Long provided this for the first time in Louisiana.
Huey Long's alleged assassin's profession.
A reformer; he broke the hold of the Long machine when he was elected as governor in 1940.
Huey Long's nickname was the...
Huey Long's high school career ended this way.
The craft built in Louisiana for use in the D-Day invasion.
Though illegal; Louisiana was known for these in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
The President of the United States while Huey Long served as a U.S. Senator; they were bitter rivals.
They attacked shipping near New Orleans during WWII.
Happy Hunting Grounds
The German nickname for the area near Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico during WWII.
Robert Penn Warren
He wrote a novel that paralleled the life of Huey Long titled "All the King's Men."
A famous bluesman; he spent time in Angola.
The station that aired The Louisiana Hayride radio program.
Earl Long's much younger girlfriend.
A segregationist leader and opponent of Earl Long.
An advocate for the separatin of the races, especially in schools.
A person that believes his or her race or group is superior to others.