The French generally had better relations with the Native Americans because they sought ___ rather than conquest.
Louisiana's ___ and cypress forests were cut down by northern logging companies from the 1880s to the early 20th Century.
Today much of Louisiana's forest products industry is based on ___ trees that are grown for pulp wood.
Sugar cane ___ developed in south Louisiana before cotton ___ developed in north Louisiana.
The ___ made large-scale production economically viable by reducing the need for laborers to remove seeds by hand.
The demand for ___-farming land brought white planters and their African-American slaves to Louisiana.
___ invented a method of forcing boiling water down a pipe into solid sulfur deposits. The liquified sulfur was then pumped to the surface.
Rice cultivation in antebellum Louisiana was mainly in the ___ of south Louisiana. Natural flooding irrigated the fields.
Mechanized farming made large-scale commercial ___ production possible in many areas of the state in the 20th Century.
___ became a more important crop for Louisiana in the last half of the 20th century as the production of traditional cash crops declined.
A soybean disease carried across the Gulf of Mexico by a ___ caused some damage to soybeans in recent years.
Louisiana's dependence on the ___ business made the collapse in the price during the 1980s especially painful.
___ is a growing industry for Louisiana. The low value of the American dollar makes the United States an attractive destination for Europeans and others from nations with strong currencies.
Hurricane Katrina damaged the tourism industry and required Louisiana to ___ that it remains a great destination.