What did the Black Codes of Opelousas in Source 2 do? Select the two answers that are correct.
They encouraged freed slaves to buy homes in town.
They It forced African Americans to live outside the town.
They It outlawed African Americans owning stores.
They It made sure African Americans had white employees.
They It made sure everyone went to bed by 10 PM.
According to Source 3, cotton is grown
only in Northern Louisiana.
only on the coast.
only along the Mississippi and Red Rivers.
throughout the state.
The people shown in Source 1 are attending a public meeting about a government plan. They are definitely (Select the two answers that are correct.)
engaging in public protest.
participating in local government.
learning about an issue.
starting a movement.
Use Source 3 to answer the question below.
Who acts as an executive within Calcasieu Parish?
the Parish mayor
the Parish manager
the Parish president
the police jury president
According to Source 3, why was it difficult for d’Iberville to find the mouth of the Mississippi?
The French had not explored the Mississippi River before.
d’Iberville had a faulty, incomplete map of the region.
The Mississippi delta is a maze of islets, sandbanks, and reefs.
d’Iberville company found the area guarded by Native Americans.
The poor situation of the military was the result of the foreign policy of
putting America First.
Use Source 3 to answer the next question. What percentage of the total wetlands in our country has Louisiana lost?
Why did Long say in Source 2 that President Roosevelt followed in his tracks?
He was planning on running against Roosevelt for President, and he wanted to make it seem like many of Roosevelt’s ideas had originated with him.
He was used to attacking everyone, so attacking even someone as popular as Roosevelt didn’t seem like a bad idea.
Roosevelt had long been claiming that Long had borrowed from his ideas, and Long wanted to set the record straight.
He wanted to make it clear to voters everywhere that he approved of every policy with which Roosevelt had ever come up with.
To refine sugar, slaves had to pour boiling water to which sugar was added from vat to vat. How did the Multiple Effect Evaporator most likely improve the process?
Sugar refining no longer involved using boiling water.
Vats of boiling water did not have to be poured out by hand.
Containers kept insects and dirt out of the vats of boiling water.
Containers with lids could be heated more quickly and more efficiently.