Why do you think Louisiana was the first place in the USA to receive the sugar plant?

Who wants a cupcake? 2013/02/23 13:29:08
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  • keeper 2013/03/02 23:23:51
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2013/03/01 21:15:55
    Jesuit priests brought sugarcane there.
  • Kevin Miller 2013/02/27 01:04:17
    Kevin Miller
    My guess would be that Louisiana has the perfect climate for sugar cane plants as well as
    the presence of the Bayou.I think sugar plants need to grow near water.
  • halfbreed 2013/02/23 22:30:53
    It has the right type of soil and climate
  • Ashley 2013/02/23 21:42:06
    Type of land they have?
  • bettyboop 2013/02/23 20:55:39
    Jesuit priests first brought sugarcane into south Louisiana in 1751, little did they know that the foundation was being laid for an industry that now contributes $2 billion to the Louisiana economy.

    The first successful sugar crop used to produce raw sugar was that of Etienne de Bore. In 1795, de Bore succeeded in making sugar that was valued at $12,000.
  • JulieJewels 2013/02/23 19:08:02
    Hawaii I thought.
  • Chrissi 2013/02/23 18:55:40
    The weather?
  • Drageona 2013/02/23 18:24:56
    Have not got a clue
  • bacon.nivison 2013/02/23 18:22:01
  • Jimm 2013/02/23 17:11:23
    Don't know...don't care.
  • Hez 2013/02/23 16:29:05
    No clue. Didn't even know Louisiana was the first place in the USA to receive the sugar plant
  • Stan Kapusta 2013/02/23 15:58:48
    Stan Kapusta
    I guess the climate could grow it.
  • Christopher Kirchen 2013/02/23 14:57:00
    Christopher Kirchen
    I don't know that it was.
  • rbeas 2013/02/23 14:12:00 (edited)
    have you ever eaten a Beignet without sugar? Tastes like a cupcake and no one likes those. LOL
  • sneekyfoot 2013/02/23 14:09:42
    because Louisiana had some money and said "gimmie some sugar" shu gar no country for old men
  • Richard M. Nixon 2013/02/23 13:55:28
    Richard M. Nixon
    One must remember that Louisiana was French until the early 19th century. They're colonial system was quite different from Spain's in that they planned for long term exploitation. When the US bought Louisiana folks in Washington saw how well the plantation system worked, embraced it, and spread it around. Good question!

    planned term exploitation louisiana folks washington plantation worked embraced spread
  • Tropiceagle33 2013/02/23 13:42:23 (edited)
    because it had link with the Colonialist these are people who were owner, occupiers and rulers of plantation. In history louisiana is link with colonialist french islands such as guadeloupe and other where plantation of cotton, tobacco, sugar, banana and others was plentiful

  • Gloryanna's Quill 2013/02/23 13:39:59
    Gloryanna's Quill
    I would think Because a plantation owner in Louisiana was the first one to decide to grow them
  • kick2head 2013/02/23 13:38:20
    It was actually introduced to the United States very early and grown in other places on a small scale. Louisiana was the first place where it was grown on a larger scale. Florida, where I live, was another state where it was and still is grown.

    I have kids that I home school, and we are actually studying US history.
  • Dandydon 2013/02/23 13:36:28
    No idea....
  • Harley Squiggles the God \(... 2013/02/23 13:29:39
    Harley Squiggles the God \(#o#)/
    The dog ate it.

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