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Question 1

Natives hunted small vermin called "chert" when deer and fish were scarce.
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Question 2

The Coushatta people settled in near the Red River in the late 1700s, led by a man known as Stilapihkachatta. What is the English translation of Stilapihkachatta?
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Red Arrow

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White Hoof

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Blue Cape

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Red Shoes

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Question 3

The term "Louisiana Maneuvers" refers to the tactics used by Louisiana when negotiation territories with the French and Spanish in the early 1800s.
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Question 4

The Paleo-Natives hunted camel, giant armadillo, short-faced bear, long-horned bison, mastodon, and even saber-toothed tigers!
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Folk medicine in the 1800s included things like using a wad of wet tobacco on a wasp sting.
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What is a "circuit rider"?
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A traveling preacher.

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A bum going from city to city.

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A rodeo trick-rider.

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Question 7

The Sabine, a river that divides Louisiana and Texas, comes from the Spanish word for a _______ tree.
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Cedar

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Oak

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Moss

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Cypress

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Question 8

Charles "Leather Britches" Smith was a famous leatherworker in his time, making whips, saddles and clothing for settlers throughout Beauregard Parish.
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Question 9

The Grabow Shootout was a dispute between union men and a network of owners in what industry?
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Tobacco

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Automobile

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Cotton

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Timber

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Question 10

Sugartown is rumored to have been named after:
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A sugar wagon that turned over into a creek.

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An abundance of sugar cane growing in the surrounding areas.

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The discovery of an abandoned sugar warehouse.

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The delicious treats and pastries it produced.

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Question 11

According to the Legend of the Money Trees, settlements outside of Leesville often used leaves from trees as currency during the harsh winter months.
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Question 12

Steamers traveling up and down the Sabine River quickly garnered individual reputations. Residents knew each boat by name and some could even recognize each one's unique whistle.
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Question 13

What was the name of famous Aunt Becky's horse?
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Lightning Lucy

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Blaze

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Finefoot

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Question 14

When lands opened out West, many Upland South pioneers left their homes for better land. Without saying their farewells, they would paint GTT on their doors. What does GTT stand for?
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Get to Travelin'

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Gone to Train

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Grab the Tractor

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Gone to Texas

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Question 15

Black Locust Hill in Louisiana earned its name because of the tremendous number of these insects that populate there each spring.
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Question 16

Was the Sabine considered the boundary between law and lawlessness?
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Question 17

Early schoolhouses required students to pay tuition of ten to fifteen dollars per month.
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Question 18

According to old Cajun and Creole folklore, the Loup Garou is the Cajun version of a vampire.
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Question 19

Which industry uses the terms fallers, misery whips, Swedish fiddles, widow makers, skidders and buckers?
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Lawless activity

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Hunting

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Lumber

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Question 20

Burr Ferry has historical ties to Aaron Burr.
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Question 21

The famous outlaw, John Murrell, used caves as:
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Places to leave secret messages

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All answers are correct

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Hideouts for outlaws

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Stash spots for treasure

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Question 22

The "trickster" is a human or animal character of a folktale or myth who constantly tries to outsmart or outwit other characters. The Coushatta's trickster is the ______.
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Rat

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Rabbit

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Raccoon

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Fox

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Question 23

Many cowboys would never cross a stream with a herd of cattle while facing the sun because cattle often spooked if they saw their reflections in the water.
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Question 24

What is a jayhawker?
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A birdwatcher

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A war-dodger

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A Native American mystic

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Question 25

Which one of these pirates is famous for using the Calcasieu River to avoid capture?
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Sir Henry Morgan

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Francis Drake

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William Kidd

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Jean Lafitte

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Question 26

To prevent war, the United States and Spain agreed to withdraw all their troops between the Calcasieu River and the Sabine River and declared the disputed territory a neutral buffer zone. This area became known as No Man's Land.
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Question 27

The Atakapa Indians were given the name "Atakapa," which means "man-eater," because they were known for being vicious cannibals in the area.
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Question 28

A "haint" is a ghostly spirit that guards buried treasure.
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Question 29

Which of these holidays involved an elaborate begging ritual where masked participants travel throughout the countryside going from house to house in order to collect ingredients for a communal gumbo?
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No Man's Christmas

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Cajun Halloween

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Rural Mardi Gras

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Question 30

Which of these is the name given to the group that organized in Cameron Parish to curb the lawlessness afflicting the cattle range in the late 19th century?
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Round-ups

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Rough Riders

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Runners

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Regulators

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