Louisiana is home for many people. It can be difficult to find the current person in the state, but White Pages service makes it easier to do. The service is free and easy to use. You just need to write down name, phone number, zip code or address to get the report. According to the great amount of the state population, you can get several people in report. Just read bio attentively to understand who is needed. There is the premium account too. White Pages gives you a phone number and run a background check to get a hold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more for some money.

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Whochs people search service uses several legal and trustful sources of information to give you the accurate data. These are:

  • court records;

  • birth certificates;

  • marriage certificates;

  • death certificates;

  • criminal records;

  • licensing information;

  • voting records;

  • historical data;

  • real estate transactions and deeds;

  • census bureau data.

Notable People from Louisiana Notable Work/Position
Ellen DeGeneres Comedian, television host, writer, actress, producer
Huey Long 40th Governor of Louisiana, U.S. Senator from 1932 until his assassination in 1935, head of political dynasty
Mahalia Jackson Singer known as the “queen of gospel”, civil rights advocate
Tyler Perry Actor, writer, producer, filmmaker, comedian
Reese Witherspoon Award-winning actress and producer
Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong Iconic jazz musician, composer who played trumpet, cornet
James Carville Political commentator, lawyer known as the “Ragin Cajun”
Anne Rice Gothic fiction writer, author of the Vampire Chronicles series
Terry Bradshaw Former NFL quarterback and sports commentator

Searching for Someone in Louisiana

Louisiana is 25th most populated US state. There are over 4.6 million people and over 1.7 million households. According to the data, the average household size was 2.6 members in 2018. If you are going to find someone in Louisiana, it is better to use White Pages. The service and free and simple to use. The data is accurate.

The predominant race in Louisiana is white, making up 58.7%. The average age is 36.8. The balance of men and women is 48.9% to 51.1%. According to the statistics, New Orleans is the most populated city. There are about 400,000 citizens.

Louisiana has 1.93 million workers. Their median income is $46,710. The most developed economic sectors are natural gas production, agriculture, commercial fishing, chemical manufacturing, and tourism.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
Louisiana State University Baton Rouge 6,677 65.5% 76.4% Business Mgmt. & Mkt.
Tulane University New Orleans 4,548 83.3% 25.5% Business Mgmt. & Mkt.
Delgado College Slidell 3,600 11.2% 100% Health programs

 

Louisiana Real Estate

You can use White Pages to find data about the owner of the property. Moreover, it will help you know about neighbors. It is really important to check out the information if you are going to Louisiana. It is better to use White Pages in both cases: renting or purchasing property.

There are some reasons to make check out:

  • to know more about neighbors;

  • to check out owner;

  • to read about fires;

  • to know about barriers for deal.

The average home value increased by 1.2% per year, but the price decreased in 2019. The average home value is $145,900 with the median price per square foot at $122. It would be necessary to pay for rent about $1,250. Listing price is $219,000 and it is necessary to negotiate with the owner to decrease it up to 30%.

Metairie has the most expensive property in Louisiana. It is about $232,700.

 

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Metairie $232,700 $41,265
Denham Springs $175,300 $52,649
New Orleans $170,700 $50,528
Lake Charles $166,400 $58,436

Louisiana Facts

  • Official Name: Louisiana
  • Name Meaning: Louisiana was named in honor of King Louis XIV (14th) of France by French explorer in René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle in 1682.
  • Nickname: The Pelican State
  • Constitution Ratified: 1812
  • Statehood: April 30, 1812 (18th State)
  • Capital: Baton Rouge
  • Total Number of Counties: 64
  • Largest City: New Orleans
  • Largest County (by population): East Baton Rouge Parish
  • Population (as of 2018): 4,659,978
  • History: There were a lot of Native American tribes on the territory of Louisiana. But the area was claimed by Spanish in the 1600s. Later Louisiana became a part of France. There were several battles, which were ended by the governance changing between France and Spain. Everything has changed in 1803. The US government purchased the Louisiana area and it became a separate state in 1812.
  • The Breux Bridge is considered the “crawfish capital of the world”. There is the annual festival for the crawfish.

  • Lake Pontchartrain Causeway is the longest bridge over water in the world. That is 23.83 miles.

  • The first charity hospital of the US was founded in New Orleans in 1736.

  • Tabasco sauce was created by the McIlhenny Company on Avery Island in 1868. Moreover, it is still produces here.

  • Louisiana’s legal code is based on the French Emperor Napoleon’s civil code. It is still in use.

  • The Louisiana State Capitol is the tallest capitol building in the U.S. There are 34 floors and it is 450 feet.

  • The first cocktail the Sazerac was created in New Orleans in 1873.

  • Louisiana uses the term “parish” instead of “county” for the territory units. There is a reason of it. The boundaries drawn for civil districts followed established church parish boundaries. According to the historic influence of the Catholic Church in the state, a more secular term was never adopted.

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