Crystal Ball Puzzle
 

Mardi Gras is the celebration before Lent

Louisiana was named in honor of King Louis XIV

The Lake Pontchatrain Causeway is 24 miles long

Jean Lafitte helped win the War of 1812

Breaux Bridge is known as the “Crawfish Capital of the World

Marie Laveau practiced her voodoo in Congo Square

The US paid France 15 million dollars for the Louisiana Purchase

Beauregard is General Pierre Gustave Toutant’s last name

St. Joseph’s Cemetery faces North and South

All - Spanish moss is used to make clothing, stuff mattresses and is brewed with tea

True, Louisiana has the largest population of Cajuns

The dueling oaks are at New Orleans City Park

True, the New Orleans and Carrollton Line has been in operation since 1835

Baton Rouge’s flag is a field of Crimson

Bayou is a French name for slow-moving river

Opelousas is the third oldest city in Louisiana

The city of Ponchatoula derives its name from the abundance of Spanish moss

Myrtles Plantation is known for its 10 murders committed there