2 edition of Special report on Louisiana"s sugar industry found in the catalog.
Special report on Louisiana"s sugar industry
Louisiana. Division of Employment Security.
1950 in [Baton Rouge .
Written in English
|Statement||by Reports and Analysis Unit, Louisiana Division of Employment Security.|
|LC Classifications||HD9107.L8 A52 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||51062043|
Remember in Chapter 3 that the presence of Foraminifera or Radiolaria are the most widely represented micro-fossils IN young oil-bearing strata. The adoption of the central factory system triggered business consolidation and the replacement of the estate-based production with centralized manufacturing and refining. This project has allowed professional development through collaboration with weed scientists, entomologists, and agronomists in the field of sugarcane research at the LSU Agricultural Center. Indeed, though the book features extensive statistical, economic and political analysis in its twenty tables, it is much thinner on demography. In between were cotton and a few tobacco plantations, livestock ranches, and grain farms. With the advent of the rotary bit, it now became possible to accurately identify which rock strata and how deep drill cuttings bits or rock broken off at the bottom of the hole by the rotating drill bit came from down the hole.
Allied to the weather reports lay a weekly review of the sugar and molasses market in New Orleans, tables recording sugar prices by quality of product in New Orleans, New York, London and Hamburg and lists of the sales and stocks of sugar and molasses held in various cities. The well was drilled atop a salt dome, but at about a depth of 1, feet, the driller was having problems getting the bit to continue cutting downward; the was resistance, then there was vibration and shaking of the drilling platform, then came a low rumbling sound. Although the exact tabular nature of the reports did not alter from the s to the s, the sugar reports much like the LSPA became increasingly devoted to key trade and manufacturing information on the sugar industry. New Orleans is the major draw, known particularly for its picturesque French Quarter and the annual Mardi Gras celebrationheld since Butler began this process by establishing guidelines in by which planters would pay male laborers monthly cash wages as well as provide them with food, housing, and medical care.
Map of Louisiana Louisiana has a rich, colorful historical background. Slave Quarters c. Just about every state has some sort of industrial tax exemption program. Slave Collar c.
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Washington D. Only the ever trenchant commitment to black labor remained a constant, though even on the key question of work crews, cane farmers had experimented with Chinese, German, and Italian laborers.
Even smaller holdings usually had at least one slave carpenter or blacksmith. Not only did the sugar reporters spend months away from home as they traversed the state to record the harvest data but they placed themselves in so small danger they frequently complained of flooding, cold, and exposure.
That year, Alcee Bouchereau also included indexes of cane growers and manufacturers, plantations, and post offices. With his father's health declining, Alcee Bouchereau assumed the mantle as the state's pre-eminent agricultural journalist, filing his first report in Having tested and found them wanting, planters redoubled their commitment to African American labor and their belief that sugar work and racial control advanced in tandem.
ByBouchereau had wholly dispensed with indefinite hogsheads for measurement and reported output in the infinitely more precise measure of total pounds per estate; the same year, he also withdrew from listing rice production.
As planter James Hanna of Terrebonne Parish observed in "There is probably no interest in the United States, of the same importance, so much neglected by those engaged in its culture, or so much preyed upon. Project Methods Research procedures to be utilized in this research project will include a variety of economic estimation, evaluation and analysis methods including commodity enterprise budget estimation, cost and return estimation associated with specific production practices, whole farm financial simulation, and other relevant estimation procedures.
Remember in Chapter 3 that the presence of Foraminifera or Radiolaria are the most widely represented micro-fossils IN young oil-bearing strata. Projected production costs for sugarcane production in Louisiana were developed for the crop year. Much of the initial work was conducted in Oklahoma in the Ouachita Mountains.
Twenty lashes was considered light, and even pregnant women were flogged by being made to lie face-down across a hole in the ground, where they placed their belly, so as not to hurt the valuable slave child. The last of Champomier's antebellum reports were published in an era of exceptional confidence.
Nine out of ten slaves in Louisiana worked on rural farms and plantations. Bioenergy Research, May The competitive advantage enjoyed by Louisiana producers guaranteed by the U. When looking at the raws job creation numbers, not much good news is to be found. Exploration strategies changed again when it was shown that oil not only existed beneath salt domes anticlinesbut also in fault structures.
Louisiana's sugar producing slaves were simply worth a small fortune, slightly less infact than the combined personal property of all people in Maine or Michigan, for example, at the eve of the war.The Standard Oil Refinery (now owned by Exxon) that is today the largest in North America began operations in Louisiana inthe same year construction started on the state's first long-distance oil pipeline.
Since then, a huge and still-growing petrochemical industry has become a dominant force in the state's economy. THE RAW SUGAR INDUSTRY IN LOUISIANA - POLLUTION PROBLEMS The raw sugar industry was established in Louisiana37 in During the formative years of the industry transporta tion in the state was mainly by water and the industry devel oped along major waterways.
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The state's economy suffered during Reconstruction; however, the situation improved at the turn of the 20th century, with the discovery of oil and natural gas and the growth of industry. Louisiana is a leader in natural gas, salt, petroleum, and sulfur production.