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LA Communities

People and the Environment

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A place where people live, work, and have fun community
an urban community Lake Charles
a community that is not a city(large buildings; large populations urban community
community in the countryside, where towns are small and far apart rural community
is from Louisiana. She is an author of books for young readers Kimberly Willis Holt
a community that is located near a large city. Suburbs often surround large cities suburban community
to place things that have similar features together in groups classify
the largest city in Louisiana. In 2006 it had a population of 250,000 Baton Rouge
is the suburb outside of Baton Rouge Baker
made up of all the things that surround us, such as land, water, air, and trees environment
a wall built across a river to hold back the water dam
means to change the way you do something adapt
adapted to the environment by weaving baskets from plants grown in the environment called river cane Rose Fisher-Blassingame
a high bank or wall, built along the sides of a river to keep it from overflowing levee
in the 1830s he changed the environment of Louisiana. He helped clean the Red River of floating trees. Henry Miller Shreve
in 1839 they began building the city of Shreveport on the Red River
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