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According to a report of the Louisiana Board of Regents published in December 2011, Louisiana Tech has the second-highest graduation rate among the fourteen public universities in the state of Louisiana.
According to The Washington Monthlys 2012 national universities rankings, which consider research, community service, and social mobility, Louisiana Tech ranks 198th nationally.
According to U. S. News and World Report, Louisiana Tech's class of 2010 graduated with the 10th least amount of debt per student compared to all other national universities.
According to the 2011 – 2012 PayScale College Salary Report, Louisiana Tech alumni earn a median starting salary of $ 43, 300 and a median mid-career salary of $ 85, 100.
According to the Association for University Technology Managers, Louisiana Tech is ranked as the nation's 2nd best academic institution for innovation productivity as measured by number of new inventions generated per research dollar expended.
According to the historian John D. Winters of Louisiana Tech University, the students " ranged in age from four to forty, were poorly clothed, loved to fight, and were ' extremely filthy, their hair filled with vermin.
According to the historian John D. Winters in his The Civil War in Louisiana ( 1863 ), Concordia, " a planter-dominated parish, displayed unusual Confederate patriotism in early March.
According to the historian John D. Winters in The Civil War in Louisiana ( 1863 ), the Union " burned a railroad depot, a warehouse containing several hundred hides, a small supply of corn, a machine shop, a locomotive, a crude woolen mill, a cartridge factory, a supply of ammunition, and several barrels of Louisiana rum.
According to the web-based Encyclopedia Louisiana, a family moved to the region in the 1870s to build a sawmill.
According to Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Mike Strain, the blaze scorched several thousand acres and was propelled by past drought conditions combined with high winds coming from the aftermath of Tropical Storm Lee in the Gulf of Mexico.
According to a 2007 report, Robeline was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
According to a 2007 report, Livonia was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
According to a 2007 report, Woodworth was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
According to a 2007 report, Washington was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
According to the historian John D. Winters in his The Civil War in Louisiana, " Such a strong force of Confederate cavalry occupied the Mississippi side opposite St. Joseph that all Federal attempts to close the transit in January ended in failure.
According to a 2007 report, Lillie was named one of the 10 worst speed traps in the state of Louisiana.
According to the historian John D. Winters of Louisiana Tech University in The Civil War in Louisiana ( 1963 ), " Butler hated Banks and was jealous of his political success and his ' reputation of being the best general selected from civil life.
According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia also require such moments of quiet in the classroom.
According to the 2005 Scholastic Book of World Records, Louisiana is the state with the largest alligator population.

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According to the Supreme Court Historical Society, 20 goose-quill pens, neatly crossed, are placed at the four counsel tables each day the U. S. Supreme Court is in session ; " most lawyers appear before the Court only once, and gladly take the quills home as souvenirs.
According to Mark Weber, associate editor of the IHR's Journal of Historical Review Director of the IHR, " If by the ' Holocaust ' you mean the political persecution of Jews, some scattered killings, if you mean a cruel thing that happened, no one denies that.
According to page 7 of the book Coraopolis, by Gia Tatone, Coraopolis Historical Society ( 2007 ), " The newspaper Frank Braden, Jr. uncovered was simply called the News and was published in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, on June 5, 1897.
According to the Connecticut Historical Society, the chapel was constructed in 1831 with funds from " benevolent ladies in Norwich, Hartford and New London " as a church for Mohegan and white residents of the reservation in Montville.
According to the Preston Historical Society, " Schools were built in “ districts ” to serve the local children, until two central schools, one on Poquetanuck and one in Preston City were built between 1938 and 1940.
According to town historians and several original newspaper articles that are displayed at the Desert Inn and Restaurant National Historical site, the town was originally named " Jackass Junction ".
According to the Seminole County Historical Society, it is believed that the name Iron City came about when a new well was being dug and hit a spot of iron ore.
According to the Rock Island County Historical Society, the first more permanently settled inhabitants of the Moline area are thought to be the Sauk and Meskwaki Indians, who founded the village of Saukenuk in 1720 along the Rock River not far from its confluence with the Mississippi.
According to the records of the Maryland Historical Trust, the “ Hamilton House ” was relocated from Lot 74 to Pennsylvania in the last quarter of the 20th Century.
Post House / Holloway House ( CE-384 ; 18th Century ): According to Maryland Historical Trust records, the " Post House " is a frame and log construction building, possibly from the 18th century.
According to the Ogemaw County Genealogical and Historical Society, West Branch was previously known as Logan's Mills in 1863.
According to Melvin Gimmestad's Historical Backgrounds of Mound, Minnesota, " Mound derived its name from the Indian mounds once found within the present-day limits.
According to the book Historical Sites of Warren County, the township was named after the Honorable Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen, a minister and theologian of the Dutch Reformed Church who came to New Jersey in 1720.
According to the Ohio Historical Society, Logan had about 250 residents in 1825, and 600 by 1840.
According to the Ohio Historical Society, Zoar is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio.
According to the Gideon Book of Historical Places, the word city was added to Elmore after the name was confused with Elmer.
According to the National Register of Historical Places Mascot is home to historical site to a Georgian-style house built in 1838, the Chesterfield home which is located at the corner of Old Rutledge Pike and Mine Road.
According to the Mukilteo Historical Society, the town became the first settled by Europeans in 1858 and was the county seat of Snohomish County from 1861 when Snohomish County was created from Island County to 1867, when the city of Snohomish became the county seat.
According to the Institute for Historical Review, Leuchter subsequently took employment as a " telephone solicitor.
According to the Darien Historical Society, the name Darien was decided upon when the residents of the town could not agree on a name to replace Middlesex Parish, many families wanting it to be named after themselves.
According to church law, only the Pope had the power to depose a king. Historical depiction of Adolf ’ s death at the Battle of Göllheim, by Master Simon, Koblenz, 1829
According to Ethelbert Dudley Warfield's book The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798: An Historical Study, Breckinridge was the major author of the Kentucky Resolutions.
According to its original founding, the objectives of the organization are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic:
According to the Historical Jewish Press, The Palestine Post was established " as part of a Zionist-Jewish initiative ", and " Zionist institutions considered the newspaper one of the most effective means of exerting influence on the British authorities ".

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