Louisiana Souvenirs

Louisiana Souvenirs

Louisiana

“The Pelican State”

Louisiana Souvenirs | Louisiana State Bear | New Orleans Crawfish

Louisiana was the 18th state in the USA; it became a state on April 30, 1812. Its northern land is quite different from the southern being a dominantly alluvial region along its coast. There are swamplands, marshlands, barrier islands and beaches along the south. The Cajun’s make up most of its population today. New Orleans is the states most popular city, known for its famous Cajun cuisine, music (the birthplace of Jazz), and the annual celebration of Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday, in English). Below you can see all of the available Louisiana stuffed bears, and its major city of New Orleans. Our plush bears are manufactured by Symbolz®, Souvies®, and Peace Pals®. Choose your favorite Louisiana state bear and Louisiana souvenirs and add it to your cart.

Louisiana State Bear Pink

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Louisiana State Bear Pink

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Louisiana State Bear Pink | Louisiana Souvenirs | State Souvenirs This Louisiana State Bear Pink stuffed animal travel souvenir is embroidered with it’s state name in yellow. You will also see the state bird; the brown pelican and its state flower; the magnolia on the chest. Each and every Symbolz state bear is complete with […]

New Orleans City Bear Purple

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New Orleans City Bear Purple

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New Orleans City Bear Purple | Louisiana Souvenirs | State Souvenirs This New Orleans City Bear Purple stuffed animal travel souvenir is embroidered with it’s city name in green. You will also see the Fleur De Lis symbol on the chest. Each and every Symbolz city bear is complete with a colorful ribbon around its neck and […]

New Orleans Hippo

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New Orleans Hippo

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New Orleans Hippo | Louisiana Souvenirs | State Souvenirs This purple New Orleans hippo travel souvenir stuffed animal is embroidered with its city name in yellow and outlined in black. New Orleans is known as the birthplace of Jazz. Every year thousands of people visit to celebrate Mardi Gras. The city was named after the Duke […]