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1. Battle of LaFourche Crossing: On June 23, 1863, during the American Civil War, Confederate forces attacked Union troops at LaFourche Crossing in southeastern Louisiana. The Confederate attack was repulsed, with heavy losses on both sides.

2. Louisiana Compromise: On June 23, 1845, Congress passed the Louisiana Compromise, which allowed Louisiana to enter the Union as a slave state in exchange for the admission of Iowa as a free state. This compromise helped to maintain the balance of power between free and slave states in the U.S.

3. Huey P. Long Assassination: On June 23, 1936, popular Louisiana politician Huey P. Long was shot at the Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge. He died two days later. Long was a controversial figure in Louisiana politics, known for his populist policies and fiery rhetoric.

4. Hurricane Audrey: On June 23, 1957, Hurricane Audrey made landfall in Louisiana, causing extensive damage and killing over 400 people. It remains one of the deadliest hurricanes to ever strike the U.S.

5. Edwin Edwards Impeachment: On June 23, 1988, the Louisiana House of Representatives voted to impeach Governor Edwin Edwards on charges of corruption. Edwards was eventually acquitted in a trial in the Louisiana Senate, but the impeachment proceedings reflected the ongoing troubles of Louisiana politics.

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