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Acadiana:
(S. W. LOUISIANA)
Some people are not fond of the term used to describe our special little corner of the world. The term leads many to think only decendants of the old Acadia (Canada) settled this region and built its cherished culture.
  A more complete picture shows that Acadians, Creoles, Africans,French, German, Irish, Italians, Lebanese, Native Americans, Spanish, and other Ethnicities, made this region like no other on the planet.  

     


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