Where Did the Acadians Settle in Louisiana?

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Although their ancestry was French, the Acadians in France did not feel that France was their home. Most of the 1785 Acadians settled in Louisiana in the Bayou Lafourche area or along the River towards Baton Rouge while others went to the Attakapas/Opelousas area north of Baton Rouge, along Bayou des Ecores (present-day Thompson's Creek), though they later moved to Bayou Lafourche.
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