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Creole peoples

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The term Creole and its cognates in other languages — such as crioulo, criollo, creolo, créole, kriolu, criol, kreyol, kreol, kriol, krio, etc. — have been applied to people in diff...

History | Creole & Cajun Cuisine | Langlois

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Learn about New Orleans cuisine and Creole and Cajun history at Langlois, a New ... Local tribes bartered with colonial French settlers for European trade goods ... of okra and gumbo, derived from West African “gombo” stew made with okra.

About the French Market Grille West Cajun and Creole Restaurant ...

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So, what's the difference between Creole and Cajun cooking? Many contest Creole cooking is city food, a refined cuisine originated by the European aristocracy ...

Creole Versus Cajun | SAVEUR

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Apr 4, 2013 ... ... Frank Brigtsen explains the difference between Creole and Cajun ... all over Europe, West Africa, the Canary Islands, and the Caribbean.

Creoles - History, The first creoles in america, Acculturation and ...

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In the West Indies, Creole refers to a descendant of any European settler, but some people of African ..... Ethnic programs featuring Cajun and Zydeco music.

Cajun and Creole Genealogy & Family History - Cajun Ancestry

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Those with Creole and Cajun ancestry can date their family's migration to the ... Creoles are descendants of Europeans of French/Spanish who settled in ... The term Creole has also been used to define those people of color from the West ...

Introduction to Cajun, Louisiana Creole & zydeco music

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Cajun, Louisiana Creole & Zydeco Music Search home ... in the grand triangular prairie that stretches from Lafayette north to Ville Platte and west to Lake Charles. .... Creole could refer to anyone of European parentage born in Louisiana.

Cajun Texans | Texas Almanac

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There are annual crawfish or "mudbug" festivals as far west as Odessa and ... Over the last two centuries, European French Creoles have intermarried with Cajuns, ... But today there has been such a fusion of Creole/Cajun/Louisiana cooking ...

A Brief History of Cajun, Creole, & Zydeco Music - Teaching ...

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The following summary of the history of Cajun, Creole, and Zydeco music is based ... Taking stories with European origins and changing them to refer to life in ... examples of jurés, sung dances in a style typical of West Africa and the West  ...

How different is Cajun French from French? - Quora

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I was raised to think Creole (kréyol la lwizyàn) is the language of people of African ... were freed from slavery and came from the Caribbean French West Indies. ... fact that Cajun French and European French began to really diverge when their ...

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The difference between Louisiana's Cajun food and Creole food ...

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Explore the history and difference between cajun versus creole cuisine. ... Typically, the term “French Creole” described someone of European ancestry born in the colony and the term “Louisiana Creole” .... Dining in Monroe-West Monroe.

The Creole State: An Introduction to Louisiana Traditional Culture

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Some groups retain greater degrees of independence from Cajun culture. ... to the European French/Spanish colonial population in South Louisiana and the ... French language called Creole which is found today in the French West Indies, ...

Cajun vs. Creole: Do you know the difference? - Chicago Tribune

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Jan 27, 2015 ... While these dishes tend to fall under the Cajun/Creole label, the 70 miles ... Creole, a melting pot of European imperialization, and Cajun, ... French and Spanish settlers, Germans, West Africans, English and Italians/Sicilians.