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Louisiana Creole people

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Louisiana Creole people are persons descended from the colonial settlers of Louisiana, especially those of French or Spanish descent. The term creole was ...

Creole | Define Creole at Dictionary.com

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Creole definition, a person born in the West Indies or Spanish America but of European, usually Spanish, ancestry. See more.

The Louisiana Creole - Frenchcreoles.com

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Some writers from other parts of the United States have mistakenly assumed the term Creole to refer only to people of mixed racial descent, but this is not the ...

Creole - Wiktionary

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Variously from French créole, from its source, Spanish criollo, and from its source, Portuguese crioulo, itself probably a diminutive of cria (“person raised in one's ...

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

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Overview. Unlike many other ethnic groups in the United States, Creoles did not migrate from a native country. The term Creole was first used in the sixteenth ...

The Creole

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With a comfortable and inviting atmosphere and delicious meals, The Creole is your number one stop for classic French food.

Creole History in New Orleans

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The word “Creole” can seem quite ambiguous at first, but it plays a vital role in defining the culture and history of New Orleans.

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Haitian Creole | language | Britannica.com

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Haitian Creole, a French-based vernacular language that developed in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It developed primarily on the sugarcane ...

The Creole Creamery » Eat ice cream. Be happy.

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At the Creole Creamery, our goal is to offer you a unique ice cream experience. We take pride in our assortment of diverse and unusual flavors. While some ...

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Cre·ole
[kree-ohl]
NOUN
1.
a person born in the West Indies or Spanish America but of European, usually Spanish, ancestry.
2.
a person born in Louisiana but of usually French ancestry.
3.
(sometimes lowercase) a person of mixed black and European, especially French or Spanish, ancestry who speaks a creolized form of French or Spanish.
4.
(usually lowercase) a creolized language; a pidgin that has become the native language of a speech community.
5.
the creolized French language of the descendants of the original settlers of Louisiana.
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