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|The Chicago Cajun Connection - Welcome to the Chicago Cajun Connection Home Page! We hope you can join us at some of these great events featuring traditional Cajun and Zydeco music and dance! |
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| L'Anse Grise Community Website|
L'Anse Grise is a small community located on Highway 13, approximately 1.5 miles north of the intersection of Highway 10 and 13 (Barber Spur), in Evangeline Parish, Louisiana. The population is approximately 200.
To date, it isn't known when L'Anse Grise acquired it's name or why, but ongoing research may one day provide that information. The earliest recorded use of the name L'Anse Grise, or its most popular and incorrect, translation, Gray Point, found so far, is 1928. It is found in the Vidrine Elementary School record of Nelson Johnson, who was living in L'Anse Grise when he registered at the Vidrine school in 1928 (original records and extracts in possession of Dowell Lafleur). Worth noting is the school record of Francis Aucoin, registered at the Vidrine school in 1935, whose birth place is listed as "Grey Cove," which is the proper translation of L'Anse Grise.
Our site features Ascension Parish Louisiana. It contains local business links as well as Louisiana links. It also contains information on local genealogy and photographs of the Ascension Parish Area.
Some photos and a bit of history of Baton Rouge, our state capital. Also there is a link to my Baton Rouge Attractions page. Things to do and see in and close to Baton Rouge.
|Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau|
We're located at the center of Louisiana's cultural excitement, close to all the sights and fun that make our state unique. Whether you're coming for a family vacation, a romantic getaway, a group tour or a convention, you'll find everything you need right here, to plan a great time.
|Baton Rouge Internet City Guide and Internet Rest Area|
The Baton Rouge City Guide and Internet Rest Area
has been providing the Internet traveler with
information about the Greater Baton Rouge Area since
|Baton Rouge Jobs in the Internet and Information Technology Sector of Louisiana |
Clarence's non-profit guide for Baton Rouge jobs and Information Technology employment. Contains an index of software and high technology computer jobs, office headquarters and employment agencies. Includes job search techniques and useful IT contacts.
|Baton Rouge Net|
The Baton Rouge Net offers useful regional and worldwide links as well as
information and pictures on Louisiana and its unique way of life.
|Bay Area Cajun & Zydeco Information on the Web|
Cajun and zydeco music and dance information, including CD, Book
and Event reviews, special events, photos, a selective list
of CZ web links and the Northern California schedule of events
|Best of New Orleans|
Gambit Communications' mission is to be the best source for what's worth knowing, doing and seeing in New Orleans. Its three publications Gambit Weekly, Natives' Guide and the Best of New Orleans web site offer locals, visitors and people around the world the most comprehensive information about one of the world's premier destinations.
|Bunkie, Avoyelles, Louisiana|
Bunkiens celebrating the joy of living or having lived in Bunkie, La. We celebrate the Louisiana Corn Festival, BHS Panthers, Bunkie Depot and the Bailey Hotel. Join us to pass a good time.
|Cajun/Zydeco Community Dance Calendar, Seattle, WA|
Comprehensive calendar for all Seattle-area Cajun and Zydeco dance events. Cooperatively maintained by local dance teachers, presenters, and local Cajun and zydeco dance bands.
|City of Carencro|
Learn all about Carencro, A Quiet Town With A Lot To Talk About, located in Lafayette Parish at the crossroads of I-10 and I-49.
|City of Opelousas|
Opelousas is the Zydeco Music Capital of the World. We are in the heart of Cajun country. Visit our beautiful city and learn about our culture and history, and try some of our wonderful Cajun food!
|City Tour of St. Martinville, Louisiana|
A photo journal of the the historic little town of St. Martinville, Louisiana on the Bayou Teche.
A community site for Red River Parish and Coushatta, Louisiana. Meet the local people and businesses.
|Eunice Louisiana, The Official Web Site|
Eunice, Prairie Cajun Capital Of Louisiana! Home of the famous Liberty Center For The Performing Arts, Cajun Music Hall Of Fame and The Prairie Acadian Cultural Center.
|Experience New Orleans|
This comprehensive site is a one-stop informational guide to everything New Orleans has to offer.
|Holly Beach, La. Redfish Party May 1998|
Holly Beach, La. Redfish Party May 1998
Houma Sports Is your one stop place for local Sports scores and news as well as national sport, scores,news and links to every offical Pro sports site.
Houses & Apartments For Rent in Iberia Parish
|Inside New Orleans|
Site run by locals as a new media source with ever growing content on Louisiana culture and communities.
|LAFAYETTE CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT|
|Lafayette Economic Development Authority|
Imagine being able to find resources for answers to all of your business needs in one stop. Such a place exists and you have found it. It is the Lafayette Economic Development Authority.
Visit Antique Village in Denham Springs with over 25 shops and malls. Truely and antiques lovers dream! The Artist Market goes on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 9-1 in front of the Train Station Depot.
|Moss Bluff Online|
Moss Bluff Online...stop here for all your business, personal, recreational & educational needs.
local Business and Entertainment Directory for Metairie - New Orleans
Entertainment and Business Directory
|New Orleans Online|
From creole tomatoes to voodoo to jazz to storyville, Ron Cuccia tells you about those Things Peculiar to New Orleans.
|Pictures of Cypremort Point and Building a BBQ Smoker|
Picture and Discriptions of Cypremort Point and Cajun Life at the Piont. Free plans for building a BBQ smoker.
What is it about frogs that captivates our imagination? In a small town in the middle of Louisiana's Cajun prairie, a stone's throw from New Orleans, is a town called Rayne, where frogs have gained iconographic stature. Frogs and Rayne have a relatively long history that dates back to the 1880s, when a gourmet chef named Donat Pucheu started selling juicy, delectable bullfrogs to New Orleans restaurants. Word of Rayne's frog delicacies spread like wildfire, and soon attracted the Weill Brothers from France, who started a lucrative business exporting frogs to restaurants. For years, world-renowned restaurants like Sardi's in New York boasted of offering frog legs from Rayne, Louisiana.
|Shreveport Bossier Convention & Tourist Bureau|
Shreveport and Bossier City are rich in attractions, festivals, cultural activities and fine food. We invite you to become acquainted with the rich heritage of our area and visit our points of interest, recreational facilities, restaurants, shopping areas, museums and the best in riverboat gaming, which are unsurpassed.
|Shreveport Bossier Live!|
Community site for Shreveport Bossier area featuring free memberships, groups, forums, blogs, podcasts, and photo gallery. Come join us!
|Shreveport-Bossier City on the web|
A native's look at the sister cities of Shreveport and Bossier City on the web, plus recommended eats.
Your local wedding resource guide.
|Southwest Louisiana Chamber of Commerce|
The organization's primary service area is Calcasieu
Parish and Cameron Parish. The objective is to expand
the service area to coincide with economic growth, the
availability of organization resources and the interest of
other adjacent areas.
Louisiana Forum a "SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE" Join us today meet some great people from the deep south.
We talk a little bit about everything. Like good old Cajun cooking gumbo to Hurricanes. Just have a look you just might want to stay.
|The Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce|
Welcome to the heart of Southwest Louisiana, home to the Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. Whether you're looking for business, something to do or a great place to live, you've found the key!
|The Official City Of Eunice Louisiana Homepage|
Eunice! The Heart of Acadiana! Prairie Cajun Capital of Louisiana!Eunice is the place to find good friends, good food and good music Right smack dab in the middle of Cajun Country.
|Thibodaux Chamber of Commerce|
THE CITY WHERE YESTERDAY WELCOMES TOMORROW
|Toledo Town USA|
Businesses in the Toledo Town USA area in Sabine Parish on Toledo Bend Lake. Convenience store, gas, video rental, tanning booths, fishing tackle superstore, grill - restaurant, gifts, fashions, gift baskets, storage facilities, fishing lure manufacturer
|Town of Lockport|
Lockport, founded in 1835, traces its history to Jacques Lamotte, who in 1790 owned a large tract of land along Bayou Lafourche. Lemotte sold a portion of the tract to Messrs. Mercier and Marcantel in 1814. In 1823 William Field purchased a parcel of the land and later donated 5 arpents of it on both banks of Bayou Lafourche to Barataria and Lafourche Canal Company. As part of the transaction, the company agreed to build a canal, which would link Bayou Terrebonne to New Orleans. Allou D'Hemecourt surveyed the area in 1835. His map bears the name Longueville. Eventually, the village's name would become Lockport.
|Travel I-12 Louisiana|
Travel Interstate 12 from Slidell to Baton Rouge and visit the antique shops and historic areas. Shop owners get a free web page and listing at this web site.
|Watson, Louisana -aka -|
Watson is a small but growing unincorporated town located in the northwest corner of Livingston Parish. It is one of the fastest growing areas in Livingston Parish. Watson retains that small town quality of life but is located close enough to Baton Rouge and Denham Springs to take advantage of their amenities.
Welcome! This site is a source for all who visit and live in Watson. Watson is a small but growing unincorporated town located in the northwest corner of Livingston Parish. It is one of the fastest growing areas in Livingston Parish. Watson retains that small town quality of life but is located close enough to Baton Rouge and Denham Springs to take advantage of their amenities. Watson is a great place to call home, play, and raise a family. Our neighborhoods continue to grow and our schools rank as some of the highest in the state.