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Erath, Louisiana 70533
Acadian Genealogy (U.S.)
A site devoted to Acadian genealogy, history, and culture from
the U.S. perspective, curated by historian Stanley LeBlanc.
Acadian Heritage Tours
Travel tours that help people from South Louisiana explore their ancestral history and culture.
Acadian Memorial (St. Martinville, LA)
An organization honoring the Acadians who found refuge in Louisiana after being exiled
from their homeland of Acadie (now Nova Scotia).
An historic installation providing an authentic vision of Cajun life in
South Louisiana during the 19th century.
Acadians in Gray
Undoubtedly one of the most extensive resources for Acadian history and genealogy available
on the Internet. A work in progress by Living Legend
Acadians Were Here (Maryland)
An extensive website documenting the history and genealogy of the Acadians who were exiled to
the colony of Maryland after the deportations.
Bayou Teche Dispatches
A blog by historian Shane K. Bernard focused on South Louisiana history and culture.
Cajun French Music Association
An organization created to promote and preserve Cajun music and culture.
Center for Louisiana Studies (ULL)
The preeminent center dedicated to preserving the folklore of South Louisiana,
including its culture, genealogy, and music.
CODOFIL (Council for Development of French in Louisiana)
An organization fostering the revival of French Acadian culture in Louisiana.
A festival celebrating all aspects of our cultural heritage,
including music, native crafts, and food.
Fourth of July Festival
A guide to the annual celebration in our hometown of Erath, Louisiana.
Louisiana Orphan Train Museum
A museum celebrating the fascinating story of the orphans from New York City, shipped to
Louisiana by train between 1850 and 1930, and adopted by the Cajuns,
including Living Legend Alice G. Bernard.
Louisiana Travel - Lafayette
Vermilion Parish Tourism
Two guides providing links to other attractions in our local area.
LSU Cajun Pages
A site that explains Cajun French, including glossaries and grammar.