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Acadiana:
(S. W. LOUISIANA)

Some people are not fond of  the term used to describe
our special little corner of
the world. The term leads
many to think only
descendants of the old Acadia
(Canada) settled this region
and built its cherished cultur.

A more complete picture shows that Acadians, Creoles, African ,
French, German, Irish, Italians,
Lebanese, Native Americans,
Spanish, and other Ethnicities,
made this region like no other on
the planet.



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History of the Mouton family


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GOP, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES - FIRST FLIP FLOPPER!  (  Black People Change From Republican to Democrat  )

Reconstruction: Honoring secret assurances made to moderate Southerners during his campagne compromise negotiations for Democratic votes, Rutherford B. Hayes agreed to withdrew federal troops from those areas of the South still occupied by Northern Troops, thus ending the era of Reconstruction (1866-77). In addition, he promised not to interfere with elections in the former Confederacy, thus ensuring a return of traditional white democratic supremacy.

The Republican Federal Government (President Rutherford B. Hayes) essentially abandoned all efforts at protecting the civil rights of southern blacks.