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    • La Louisiane Par Matthew Dioso Et Perry Guerrero *(=^^3= )meeoww *
    • L’histoire
      • Named by Sieur de la salle in 1682
        • King Louis XIV
      • Was purchased by the U.S. from France in 1803
        • As a part of a treaty
      • Became a state on April 30, 1812
    • L’emplacement
      • Located in the “Deep South” of the U.S.
        • Surrounded by states such as Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, etc.
      • The capital is “Baton Rouge”
        • It translated to “Red Stick” (=_=)yeeeeah…
    • La Langue
      • Mostly English
      • In fewer cases, Creole is used
        • Cooking terms
        • Certain greetings
        • Not particularly stressed in terms of conversation
    • Le Blues (=. =)***
      • Began along the Mississippi Delta
      • Disseminated to other parts of the “Deep South”
        • It reached Louisiana, developing its own style: Louisiana blues
          • Swampy guitar
          • Harmonicas
          • Piano
    • Zydeco
      • A popular style of dance music
      • Introduced by Clifton Chenier
        • Who listened to la-la music
        • Learned to play the accordion in the late 1940’s
      • The accordion
      • “ les haricots sont pas salés”
        • “ the snapbeans are not salty”
    • La nouritture
      • From over 300 cultures
        • Creole
      • Gumbo may be the most notably cooked food
        • Comprised of several ingredients as a result of cultural blending