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SW La.'s three wildlife refuges slowly healing after storms

American Press 09 Feb 2021
The National Audubon Society’s “Creole Christmas Bird Count” revealed that Creole’s bird count was greatly impacted by the storms’ effect on their habitat ... “Personally, as a counter for this bird count circle in Creole, I noticed the complete the absence of commonly found species ...
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Zydeco music combines Cajun and Creole traditions for unique sound

Leesville Daily Leader 03 Feb 2021
Prior to the invention, the genre was very traditional and heavily intertwined with Creole 'la la' music ... The lives of the Creole and Cajun sharecroppers in rural southern Louisiana were as intertwined as the music they played ... Creole and Cajun music share many rhythms and instruments because of their base music.
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A shrimp Creole for our times

Denver Post 08 Jan 2021
Louisiana Creole cuisine is eclectic ... And, as food often does, it transcended the otherwise-segregated society, bringing together heritages on a plate. Creole cuisine is often confused and used interchangeably with its cousin, Cajun cuisine ... Similarly, Creole cuisine revels in improvisation ... Shrimp Creole ... For the Creole Seasoning (optional).
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An archaeological project analyzes informal commerce in the colonial Caribbean

Phys Dot Org 02 Dec 2020
ArCarib is the first archaeological project that transcends the maritime boundary between the islands and Venezuela and seeks to understand how goods that were traded by sea, mainly coveted Venezuelan cocoa and other less known objects such as creole stoneware and European ceramics, affected island and mainland societies.
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