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French and Spanish Influence in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Episode 41 – 06/04/2014

French and Spanish Influence in New Orleans, Louisiana

Discussion  topics:

  1. Origins of the Creoles and Cajuns;

  2. French Quarter fires in 1788 and 1794;

  3. Named after King Louis XIV of France;

  4. Old colonial French Louisiana was very large

  5. Music, food and culture in New Orleans

  6. Terry’s book report of the week;

  7. Hell Yes! to credit unions and local business;

  8. Hell No! to wasting water and over-watering.

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