Preserving sportsman’s paradise
Rachal, Maria Lucille
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Since their arrival in Louisiana, the Cajuns have had a unique connection to the landscape. Despite shifts in culture over the years, the Cajuns have always held on to this connection. One of the places where this connection is most obvious today is the duck hunting camp in the Acadiana region of South Louisiana. This thesis examines whether these camps could be considered historical resources and the implications for the preservation of intangible Cajun culture if these camps are to be recognized.