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The Cajun Ring was created 10-26-96 in an effort to join Cajuns/Louisianians from all walks of the Internet in a giant ring. The Cajun Ring contains pages of Cajuns/Louisianians who are sharing their culture with everyone on the web. All we ask from our members is that their ring page be Cajun/Louisiana oriented (rated "general" is a MUST). With all of our members helping each other, we hope this ring to be the best one ever created. Cajuns/Louisianians UNITE!


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   Home For The Holidays Preview Go
   DA' CAJUN GUNNY Preview Go
A mixture of Cajun and the US MARINE CORPS
   A breif history on Cajuns Preview Go
This site contains a brief history on Cajuns. It also has some pictures, recipes, and links.

A homepage for #cajunparty chat room on talkcity server with pivs of regular chatters.
   Debbie's Lagniappe Preview Go
I'm a displaced Cajun from New Orleans. My site is about New Orleans, Mardi Gras, cajun links and my hobbies will be added in later: homeschooling, Girl Scouts, Cub & Boy Scouts, backpacking, hiking with dogs, candle making, soap making, . . . I'm interested in a lot of things!
   ABOUT ME Preview Go
gives thanks to all of my friends that i have met and have grown to love. it is still being rennovated
   Gerard's Crazy Cajun Kitchen Preview Go
Dedicated to our Cajun heritage, culture and most of our wonderful Cajun Food. A place where you can find the food the average Cajun grew up eating. I dont clame to be a chief i am an everyday Cajun cook and a good one. Enjoy a cup of coffee and some great food.
   Yoda's Home World Preview Go
Read about my Cajun heritage and etc.
   The Acadian Johnson Association Website Preview Go
The Acadian Johnson Association Website is devoted to the descendants of William Johnson and Elizabeth (Isabelle) Corporon who married in Acadia in 1712, and whose children relocated in Louisiana (as well as New Brunswick, Québec, Maine and Canada provinces) during the deportation. Genealogy, history, reunions,etc. will be featured.
   Down and Out in New Orleans Preview Go

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