As you can see from our events calendar, the
Acadian Museum gives regular presentations to groups in Louisiana and surrounding states
on a wide variety of topics, including the ones shown below. To schedule a presentation
for your group, send an email to email@example.com
with the name of the group, the preferred topic, and the date and time you would like us to present.
All requests will receive our prompt attention.
- Healing Traditions of Cajuns: Making Medicine From Local Medicinal Plants
- Who are the Cajuns?
- Cajun Cooking 101: Demonstration of Making a Four-meat Jambalaya
- Acadians of the 17th, 18th, 19th, or 20th Century
- Acadian Women: Then and Now
- Acadians Receive an Apology from Queen Elizabeth II
- Frenchie: Cajuns’ Contributions in WW II
- Post Deportation Migration of Acadians 1755-1800
- Folk Healing Traditions and the Traiteurs of South Louisiana
- Tracing Acadians/Cajuns’ French Language in North America: 1604-present
- The Queen’s Apology—International Ramifications: 2003 to the Present
- Acadians’ Innovative View of the European Powers: Contributions to Revolutions
- Acadian Prisoners on George’s Island and Relocation Voyage to La.: 1755-1765
- The French and Indian War: Acadian Resistance Fighters led by Joseph Beausoleil Broussard
- The Foundation of Acadia: Creation of a New Ethnicity in North America
- The Development of Cajun Music
- Acadiana in Louisiana: 22-Parish Area of La.
- Acadian-Cajun Historical Timelines
- Cajuns’ Role in Colonial Louisiana and Revolution of 1768
- Acadians’ Role in the American Revolution: Spanish Gov. Galvez’s Cajun Militia
- Longfellow's Evangeline: The Birth and Acceptance of a Legend
- Louisiana: The French Renaissance: 1900-2000
- Visual Arts of Cajuns
- Black Cajuns and Creoles
- The Cattle Culture of Cajuns and Creoles: 1766-present
- Cajuns’ Fight Against Wind and Water: Revisiting the Aboiteau System