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Acadia Parish is a parish located in the U.S. state of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 61,773. The parish seat is Crowley. The parish was founded from parts of St. Landry Parish in 1886, and later an election was held to determine the parish seat, ending when Crowley beat Rayne and Prairie Hayes.
- also known as Acadia Parish, Louisiana
- founded in (129 years ago)
- part of Louisiana
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by Louisiana. Department of Education
Acadia Parish is a great field for improvement in school work. We have rich lands, suitable for almost any ...
Biennial Report of the State Superintendent of Public Education to the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana (1908)
Acadia Parish is a great field for improvement in school work. □We have rich lands, ...
by Edward M. Komara
November 1938; Maxie (Acadia Parish), LA Popular Texas guitarist (now retired) whose career was spent primarily as a touring performer and club act throughout the soul-blues circuit in America's South. Nephew of Clarence " Gatemouth" ...
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