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Spanish
Architecture
Food
French
English
African
Red tile roofs
Stucco walls
Arched windows and
doors
Churches and missions
Wrought iron balconies
5 windows across the
second floor, center door
with two windows on each
side. One chimney in
middle or two chimneys
one on each end.
Front porches, thatched
roof, very simple, used
rags to fill in cracks in walls
Introduced cheese and
rice. Tacos, tortillas,
burritos, enchiladas
Pastries and dishes with
rich sauces, maple syrup
Vegetables that were
grown, fish, animals they
hunted.
Used garden vegetables,
inexpensive cuts of meat
to make soul food. Fried
chicken, grits, collard
greens, peanuts, rice, okra,
yams
Named places after kings
or explorers. Examples:
Jamestown, James River,
Charleston, Plymouth
Gullah – combination of
African and English
language
English laws and form of
government.
Spirituals – music that
combined Christian beliefs
with music traditions.
Music had strong rhythms
Jazz & Blues
Invented banjo
Cajun foods in Louisiana
are spicy and use a lot of
fish
Language
Traditions
Spanish is official language
of Mexico.
Spanish words we use are
tomato, chocolate, rodeo.
Spanish names – San
Francisco, Los Angeles,
California
French is the official
language of Quebec.
Catholic Religion, horses,
bull fighting, Mariachi
band
Catholic Religion,
Louisiana divided into
parishes, laws are based
on French laws. French
fashions were very
popular.
Cajun is spoken in
Louisiana
Words Louisiana, prairie,
bayou
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