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Creole Store is temporarily CLOSED for renovations.
contact the Center for information regarding available products for
purchase during this renovation.
A Creole Documentary -
This program explores the history, development and uniqueness of a
culture and people known today as the Creoles of Cane River. Their story
is told by those who are representative of the renaissance that is
sweeping the Creole communities of Louisiana as well as the Creoles who
have migrated to other communities in the United States. While this film
uses the Cane River Creole region as it focus, it is considered as a
representation of the Creole people nationwide. DVD Format
Producers are four time Emmy award winning filmmaker, Bill Rodman and
executive producer Flo R. Ulmer of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Teacher's Creole Resource CD - $15*
A Teacher Resource CD about the Creole
culture has been developed through participation and feedback from a
two-day Teacher’s Workshop. This resource focuses on the
derivation/history of the Creole culture and its influence on Louisiana
and its connection nationwide. A demonstrated need for this information
within our educational system has been shown by repeated requests to the
Creole Center by educators, researchers and concerned constituents for
accurate reference and teaching materials about the Louisiana Creole
culture and history. The contents of this CD serves to begin to address
*Educational price: $5 ea. for S/H - Must show education affiliation,
i.e. name of school, title, library, etc. FREE copies may be picked
up from the Center's office - Limit: 1/per teacher and/or school.
A Common Pot, Creole Cooking on Cane River - $15
This video chronicles the current practice and meaning of
traditional foodways in the Isle Brevelle community is filled with
beautiful scenes of the people, the food, the church, and the River.
This film tells the story of the Creoles of Cane River who have carried
on food traditions in eight distinct categories that bind them in
memory, family, spiritual welfare and the good of the community.
Included are scholars talking about the history of the people and the
food; along with community “experts” discussing and exhibiting
different cooking methods and traditions. VHS & DVD Format
Are you CERTIFIED CREOLE?
Here is YOUR shirt
Certified Creole Cap - $8
2009 Commemorative Shirt - $12
2008 Commemorative Shirt - $12
Creole Heritage Gumbo Shirt - $15
Recipe is shown on back - See Recipe
Certified Creole Apron - $12
THE Creole Alive & Well Shirt - $10
NATIONAL* CREOLE FLAG
The design, created by Lisa LaCour Bellow, represents the Creole
culture nationwide. The flag is single reverse. Image reads
correctly on one side with 80% show-thru on the reverse and is
grommeted. The image is a teal*
in color printed on a white background. The Flag size is now available in two sizes:
HALF (2'x3') - $12
is a very dark shade of teal on the Full Size version.
*representative of all Creoles across the nation
Alive & Well Cap - $8
Fleur de Lis CREOLE print -
This a limited
edition print from an original design by Tracey.
All prints are numbered and signed. Each print comes in a acid
free 11" x 17" clear vinyl rigid plastic sleeve with hanger.
Creole Family Surnames Shirt -
*Add $2 for plus sizes
(children's size - $12)
Is your CREOLE name listed?
The current SURNAME shirt was created in observance of
the 2006 Creole Heritage Celebration. A call was sent for
submittals of Creole Family surnames. That call was answered with
over 800 submittals all printed on the back of this shirt. -
Click here for LIST
CREOLE CELEBRATIONS - $10
Volume 3, Where the Heck is Slidell?
"Where the Heck is Slidell"
is covered in this booklet through narratives of the community as well
as in pictures. Learn about the area, the people and organizations
keeping the Creole culture alive.
CREOLE CELEBRATIONS - $10
Volume 4, Houston Frenchtown
A look at the
"Frenchtown" region of Houston. This booklet represents Vol.
4 of the Creole Chronicle series and includes a historical view of
this community. Also included is a driving tour of the area with an
associated map. It is further enhanced with colorful photos of the
people and areas discussed.
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Last modified: May 04, 2011