Lately, I've heard that they would like to found a Creole
An International Creole
Institute was officially opened on Friday 10th December in the mid-ocean islands of the Seychelles.
were in fact native sons, but not all; the Spanish Crown sometimes appointed creoles
to office in places other than their region of origin, and some creoles
moved to other regions of the Americas in search of opportunity.
Picturing black New Orleans; a Creole
photographer's view of the early twentieth century.
Historical romance offers fascinating introduction to 1846 New Orleans, its passionate Creole
people, and a beguiling Creole
belle named Desiree Bordeaux.
We'll be heading south down the Mississippi to the place where European traditions blend with Caribbean influences, the street names are found in Spanish and French and the Creole
architecture is vibrant with tropical colors.
In all the countries where Spanish is the official language (S), Creoles
are marginal, both in the islands (Cuba, Dominican Republic) and the continent.
In the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, Caribbean English-based Creoles
are the most common nonstandard dialects of English (1) in schools due to the increasing rate of migration from the Anglophone Caribbean.
In New Spain he favored giving more opportunities to Creoles
, thereby cementing bonds of trust and reciprocal interest.
Bound by an editorial convention that should probably change in its wake, Creole
Gentlemen capitalizes the term "Creole
" as if it were an unshakable ethnic affiliation.
The defeat of the formerly "triumphant" Inca kings, in other words, only underscores the glory of the "Spanish Inca," Philip V, to whom creoles
like Peralta--if not the natives, who may of course have interpreted their participation differently (see Dean)--seek to render their devotion in the festival.
Though the Laveaus' ghosts were slippery, Ward was able to conjure up a shimmery image of them and that image was of two strong business-savvy, spiritually powerful Creole
women who lived life to the fullest.
To discover how the Creoles
celebrated the holidays, tour the French Quarter's historic homes.
- there are six of them - and the etouffees - seven in number - form the signature dishes of Mardi Gras, and they deliver what's expected, although one night shrimp creole
It is a well-documented fact that situations where creoles
develop involve several substratum languages and one (or at least one major) superstratum language.