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Barry Jean Ancelet
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Barry Jean Ancelet is a folklorist with the Center for Louisiana Studies of the University of Southwestern Louisiana. Elemore Morgan, Jr., teaches art at the University of Southwestern Louisiana. This article is excerpted from Musiciens cadiens et creoles! The Makers of Cajun Music, text by Barry Jean Ancelet, photographs by Elemore Morgan, Jr. (University of Texas Press, 1984). (1985)
Mathé Allain, a native of Morocco, is assistant professor of French at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
Barry Jean Ancelet, a native Louisiana Cajun, is director of folklore and folklife at the Center for Louisiana Studies at the same university. Their Anthologie de la Litterature Frangais de Louisiane, a text covering Louisiana French literature from 1682 to the present, is available from Media Louisiane, P.O. Box 3936, Lafayette, LA 70502. Many of the other anthologies and writers’ works in this issue are also distributed by Media Louisiane. In addition, the Center for Louisiana Studies publishes and distributes the works of writers mentioned in this article (P.O. Box 4-0831, Lafayette, LA 70504). (1981)