History • Genealogy • Landmarks • Traditions

The AG welcomes  you. If you are interested in making discoveries regarding the history and evolution of Acadiana’s diverse cultures and/or participating in the cultural activities of its people – take the time to explore The AG online at Archive.org and (BOLO) be on the lookout for The  Attakapas Historical Association’s cultural and educational “Traditional Activities Series 2024” – programmed just for you.  We will begin posting the “TradAct” Series on Facebook and Instagram starting in 2024.

There are a broad variety of AG submissions going back to 1966 to explore, including:

Cultural & Educational Activities 
Essays
Scholarly articles
Interviews
Reflections
Literature reviews
Photo essays
Genealogical documents
Oral histories

All past issues from 1966 in the original printed Gazette have been digitized in their original printing and are found on Archive.org and other issues and articles are being added to the menu above.

Let reviewers tell you what they think about the online Attakapas Gazette:

“Fantastic for Genealogists:  I dove into the Attakapas Gazette, and have spent hours happily reading, or research my family tree. Well written articles that provide the source material is hard for me to find, but Attakapas Gazette provides both.”

“A treasure trove for Acadian/early American history buffs:  Not only is this is an invaluable resource for those of us wishing to take a deeper delve into the people and places that comprise our family origins, it’s also just really interesting stuff!”

Also, here are other resources going way back:

• Attakapas Gazette, and St. Mary, St. Martin and Lafayette Advertiser (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 182?-1849

• Attakapas Gazette (St. Martinville, La.), 1824-1826

• Genealogy Bank (Attakapas Gazette (St. Martinville, Louisiana) Newspaper Archives (1825 – 1841))

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