Mardi Gras by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith
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Mardi Gras is a holiday the Cajuns celebrate. Modern Cajuns are descendants of French settlers who now live on the eastern coast of Canada ever since the early 1600s. They are also called Acadians.
Some Acadians moved back to France. Most of the older Acadians know how to speak French, but some young people have never learned it.
During Mardi Gras, Acadians like to dress in colorful costumes. They even make their own masks. Music is also a very important part of their culture.
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