Bayougoula Guides (clouds sunrise+sunset trees ). Photo by llpj04

Bayougoula Guides

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Sunday March 3, 2013

Ponchatoula, LA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: While being guided through the area north of Lake Pontchartrain, Iberville and his men asked their Bayougoula guides the identity of a group on the far bank of a bayou. The guides said these were the mugulashai, meaning the people on the other side (of the bayou). The French then called them the Mugulasha tribe.They were really a band of the Bayougoula people who, like the Houma, were of Choctaw origin


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