Special | 8m 8s
In 1965, Francois Poupart and his wife immigrated from Bordeaux, France to Lafayette, Louisiana in search of a better life. They settled there finding themselves feeling at home because of Lafayette's connection to French culture and language. With Francois' skills as a baker they began a family business that today is still run by his son.
Aired: 02/01/21 |
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S7 Ep1 | 55m 46s | WETA Passport
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