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Gary, Don Leon. 1973. A Geographical Systems Analysis of the Commercial Crawfish Industry in South Louisiana.
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Gauthier, Barbara Lusco. 1980. Nutrition Knowledge Gained by a Multicultural Sample of LaFourche Parish Second Grade Students Using "Food ... Your Choice".
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