And I did it in map form. Because goddammit I love that city. No joke, brunch at the French Press was one of the best meals of my life.
South Louisiana’s most common surnames are Leblanc, Fontenot, Boudreaux, Richard and Hebert. But in the New Orleans area the most common are Smith, Lewis, Lee, Wilson and Parker. Stark visual evidence of the post-1810 Anglo-Americanization of Louisiana, a trend that (clearly) included Creole New Orleans but mostly skipped the Cajun South Louisiana parishes.
(Source: , via defendneworleans)