How did Louisiana become french speaking?
Louisiana was once a French colony.
Creole cooking often includes tomatoes, whereas Cajun cooking does not. "Cajun" referred originally to people who came to Louisiana from French-speaking Canada, whereas the Louisiana Creoles are descendants of the original French settlers of Louisiana, and many are of mixed European and African descent.
If a person is said to have Cajun descent, that person is believed to be descended from the Cajuns of Louisiana. These are French-speaking people who came to live in the backwoods of Louisiana after being forcibly removed from the former French colony of Acadia (in what is now Canada) after the French and Indian War in the 1740s.
there is only a French country, which is France. But there are several countries where the French language is spoken, which are French-speaking. The same goes for English and English-speaking: America is not English, but is English-speaking. Well I no that a French speaking country speaks French but not like France. For example:Haiti, and Morrocco are French speaking countries.
The Acadian exiles, French speakers removed by the British from their homes in what is now Canada after the British conquest of New France, were deposited at several locations along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Many of them made their way to Louisiana and were accepted there, in part, because the territory was part of the French Empire and they were French.
In the 1750's the British expelled the French population of Nova Scotia who were known as Acadians. They were given free emigration to other colonies and a large number went to Louisiana, where they became known as "Cajuns." That is why there are many people in Louisiana with French surnames and Louisiana is the only state whose criminal law is based on Napoleonic code and the local governments are parishes, not counties.
There are French-speaking countries on five of the seven continents. There are French-speaking countries in Africa, both Americas, Asia, and Europe. Australia may have French speakers, but it isn't considered a French speaking country. Antarctica has no French-speaking countries on it. But there are French speakers, and an important French station.