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The specific cultural traditions of Native Americans are as diverse as the large number of tribes they represent. Each tribe, as a distinct entity, has developed its own set of unique customs and cultural practices over the course of history. These traditions are an integral part of the way the tribe expresses its spirituality, values, and religious beliefs and they are evident in most aspects of daily life such as language, celebrations, ceremonies, cuisine, and even recreation.


Court Locations

Russell B. Long Federal Building and United States Courthouse
777 Florida Street
Suite 139
Baton Rouge, LA 70801

Clerk's Office General Info:
(225) 389-3500 phone
(225) 389-3501 fax

Electronic Case Filing Helpdesk:
or (225) 389-3552

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Thu, 10/01/2015
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