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Plaque at Spanish Lake (N. of New Iberia on the way to Lafayette) reads:
First known as Lake Flamand for Jean B. Grevenberg, one of the earliest sedttlers in this area; called Lake Tasse by the French because of its round cup shape, later known as Spanish Lake for the Seguras, Romeros, Villatoros and others who lived by its shores.
See Plaques on Félicité and Frédéric Henry Duperier
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