Clyde Billiot

Golden Meadow, Louisiana

United Houma Nation
“We loved swimming, playing in the bayou, climbing my aunt and uncles trees. Can’t go wrong. We used play sticks, where you take a stick and throw it and see wherever it lands. We used to play that a lot.”
“ It means when you get together you are a group. You stand for one. It sounds like a whole bunch of different people, but you stand for one.”

“There is no place like home. I’ve been all over the United States and even outside of the United States and there’s nothing like coming home to Louisiana. I don’t know if it’s smelling the muddy water and seeing those oak trees and knowing that you’re home.”