The text is reprinted (with few changes other than romanization of much of the italics, omission of beginning quotation marks except at the opening of a quoted sentence or paragraph, and the correction of some obvious typographical errors) from the 1866 reprinting of the 1727 edition of Part l and from the 1747 edition of Part 11. She was the half-sister of David Weeks who built The Shadows-On-The-Teche and a half, great-grandaunt of Weeks Hall, the last Master of The Shadows . Appendix II has a copy of the Inventory in her Succession. For nearly fifty years (from 1797 to 1846), she lived on a plantation near Bayou Sara in Louisiana's West Feliciana Parish.And for twenty-five of those years, after the death of her husband, she managed the plantation alone.
He kept journals of most of his trips, and these were printed in papers from St. He was an explorer, scientist, military governor of California, U. Senator, and, first Republican candidate for President.
Between 1842-1853, he mapped and described more of the American West than the famous expedition headed by Meriwether & William Clark.
Although they had, as she said, "begun poor," at the time of her death she owned about a thousand acres and seventy-five slaves.
Not a biography in the conventional sense, Avery O.
By focusing on the life of one woman, Craven brings to light the thoughts, emotions, and attitudes of Louisianians (and other southerners) during this period. At the outbreak of the Mexican War he borrowed money, purchased wagons, and entered the Santa Fe trade.
Rachel of Old Louisiana is a significant addition to the literature on the Old South. François Xavier Aubry (Aubrey) [1824-1854], explorer and merchant, was born near Maskinongé, Quebec, on December 3, 1824, to Joseph and Magdeleine (Lupien) Aubry. He became very successful and was noted for his efficiency and reliability. Louis were accomplished so quickly and accompanied by such dangers that he received much publicity in the nation's press. 21, 1813, was the illegitimate son of a French exile and a Virginia aristocrat.
"Scattered to the Wind" Dispersal and Wanderings of the Acadians, 1755-1809 by Carl A.
Brasseaux - all the extra copies have been sold; and, the Center for Louisiana Studies, Univ. The Madawaska Region takes its name from a small river which falls into the St. It has been occupied since 1785 by Acadian refugees from the expulsion of 1755 and the descendants.
With sections on wetland loss and land subsidence, Roadside Geology of Louisiana is a must-read for understanding the vulnerability of the Mississippi River delta to floods and hurricanes.
First published in 1995, Roadside Geology of Louisiana is back in print by popular demand, with several updated sections.
This book published by the LSU Press is an absorbing account of the rise of a slave to freedom, business success, and high community standing in Natchez - all before 1850.