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Browsing items in: Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Collection

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    • Plat, 1799

    • Favrot family;Plats;Land settlement--Louisiana--History--19th century;Baton Rouge (La.)--History--19th century;
    • Luisiana año 1799, Distrita de Baton Rouge. No. 1245. Plat of land in the Baton Rouge District, for Pedro Favrot, surveyed by Don Carlos Trudeau [i.e. Charles L. Trudeau], surveyor general of Spanish Louisiana. Titulo de 1000 arpanes de Tierra...
    • Letter, 1801 Feb. 9

    • Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 1779-1813; Military deserters--United States; Desertion, Military--United States--History; Louisiana--History--To 1803; Loftis Heights (Miss.); Rapides Parish (La.)--History--19th century
    • Valenten Layssard, was a Spanish army captain at Rapides Post, Louisiana. Letter from Valenten Layssard, Rapides, Louisiana, to Major Pike [i. e. Zebulon M. Pike], the American commandant at Loftis Heights, Mississippi, concerning the return of...
    • Bill, 1801 Feb. 9

    • Invoices--Louisiana; Military deserters--United States; Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 1779-1813; Desertion, Military--United States--History; Rapides Parish (La.)--History--19th century; Loftis Heights (Miss.)
    • Valenten Layssard, was a Spanish army captain at Tapides Post, Louisiana. An itemized list of expenses incurred by Layssard for the capture, guard, and return of American military deserters from the command of Major Pike [i. e. Zebulon M. Pike],...
    • Letter, 1801 Sept. 28

    • DeBlanc, Carlos Luis;Letters;Promissory notes;
    • Letter from Manuel Juan de Salcedo, Spanish governor of Louisiana, 1801-1803, to Carlos de Blanc, ordering de Blanc to inform certain individuals of their obligation to pay promissory notes.
    • Passport, 1801 Nov. 3

    • Walsh, Antonio Patrick;Passports;Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave, Mexico);
    • Passport issued in New Orleans to Antonio P. Walsh, an officer in the Louisiana militia and planter of West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, by Manuel de Salcedo, Spanish governor of Louisiana, 1801-1803, for entrance into Vera Cruz.
    • Certificate, 1801 Nov. 7

    • Certificates;Capuchins--Louisiana;Walsh, Antonio Patrick;Catholic Church--Louisiana;Priests--Louisiana--History--19th century;Catholic men--Religious life;
    • Father Antonio de Sedella of the Capuchin Order, certifies that Antonio P. Walsh, a captain in the colonial Louisiana militia, has performed all duties of the Christian faith during his time in the colony. Certificate was written at New Orleans.
    • Mémoire historique et politique sur la Louisiane

    • Louisiana--History--To 1803; India; Haiti; Corsica (France); French Guiana; Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques, baron de l'Aulne, 1727-1781
    • Mémoire historique et politique sur la Louisiane, par m. de Vergennes, ministre de Louis XVI, accompagné d'un précis de la vie de ce ministre, et suivi d'autres mémoires sur l'Indostan, Saint-Domingue, la Corse et la Guyane.
    • Certificate, 1802 Jan. 19

    • Certificates;Merchants--Louisiana;Merchants--Pennsylvania;Shipping--Louisiana--New Orleans;Roebuck (Ship);New Orleans (La.)--Commerce;Philadelphia (Pa.)--Commerce;
    • Certificate for merchandise shipped on the ship "Roebuck" by Philadelphia merchants, and delivered at the Port of New Orleans for John B. Labatut, a New Orleans merchant.
    • Order, 1802 July 9

    • Orders;Spain--Colonies--Louisiana;Louisiana--History--To 1803;DeBlanc, Carlos Luis;Carrick, Santiago;
    • Order (in Spanish) to Carlos Luis DeBlanc from Manuel de Salcedo, Spanish governor of Louisiana, 1801-1803, to inform Santiago Carrick of his obligation to pay promissory notes, New Orleans.
    • Certification, 1802 Aug. 31

    • Sandoval, Juan;Translators--United States;Indians of North America;Spain--Colonies--Louisiana;Fort of Apalachez;Louisiana--History--19th century;
    • Certification (in Spanish) of the salary of Juan Sandoval, interpreter for the Indians at the Fort of Apalachez; signed by Francisco G. de Arroyo, commissioner of the Spanish Royal Treasury.
    • Letter, [1820 Oct. 21]

    • Conrad, Alfred T. (Thurston);Letters;Conrad family;Women--Louisiana--History--19th century;Family life--Louisiana;Family--Louisiana--History--19th century;Sugar--Manufacture and refining--Louisiana--19th century;Plantation life--Louisiana;Weeks,...
    • Mary C. Conrad Weeks was the wife of David Weeks, sugar planter and builder of Shadows-on-the-Teche plantation in Iberia Parish, La. Before Shadows-on-the-Teche was completed in 1834, the David Weeks purchased Parc Perdu Plantation. Widowed in...
    • Letter, [1820 Oct. 27]

    • Conrad, Alfred T. (Thurston);Letters;Conrad family;Women--Louisiana--History--19th century;Family life--Louisiana;Family--Louisiana--History--19th century;Brothers and sisters;Household supplies--Louisiana--19th century;Fever--Louisiana;Weeks,...
    • Mary C. Conrad Weeks was the wife of David Weeks, sugar planter and builder of Shadows-on-the-Teche plantation in Iberia Parish, La. Before Shadows-on-the-Teche was completed in 1834, the David Weeks purchased Parc Perdu Plantation. Widowed in...
    • Certificate, 1802 Dec. 10

    • Certificates;Louisiana--History, Military--19th century;Soldiers--Louisiana;Louisiana. Militia;Florida Parishes (La.)--History--19th century;Naturalization records--Louisiana;
    • Certificate by Andres Lopes Armesto, Secretary to the Governor of Louisiana and West Florida, that A. P. Walsh was naturalized in 1789 and of his zeal in the performance of duty as an officer in the Louisiana militia. A. P. Walsh was a planter of...

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