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    • Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, 1832 Sep. 22

    • Rabars, Charles deily; Doussan, Auguste Alexandre; Doussan, Louise Perrin; Doussan, Antoine J.; Bordeaux (France)--History--19th Century; Baton Rouge (La.)--History--19th Century; New Orleans (La.)--History--19th Century; France--Politics and...
    • (Brun?), September 22, 1832, Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan in Baton Rouge, 'État de la Nlle. Orléans.' De Rabars deplores the sociopolitical situation in France and mentions the advance of cholera in the Bordeaux area as well as the...
    • Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, 1831 Mar. 12

    • Rabars, Charles deily; Doussan, Auguste Alexandre; Libourne (France)--History--19th Century; Paris (France)--History--19th Century; Bordeaux (France)--History--19th Century; Emigrants and Immigrants--Louisiana--19th Century; France--Politics and...
    • (Written at 'Brun' ?), Mailed from Libourne, France, March 12, 1831, Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, Rue Cloître St. Benoît, Paris. De Rabars wants Auguste to spend time in the Bordeaux area before Auguste leaves France for Louisiana. ...
    • Joseph Maison oral proceeding, 1768 February 1.

    • Colonial administrators--Louisiana--New Orleans--History--18th century.; French--Louisiana--History--18th century.; African Americans--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans. Land tenure--Louisiana--New Orleans.;...
    • A certified copy of the procès-verbal (proceeding) concerning the attempt by Joseph Maison, bailiff of the Superior Council of Louisiana, to seize the property of Villars Dubreuil in New Orleans. In accordance with the Superior Council's orders of...
    • Jean Baptiste emancipation record, 1788 August 1.

    • African Americans--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Slave records--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Slaves--Emancipation--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Forstal, Nicholas, born...
    • A legal document granting liberty to Jean Baptiste, described as a mulatto, after the death of his master, François Marine. The document is in French and is notarized by Nicolas Forstal.
    • Marguerite emancipation record, 1788 February 3.

    • African Americans--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Slave records--Louisiana--Opelousas.; Slaves--Emancipation--Louisiana--Opelousas.; De Villiers, Joseph, born 1747.; Women slaves--Louisiana--Opelousas.;...
    • A legal document in which Joseph de Villiers grants liberty to his slave, Marguerite, who is described as a mulatto. In French.
    • L. Durand letter, 1783 August 11.

    • Louisiana--History--18th century.; Free blacks--Haiti.; Letters.; Cap-Haïtien (Haiti); Haitians--Louisiana.
    • A letter by L. Durand to his sister Géneviévé Voyart, who is described as a free mulatress living in Cap (possibly Cap-Français, now called Cap-Haïtien). In the letter, Durand discusses his safe arrival in Louisiana and inquires after family and...
    • Hospital de San Lazaro document, 1801.

    • Spanish--Louisiana--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans. Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Colonial administrators--Louisiana--New Orleans--History--18th century.; Leprosy--Hospitals--Louisiana--New Orleans.;...
    • Account by Juan Castanedo, mayordomo de proprios for New Orleans, on the income and expenses of the San Lazaro leper colony. Four of the five nurses are free people of color. In Spanish.
    • Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, 1830 Aug. 6

    • Rabars, Charles de; Doussan, Auguste Alexandre; Bordeaux (France)--History--19th Century; Paris (France)--History--19th Century; Male Friendship--France--19th Century; France--Politics and Government--18th Century, 19th Century
    • Barège, France, August 6, 1830, Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan at Hôtel des Abeilles, Paris. De Rabars is concerned about Auguste in the wake of the July Revolution of 1830 in Paris and wonders if Auguste is even in the city. De Rabars is...
    • Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, 1828 Aug. 4

    • Rabars, Charles de; Doussan, Auguste Alexandre; Bordeaux (France)--History--19th Century; Paris (France)--History--19th Century; Baton Rouge (La.)--History--19th Century; France--Politics and Government--18th Century, 19th Century;...
    • Bordeaux, France, August 4, 1828, Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan at Hôtel des Abeilles, Paris. De Rabars had received a letter from Auguste's brother dated June 14, Baton Rouge. Auguste's brother's wife has been ill since her mother's...
    • Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, 1831 Jan. 7

    • Rabars, Charles de; Doussan, Auguste Alexandre; Doussan, Antoine J.; French Americans--Louisiana; Bordeaux (France)--History--19th Century; Paris (France)--History--19th Century; Libourne (France)--History--19th Century; France--Politics and...
    • Bordeaux, January 7, 1831, Charles de Rabars to Auguste Doussan, Rue du Cloître Saint Benoît, Paris. De Rabars mentions that people have been suffering from political events and financial reversals. He is going to spend time in the country near...
    • Jean Claude Trénonay to Joseph Allard Duplantier, 1790 Mar. 11

    • Duplantier, Armand, 1753-1827.; French--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Colonists--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Plantation owners--Louisiana--Pointe Coupee Parish.; Louisiana--Economic conditions--18th century.
    • Claude Trénonay, Pointe Coupée, adresses Joseph Allard Duplantier, « Député aux états généraux, » Paris, France. Duplantier receives the correspondence at another Mr. Trénonay's address in Paris. The addresser congratulates the addressee on being...
    • Jean Claude Trénonay to Gabrielle Trénonay Duplantier, 1777 Apr. 01

    • Duplantier, Armand, 1753-1827.; Duplantier, Augustine Gerard, 1762-1799.; French--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Colonists--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Arranged marriage--Louisiana.; Plantation owners--Louisiana--Pointe Coupee Parish.;...
    • Claude Trénonay, Pointe Coupée, writes his sister, Gabrielle Duplantier, about sending her son Armand to Louisiana, where the writer hopes to marry his nephew to his stepdaughter, Augustine Gérard, and to provide for the couple. Trénonay states...
    • Jean Claude Trénonay to Gabrielle Trénonay Duplantier, 1781 Mar. 30

    • Duplantier, Armand, 1753-1827.; French--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Colonists--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Plantation owners--Louisiana--Pointe Coupee Parish.; Louisiana--Economic conditions--18th century.; Pensacola...
    • Claude Trénonay, Pointe Coupée, writes his sister, Gabrielle Duplantier, to announce the arrival of her son Armand Duplantier in Louisiana. He speaks of economic conditions in the colony and of plans to attack Pensacola, Florida. He mentions the...
    • Jean Claude Trénonay to Joseph Allard Duplantier, 1792 Feb. 04

    • Duplantier, Armand, 1753-1827--Family.; France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799.; Louisiana--Economic conditions--18th century.; Louisiana--Politics and government--To 1803.; French--Family relationships--Louisiana.; Colonists--Family...
    • Claude Trénonay, Pointe Coupée, writes Joseph Allard Duplantier, Voiron, France, whom the addresser mentions as having been at Versailles. Trénonay claims that he has kept up with the French Revolution and the new constitution (which he praises...
    • Cabildo

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Municipal government--Louisiana--New Orleans--18th century;Cabildo (New Orleans, La.);Columns, Doric;Columns, Ionic;
    • Exterior view of arches and columns of the Cabildo in Jackson Square New Orleans, Louisiana.
    • Cabildo

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Municipal government--Louisiana--New Orleans--18th century;Cabildo (New Orleans, La.);Columns, Doric;Columns, Ionic;
    • Exterior view of the Cabildo in Jackson Square New Orleans, Louisiana, includes arches and columns.
    • Cabildo

    • Historic buildings;Architecture;Municipal government--Louisiana--New Orleans--18th century;Cabildo (New Orleans, La.);Columns, Doric;Columns, Ionic;
    • Exterior view of the Cabildo in Jackson Square New Orleans, Louisiana.

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