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    • Edgard Montégut depositions, 1844 August 9.

    • Depositions--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans. African Americans--History--19th century.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • Depositions of Louis Deslondes and Rafaël Mans on behalf of James Moore of New Orleans. Louis Deslondes, described as a free man of color and Creole of Louisiana, appeared before Edgard Montégut, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that he had known...
    • William Freret depositions, 1842 January 29.

    • African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans. Depositions--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Legal documents.
    • Depositions of John Lewis and Louis Deslondes on behalf of John Hickman of New Orleans. John Lewis, a free man of color, and Louis Deslondes appeared before William Freret, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that John Hickman, a free man of color,...
    • Beltran Gravier petition, before 1797

    • Spanish--Louisiana--History--18th century.; Women landowners--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African Americans--History--18th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans. African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Land...
    • Petition submitted by mayor Beltran Gravier (i.e., the elder), to [the Governor of the Province of Louisiana?]. Gravier submitted a petition in connection with a suit that he had instituted against Maria San Juan, who is described as a free negro....
    • Eugène Dumez letter, 1864 December 16

    • Vignaud, Henry, 1830-1922.; Presidents--United States--Election--1864.; Public relations--Confederate States of America.; News agencies--Confederate States of America.; French newspapers--Louisiana.; United States--History--Civil War,...
    • Letter from Eugène Dumez, St. John the Baptist Parish, La., to Henry Vignaud states that Lincolns reelection means a continuation of the war. He reveals in detail a plan to assist the Southern cause: Establishing in Washington, D.C., daily...

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