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    • EE. Chapter 11: Voodooism and Mumbo-Jumbo

    • African Americans -- Religion; Voodooism -- Louisiana.
    • The unpublished manuscript "The Negro in Louisiana" is a work begun by the Dillard (University) Project in 1942, an arm of the WPA's Federal Writer's Project. After the dissolution of the unit, Marcus Christian maintained and edited the document in...
    • Navajo woman

    • Dolls
    • 27a: Female adult, Navajo woman, medium brown cloth head and all body, painted features, black hair wig, white yarn tied at the back of the hair, red velvet blouse with bead buttons, leather belt with metallic decorated beads, bead decoration on...
    • Theatre lobby

    • Theaters; Lobbies; People; Audiences
    • A group of amusing opera goers dominate the fore and center ground of the picture plane. They stand against the neoclassical backdrop of the walls six fluted columns. Between each pair of columns there are French doors with fan lights above....
    • Bernard Marigny and Anna Mathilde Morales mortgage, 1836 July 5

    • Free African Americans--Louisiana.; African American women--Louisiana.; Plantation owners--Louisiana.; African American landowners--Louisiana.; Slaveholders--Louisiana.; Land titles--Registration and transfer--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African...
    • Act of mortgage granted by Bernard Marigny and his wife, Anne Mathilde Morales, to the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana. Before Notary Public Théodore Seghers in New Orleans, Marigny and his wife declared that, by an act passed on 1836 June 27, Marigny...
    • European doll

    • Dolls
    • Adult female, bisque head, arms and limbs, blue eyes, light brown curly hair, stuffed fabric body, pink underwear pink under-skirt with ruffle, light blue (faded) brocaded outer garment with front skirt opening, pointed bodice, decolletage collar,...
    • Charles Thorton Butler baptismal certificate, 1844 February 22

    • African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American Catholics--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Indians of North America--Louisiana.
    • Baptismal certificate of Charles Thorton Butler of New Orleans. Father James Lesne, Rector of Saint Anthony's Chapel in New Orleans from 1840-1854, certified that he baptized Charles Thornton Butler, born 1817 May 16 at Lafourche, the legitimate...
    • Council of the First Municipality of New Orleans bonds, 1843 May 8-1844 April 10.

    • Bonds--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African Americans--History--19th century.; African Americans--Legal status, laws, etc.--Louisiana--New Orleans.; New Orleans (La.)--Emigration and...
    • Bonds of free people of color, who were permitted to reside in the First Municipality of New Orleans, 1843 May 8-1844 April 10. Fifty documents bound together. In the decades prior to the Civil War, government officials of Louisiana became more and...
    • Carlos Edward and Juan Pedro baptismal certificates, 1808.

    • Baptismal certificates--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American Catholics--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Cuban Americans--Louisiana.
    • Certificates of baptism for Carlos Edward and Juan Pedro, natural children of Mardi Magdalena Dupuis, a free woman of color of Sainte Dominge, Barracoa, Cuba. In Spanish.
    • Bruno Gireaudeau deposition, 1844 April 13.

    • Depositions--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Mayors--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African Americans--Louisiana--History--19th century.;
    • Deposition of Bruno Gireaudeau who appeared before William Freret, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that he had known Joseph Zeno, a free man of color, also present, for twenty years and that Zeno had been born a free man in New Orleans. The...
    • 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, a creole of Louisiana, appeared before Edgard Montégut, Mayor of New Orleans, and swore that he had known James Moore, a free man of color,...
    • The Vox

    • Radio stations; Universities & colleges; Periodicals
    • Featuring: interviews with the Sticker Guy, the Toothpick Guy, & the Punk Rock Baskin-Robbins Girl, poetry scene update, How To check Yer Oil for Nimrods, How to Make a Turducken, more conspiracy theories from Carl, and more stories from the Cab...
    • Osage Indian doll

    • Dolls
    • Female adult, 20cm, Osage Indian doll, bisque shoulder head on cloth body, bisque forearms and lower limbs, molded and painted dark skin color and features, jointed at shoulder and hips, long human hair breaded with beads, bead decorated head-band,...
    • Venezuelan rag doll

    • Dolls
    • Female adult, 50cm, Venezuelan rag doll, woven stuffed fabric body, embroidered features, blue underwear, golden polka dotted green dirndl skirt, yellow printed cotton blouse with yellow felt collar, beige felt hair covering, gold string necklace,...

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