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    • Adolphe Gueymard oral history interview, 2005.

    • Gueymard, Adolphe, 1913- --Interviews; Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College—Students; Military education--Louisiana--Baton Rouge; World War, 1939-1945--Europe--Personal narratives, American; World War,...
    • Adolphe Gueymard discusses his family, his attendance and military training at Louisiana State University, and his training after being called to active duty. Gueymard described especially his service in Europe during the war at Normandy, France;...
    • William T. Johnson and family papers. Volume 10, daybook, 1822 February-June.

    • Free African Americans--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American families--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American plantation owners--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American children--Mississippi--Natchez.; Johnson, William T., 1809?-1851--Finance,...
    • The daybook of William T. Johnson, who was a free man of color, contains a record of his daily personal and business transactions between February and June of 1822. The book chiefly documents money spent by William Johnson on horse stables,...
    • Federal Soldier's Letter from Port Hudson, La.

    • Massachusetts Cavalry. 3d Regiment. 1862-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, African American, [Indian, etc.]; African American soldiers; Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863; United States--History--Civil War,...
    • Identified only as Townsend, the writer of this letter appears, from internal evidence, to have served in the 3rd Massachusetts Cavalry, in which blacks were enlisted. Townsend's letter offers evidence of his strong dissatisfaction with the policy...
    • Federal Soldier's Letter from Port Hudson, La.

    • Massachusetts Cavalry. 3d Regiment. 1862-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, African American, [Indian, etc.]; African American soldiers; Port Hudson (La.)--History--Siege, 1863; United States--History--Civil War,...
    • Identified only as Townsend, the writer of this letter appears, from internal evidence, to have served in the 3rd Massachusetts Cavalry, in which blacks were enlisted. Townsend's letter offers evidence of his strong dissatisfaction with the policy...
    • Interview with Sady Courvilee and Preston Manuel

    • Louisiana; Cajuns; Sady Courville Personal Narrative; Preston Manuel Personal Narrative
    • Sady Courville; Preston Manuel; Sady Courville: Comment Sady a commence de jouer la musique; Des Fruges; La musique du violon; Les aires, des contredances, des mazurkas, des breakdowns, des jigs; Le mouchoir sur le plancher; Eraste Courville...
    • Soulié family ledgers, 1847-1855.

    • African American slaveholders--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Finance, Personal.; African American...
    • Account book of the Soulié family, who were free people of color, documenting their business activities from 1847-1855. Includes the accounts of Norbert, Louise, Eulalie, Celeste, and Marie Coralie Soulié. Pages 92 and 240 are not present in...
    • Soulié family ledgers, 1872-1882.

    • Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American plantation...
    • Account book of the Soulié family, who were free people of color, documenting their business activities from 1872-1882. Stock, cash, interest, real estate, business, sugar, and sundry accounts are present for various Soulié family members...
    • William T. Johnson and family papers. Volume 11, daybook, 1830 May-1842 June.

    • Free African Americans--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American families--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American plantation owners--Mississippi--Natchez.; Barbershops--Mississippi--Natchez.; Johnson, William, 1809-1851--Finance, Personal.; African...
    • The daybook of William T. Johnson, a free man of color, contains a record of his daily personal and business expenses in Natchez, Mississippi between May 1830 and June 1842. The book chiefly contains records of money spent on food, clothing,...
    • Metoyer family papers. Manuscript volumes. Volume 6, record book, 1906-1936.

    • Conant, John P., born 1868.; Creoles--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Free African Americans--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; African American businesspeople--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; Commerce--Louisiana--Natchitoches Parish.; African...
    • Record book of John P. Conant is comprised of records for business accounts, personal finances, and a record of family and community marriages and deaths in Natchitoches Parish. A handwritten index is found at the beginning of the book. A loose...
    • Soulié family ledgers, 1843-1849.

    • Account books--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Creoles--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Louisiana--New Orleans.; African American women--Finance, Personal.; Free African Americans--Finance, Personal.; Free African...
    • Account book of the Soulié family, who were free people of color, documenting their business activities from 1843-1849. Included are the accounts of Norbert, Louise, Lucien, Eulalie, Celeste, and Marie Coralie Soulié. Page 208 is not present in...

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