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Comparative view of French Louisiana, 1699 and 1762

Comparative view of French Louisiana, 1699 and 1762

the journals ofPierre Le Moyne d"Iberville and Jean-Jacques-Blaise d"Abbadie

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Published by Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette, La .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Le Moyne d"Iberville, Pierre.,
  • Abbadie, Jean-Jacques-Blaise d".,
  • French in Louisiana -- History.,
  • Louisiana -- History -- To 1803.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementtranslated, edited, and annotated by Carl A. Brasseaux.
    SeriesThe USL history series ; no. 13
    ContributionsLe Moyne d"Iberville, Pierre., Abbadie, Jean-Jacques-Blaise d"., Brasseaux, Carl A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF372
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 152 p., (1) leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19184150M

    Louisiana (French: La Louisiane; La Louisiane française) or French Louisiana was an administrative district of New French control to and (nominally) to , the area was named in honor of King Louis XIV, by French explorer René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la originally covered an expansive territory that included most of the drainage basin of the. View contents. View Citation; summary. French colonial Louisiana has failed to occupy a place in the historic consciousness of the United States, perhaps owing to its short duration (–) and its standing outside the dominant narrative of the British colonies in North America. This anthology seeks to locate early Louisiana in its proper.

    The Census Tables for the French Colony of Louisiana from Through Diplomacy of the French Cession The impetus to cede the French colony of Louisiana to the Spanish was the long, expensive conflict of the French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Year's War, between France and Great Britain. Initially, France offered Louisiana to Spain in order to bring Spain into the conflict on the French side.

    The census tables for the French Colony of Louisiana from through by Charles R. Maduell, unknown edition. In this pioneering book Daniel Usner examines the economic and cultural interactions among the Indians, Europeans, and African slaves of colonial Louisiana, including the province of West Florida. Rather than focusing on a single cultural group or on a particular economic activity, this study traces the complex social linkages among Indian villages, colonial plantations, hunting camps.


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A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and the journals of Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville and Jean-Jacques Author: Carl A Abbadie, Jean-Jacques-Blaise; Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne; Brasseaux.

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Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville is the author of A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR STUDENTS Brasseaux, Carl A. (translator and editor) A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and The Journals of Pierre Le Moyne d.

A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and The Journals of Pierre Le Moyne d’Urbervilles and Jean-Jacques-Blaise d’Abbadie (); Jay Higginbotham, trans. and ed., The Journal of Sauvole: Historical Journal of the Establishment of the French in Louisiana by M.

de Sauvole (). Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville Iberville is said to have been the founder of Louisiana. He was commissioned by Louis XIV to secure the claims of La Salle on behalf of France and to explore and colonize the vast Louisiana Territory.

Sieur de Sauvolve No known image of. French colonial Louisiana has failed to occupy a place in the historic consciousness of the United States, perhaps owing to its short duration () and its standing outside the dominant narrative of the British colonies in North America.

This anthology seeks to locate early Louisiana in its proper place, bringing together a broad range of scholarship that depicts a complex and vibrant. A Comparative view of French Louisiana, and the journals of Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville and Jean-Jacques-Blaise d'Abbadie: Les exploits d'Iberville: Gulf journals: Histoire du Chevalier d'Iberville, Historical journal: Les machabees candiens, lu au Cabinet de lecture de Montreal, le 25 janvier Le Moyne de'Operville.

found: A Comparative view of French Louisiana, andc (a.e.) t.p. (Jean-Jacques-Blaise d'Abbadie) p. 84, etc. ; Director-general of Louisiana; d. The First French Settlements, – Following the War of the League of Augsburg (–), Louis XIV of France moved aggressively to expand French territories, and the French minister of the marine Louis de Phélypeaux, Comte de Pontchartrain, secretly made plans to establish French posts in Louisiana.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. This is a compilation of the twenty-eight earliest census records of Louisiana.

Such records have proved time and again to be the foundation and touchstone of modern genealogy. These particular census records cover, at one period or another, Fort Maurepas, Biloxi, Mobile, Natchez, New Orleans, and other locations.

The records are both civilian and military, mainly the former, and they extend. Book Reviews and Conference Reports: Report on Informatics 5: The Analysis of Meaning. ALLC Bulletin A Comparative View of French Louisiana, andby Carl Brasseaux.

Journal of Mississippi History   1. d’Iberville, Pierre Le Moyne, A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and Trans. Carl A Brasseaux (Lafayette: University of Southwestern Louisiana, ) 2.

d’Iberville, A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and A Comparative View of French Louisiana, and The Journals of Pierre LeMoyne d'Iberville and Jean Jacques-Blaise d'Abbadie. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana: Lafayette.

A Comparative View of French Louisiana, The Journals of Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville and Jean-Jacques- Blaise d’Abbadie. The Center for                          Louisiana Studies. Couch, Dora P.,  Daniel J. Carr, and Alex I. Mundigo. Louisiana clerics and administrators, an unhealthy interest in Indian women.

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Brasseaux. Published: Lafayette: Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana,c Call Number: FC65 Long tear to jacket's front panel, held in place now and protected from further damage by a clear Mylar cover. pages with Notes, Bibliographical Essay, and Index.

Map and photo illustrations. Story of the struggle among Spaniards, English, and French for Louisiana in America's early years. In AprilThomas Jefferson wrote; "There is on the globe one single spot, the possessor of which.