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A couple of seminal ones, of course, is Gwen Hall even though it's about the state, but it's really about New Orleans, and Daniel Usner's book on Indians, Settlers, and Slaves in a Frontier Exchange society. Larry: Absolutely.

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You didn't realize the role of women, and writing about women during this period is pretty doggone hard, because the sources are not as plentiful as they are for white males, European males. It's much more complicated than that, and to be understood, the background of the Saint-Domingue exiles.

African Americans Abandoned Cemeteries in St. Helena, Louisiana

Larry : Yes, she has. Everything she does is top-notch and a touch of the first-class scholar.

Bounded Lives, Bounded Places: Free Black Society in Colonial New Orleans, 1769-1803

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Colonial New Orleans. Larry Powell. Kimberly Hanger. Shannon Lee Dawdy. Eberhard Faber. Ned Sublette. Marc Antoine Caillot.

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Erin Greenwald. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall. Chapter 1, "Avenues to Freedom," is especially effective in describing the often intricate mechanisms through which New Orleans blacks acquired freedom. Subsequent chapters discuss work and property accumulation, family and kinship ties, militia service, and cultural and political activities.

Spanish Historiography and the Interregnum in Louisiana (): a Case of (Voluntary) Amnesia?

Each chapter contributes to Hanger's overarching thesis: that Louisiana's Spanish colonial period nurtured the emergence of a distinctive free black community with a Author: Mitch Kachun. Date: June 22, Document Type: Book review.

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