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The Creoles of Louisiana

Title: The Creoles of Louisiana
Author: Cable, George Washington, 1844-1925.
City of Publication: New York
Publisher: Scribner's
Date: 1884
Page Count: ix, 320 p.: ill., facsims., maps, plan, ports.

Table of Contents:

Contents
Map of Louisiana
I. Who are the Creoles?
II. French founders
III. The Creoles' City
IV. African slaves and Indian wars
V. The new generation
VI. The first Creoles
VII. Praying to the King
VIII. Ulloa, Aubry, and the Superior Council
IX. The insurrection
X. The price of half-convictions
XI. Count O'Reilly and Spanish laws
XII. Spanish conciliation
XIII. The American Revolution on the Gulf side
XIV. Spanish New Orleans
XV. How bore made sugar
XVI. The Creoles sing the Marseillaise
XVII. The Americans
XVIII. Spain against fate
XIX. New Orleans sought--Louisiana bought
XX. New Orleans in 1803
XXI. From subjects to citizens
XXII. Burr's Conspiracy
XXIII. The West Indian cousin
XXIV. The pirates of Barataria
XXV. Barataria destroyed
XXVI. The British invasion
XXVII. The Battle of New Orleans
XXVIII. The end of the pirates
XXIX. Faubourg Ste. Marie
XXX. A hundred thousand people
XXXI. Flush times
XXXII. Why not bigger than London
XXXIII. The school-master
XXXIV. Later days
XXXV. Inundations
XXXVI. Sauve's crevasse
XXXVII. The days of pestilence
XXXVIII. The Great Epidemic
XXXIX. Brighter skies

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Advise if you would like a copy of either of these chapters. Will post as a pdf file for your download.

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