2 edition of Bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of Louisiana found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of Louisiana
Edward Larocque Tinker
|Statement||by Edward Larocque Tinker.|
|LC Classifications||Z6953.5.F8 T6 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||33021150|
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Fascinating and informative chapters in Bibliographic Foundations of French Historical Studies are derived from selected papers which were presented at the annual conference of the Association of the Bibliography of History in conjunction with the American Historical comprehensive book covers a wide variety of topics including Author: Christopher Jimenez. France ceded Louisiana to Spain, after the French and Indian War. Spain took control of Louisiana and began new record-keeping procedures. The Louisiana area was purchased by the United States from France. Although France owned Louisiana between
A Selected Bibliography of Scholarly Literature on Colonial Louisiana and New France. Lafayette, La.: Center for Louisiana Studies, First Families of Louisiana. 2 vols. Baton Rouge: Claitor's Publishing Division, De Ville, Winston. Gulf Coast Colonials: A Compendium of French Families in Early Eighteenth Century Louisiana. Reprint. Dictionary D D'ABBADIE, Jean-Jacques-Blaise, director-general of Louisiana. Born at Château d'Audoux, near Navarrenx, Basses Pyrénées, France, Education: College d'Harcourt, graduated Entered the royal service as a clerk in the lumber-receiving department of the Rochefort naval yard. Served as a royal scribe in the comptroller's office, ; as a clerk in.
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American antiquarian society for October " Contains a "Prologue: French journals and journalists of Louisiana", followed by lists of the publications of (1) New Orleans and (2) the parishes, each with a chronological list and an alphabetical index; the second has also an index by towns.
Notes in supplement to Edward Larocque Tinker's "Bibliography of French newspapers and periodicals of Louisiana." Reprinted from the Louisiana historical quarterly, vol.
18, no. 4 October, Description: 19 pages: Responsibility: by Douglas C. McMurtrie. Louisiana Historical Quarterly. Edward Larocque Tinker (), "Bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of Louisiana" (PDF), Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 42 (Issue also includes other lists related to Louisiana newspapers).English, Book, Illustrated edition: Bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of Louisiana / by Edward Larocque Tinker.
Bibliography of the French Newspapers and Periodicals of Louisiana. (photocopy) “The New Orleans Press and the Reconstruction, Appendix B: Press Convention Organizers, ,” Louisiana Historical Quarterly, v (photocopy) Louisiana Historical Records Survey, Louisiana Newspapers,pp, (photocopy).
Semiweekly, June 8, Began with Mar. 3, issue; ceased in. "First newspaper to be published in La." Cf. Tinker, E.L. bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of La.
Published: La Nouvelle-Orléans: J.B.L.S. Fontaine, In French; some notices in English. Description based on: No 26 (25 août ). Latest issue consulted: No (2 janv. Semiweekly, June 8, Began with Mar.
3, issue; ceased in. "First newspaper to be published in La." Cf. Tinker, E.L. bibliography of the French newspapers and periodicals of La. In French; some notices in English. Description based on: No 26 (25 août ). Microfilm. 24 déc janv. [Gaps] New York: New York Public Library, .
Subject guide to periodicals published in Louisiana on topics of particular interest to the people of this state. - Coverage: - present, updated quarterly - Provided by Dupré Library. Bibliography of the History of Art (website) Index covering European and American visual arts material.
He wrote novels and biographies, many of which had Louisiana settings or focused on people important in 19th century Louisiana. He also published scholarly articles and two important bibliographies: Les Écrits de langue Francaise en Louisiane au XIXe Siècle and Bibliography of the French Newspapers and Periodicals of Louisiana.
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