JEAN LAFITTE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK COLLECTION

 

 

(Mss 144)

 

 

Inventory

 

 

Earl K. Long Library

University of New Orleans

 

August 1997

 

 

Contents

 

 

Summary

 

Series, Subseries, and Descriptions

 

Container List

 

Index Terms

 

Procedures for Requesting Special Collections Materials

 

 

 

Summary

 

 

Size:                          18 linear feet

 

Geographic

locations:                 Southern Louisiana

 

Inclusive dates:      1774-1983

 

Bulk dates:              1976-1982

 

Summary:                Source materials collected by National Park Service to document historical and cultural aspects of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park.

 

                                    Though mainly of recent origin, materials pertain to period 1774 to 1982.

 

                                    Audiotapes and videotapes of interviews with area residents about their social, economic, and cultural life; documents (originals and copies) pertaining to fortifications and other sites; one candle mold.

 

Related

collections:              Jean Lafitte National Historical Park Collection, Addendum 1 (Mss 171); Jean Lafitte National Historical Park Collection, Addendum 2; (Mss 287); Jean Lafitte National Historical Park Collection, Addendum 3 (Mss 294)

 

Source:                     Deposit, 1982

 

Access:                     No restrictions

 

Copyright:                Physical rights are retained by the Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans.

 

Citation:                    Jean Lafitte National Historical Park Collection, Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans

 

 

 

Series, Subseries, and Descriptions

 

 

Series I.         Audiotapes, 1976-1982

 

                        Subseries I.1:          Interviews with Isleñõs, 1976-1981

 

                        Interviews, mainly with Isleños, conducted by Samuel G. Armistead.  Names and numbers in parenthesis were assigned by the National Park Service.  There appear to be variances in spellings of narrator names.

 

                        Subseries I.2:          Spanish linguistics and folklore, 1982

 

                        Spanish linguistic and folklore materials recorded in Natchitoches, Sabine, Assumption, and St. Bernard Parishes, March 1982.

 

                        Subseries I.3:          New Orleans ethnic music, 1981

 

 

Series II.        Videotapes, 1980-1983

 

                        Subseries II.1:         Spanish linguistics and folklore, 1982

 

                        Spanish linguistic and folklore materials recorded in Natchitoches, Sabine, Assumption, and St. Bernard Parishes, March 1982.

 

                        Subseries II.2:         Interviews with Isleños, 1982

 

                        Interviews with Isleños conducted by Andy Kolker.

 

                        Subseries II.3:         Interviews with Slavic Americans, [198-?]

 

                        Interviews with Slavic Americans in Plaquemines Parish.

 

                        Subseries II.4:         Miscellaneous interviews, [198-?]

 

                        Subseries II.5:         Doyle Gertjejansen making and firing Tchefuncte pottery, 1982-1983

 

                        UNO Professor of Fine Arts Doyle Gertjejansen making and firing Tchefuncte pottery at Big Oak Island.

 

 

Series III.       Fort study by Jerome A. Greene, 1774-1980

 

            Fort study prepared by Jerome A. Greene of the National Park Service.  Files include original documents, copies of documents, maps, microfilm, notes, photographs and government documents.

 

            Subseries III.1:        General fort studies, 1812-1981

 

            Subseries III.2:        Delta fort studies, 1774-1980

 

 

 

Container List

 

 

Series I.  Audiotapes, 1976-1982

 

                        Subseries I.1: Interviews with Isleños, 1976-1981

 

                        Interviews, mainly with Isleños, conducted by Samuel G. Armistead.  Names and numbers in parenthesis were assigned by the National Park Service.  There appear to be variances in spellings of narrator names.

 

144-1              Oline Loland, Brulie Sacramento, 12/13/80 (LA 1.1)

 

144-2              Errin Perez, [19--] (LA 2.1)

 

144-3              Alex Nuñez, [19--] (LA 2.2)

 

144-4              Errin Perez, [19--] (LA 3.1)

 

144-5              Errin Perez, [19--] (LA 3.2)

 

144-6              I. Perez, [19--] (LA 4.1)

 

144-7              I. Perez, [19--] (LA 4.2)

 

144-8              I. Perez, [19--] (LA 5.1)

 

144-9              Chelito Campo, 12/19/80 (LA 5.2)

 

144-10            Chelo Campo, 12/19/80 (LA 6a.1)

 

144-11            Chelo Campo, 12/19/80 (LA 6a.2)

 

144-12            Chelo Campo, 12/19/80 (LA 6b.1)

 

144-13            Chelito, 12/19/80 (LA 6b.2); Martin Alfonso, 12/20/80 (LA 6b.2)

 

144-14            M. Altonso, 12/20/80 (LA 7.1)

 

144-15            M. Altonso, 12/20/80 (LA 7.2)

 

144-16            M. Altonso, 12/20/80 (LA 8.1)

 

144-17            Chelo Campo, 12/21/80 (LA 8.2)

 

144-18            Chelo Campo, 12/21/80 (LA 9.1)

 

144-19            Chelo Campo, 12/21/80 (LA 9.2)

 

144-20            C. Carupo, 12/21/80 (LA 10.1)

 

144-21            Charley Robin, 76 yrs., 12/26/80 (LA 11.1)

 

144-22            Charley Robin, 12/26/80 (LA 11.2)

 

144-23            Nicholas “Chico” Gonzalez, 12/26/80 (LA 12.1)

 

144-24            Nicholas Gonzalez, 12/26/80 (LA 12.2)

 

144-25            Irvan Perez, 12/27/80 (LA 13.1)

 

144-26            Irvan Perez, 12/27/80 (LA 13.2)

 

144-27            Joe Lopez, 12/27/80 (LA 14.1)

 

144-28            Joe Lopez, 12/27/80 (LA 14.2)

 

144-29            Antonio Labrana, 12/28/80 New Orleans (LA 15.1)

 

144-30            Antonio Labrana, 12/28/80 (LA 15.2)

 

144-31            Celestino Gouzelez, 12/28/80 Arzbi [sic] (LA 16.1)

 

144-32            Celestino Gouzelez, 12/28/80 Arzbi [sic] (LA 16.2)

 

144-33            Lilly Lopez, Maria Martinez, Julie Shields, 12/29/80 (LA 17.1)

 

144-34            Lilly Lopez et al., 12/29/80 (LA 17.2)

 

144-35            Lilly Lopez et al., 12/29/80 (LA 18.1)

 

144-36            Lilly Lopez, 12/29/80 (LA 18.2)

 

144-37            Lilly Lopez et al., 12/29/80 (LA 20.1)

 

144-38            Lilly Lopez et al., 12/29/80 (LA 20.2)

 

144-39            Augustina Gonzalez Fabe, 12/30/80 (LA 21.1)

 

144-40            Augustina Gonzalez Fabe, 12/30/80 (LA 21.2)

 

144-41            Miguel Perez, 12/30/80 (LA 22.1)

 

144-42            Miguel Perez, [19--] (LA 22.2)

 

144-43            Marcial Nuñez, 12/31/80 (LA 23.1)

 

144-44            Marcial Nuñez, 12/30/80 (LA 23.2)

 

144-45            Marcela Couture, [19--] (LA 24.1)

 

144-46            Marcela Couture, [19--] (LA 24.2)

 

144-47            Marcela Couti, 1/2/81; Samuel Smith, 1/2/81 (LA 25.1)

 

144-48            Samuel Johnson, 1/2/81; Chelito Campo, 1/4/81 (LA 25.2)

 

144-49            Chelito Campo, 1/4/81 (LA 26.1)

 

144-50            Chelito Campo, [19--] (LA 26.2)

 

144-51            Tony Serigne & Josephine, 1/4/81 (LA 27.1)

 

144-52            Tony Serigne, [19--] (LA 27.2)

 

144-53            Anthony & Josephine Serigne, 1/4/81 (LA 28.1)

 

144-54            Anthony & Josephine Serigne, 1/4/81 (LA 28.2)

 

144-55            Emilio Robin - Acquired 1/4/81, Recorded by Chelo Campo (LA 29.1)

 

144-56            Chelito Campo - Acquired 1/4/81, tells about families in LA. Islz [sic] (LA 29.2)

 

144-57            Chelito, 1/4/80 (LA 30.1)

 

144-58            Chelito Campo - Acquired 1/4/81, Davis Johnson 1/5/81; Lilita Melerine, 1/5/81 (LA 30.2)

 

144-59            Lilly Melerine, 1/5/81 (LA 31.1)

 

144-60            Lilly Melerine, 1/5/81; Manuel Romero, 1/5/81; I. Perez 1/15/81 (LA 31.2)

 

144-61            Irvan Perez, 1/5/81 (LA 32.1)

 

144-62            Irvan Perez, 1/5/81 (LA 32.2)

 

144-63            I. Perez 1/5/81 (LA 33.1)

 

144-64            I. Perez 1/5/81 (LA 33.2)

 

144-65            Chelo Campo, 1/6/81; Maria Asseuedo, 1/6/81 (LA 34.1)

 

144-66            Maria Asseuedo, 1/6/81 (LA 34.2)

 

144-67            Maria Asseuedo, 1/6/81 (LA 35.2)

 

144-68            Carmelita Alfonso, 1/6/81 (LA 35.2)

 

144-69            Carmelita Alfonso, 1/6/81;  Meeting (F. Fernandez) 1/7/81 (LA 36.1)

 

144-70            I. Perez, F. Fernandez Meeting, 1/7/81 (LA 36.2)

 

144-71            Ben Acosta, 2/25/81 (LA 37.1)

 

144-72            Laura Melerine Perez, Joe Garcia 2/26/81 (LA 37.2)

 

144-73            Laura Melerine Perez, 2/26/81; Joe Garcia, Melvyn Perez (LA 38.1)

 

144-74            Laura Melerine Perez, 2/26/81; Joe Garcia, Melvyn Perez (LA 38.2)

 

144-75            Eva Fernandez, 84 years; Irena Gonzalez, 80 years Nisha Garcia, 77 years. 2/27/81 (LA 39.1)

 

144-76            Irena Gonzalez, Nisha Garcia, [19--] (LA 39.2)

 

144-77            Irena Gonzalez, 80 years; Leona Garcia, 77 years, [19--] (LA 40.1)

 

144-78            Adam Hernandez, 78; Manuel Cavalier, 78, 3/15/81 (LA 41.1)

 

144-79            Manuel Cavalier, 78 years, 3/15/81 (LA 41.2)

 

144-80            Manuel Cavalier, 78 years, 3/15/81; Celestin Cavalier (LA 42.1)

 

144-81            Aeolus Martinez, 67, 3/15/81 (Donaldsonville); Dominque Cavalier and his wife Emma (Napoleon­ville), 3/16/81 (LA 42.2)

 

144-82            Dominque Cavalier, Enaul Millien, 57, 3/17/81 (LA 43.1)

 

144-83            Enaul Millien, [19--] (LA 43.2)

 

144-84            Manuel Aleman, 3/17/81; Marco Asseuedo (Hopedale) 3/19/81 (LA 44.1)

 

144-85            Marco Asseuedo (Hopedale), [19--] (LA 44.2)

 

144-86            Joe Asseuedo, Ysiloskey [sic], 3/19/81 (LA 45.1)

 

144-87            Joe Asseuedo, Ysiloskey [sic], 3/19/81, (LA 45.2)

 

144-88            Shell Beach: Martin Campo and Marcia Nuñez, [19--] (LA 46.1)

 

144-89            Shell Beach, [19--] (LA 46.2)

 

144-90            St. Bernard, John Rubin, [19--] (LA la 1.1)

 

144-91            St. Bernardo, John Rubin, [19--] (LA la 1.2)

 

144-92            St. Bernard, [19--] (LA 2a 2.1)

 

144-93            Lilly Melerine, Chelo Campo (LA 2a 2.2)

 

144-94            St. Bernard, 10/26/75 (LA 3a 3.1)

 

144-95            St. Bernard, 10/26/75 (LA 3a 3.2)

 

144-96            Pauline Diaz, 3/27/76 (LA I)

 

144-97            Modie de Decimae (Decime Night), 3/24/76 (LA I)

 

144-98            Decime Night, 3/24/76 (LA II)

 

144-99            Casito (Nicolas) Peres, 3/28/76 (LA II)

 

144-100         Casito Perez, wife-Chica, 3/28/76 (LA III)

 

144-101         Martin Alfonso “Casito up to 20 on fight,” 3/28/76 (LA III)

 

144-102         Martin Alfonso, 3/28/76 (LA IV)

 

144-103         Martin Alfonso, 3/28/76 (LA IV)

 

144-104         Martin Alfonso, 3/28/76 (LA V)

 

144-105         Martin Alfonso, 3/28/76 (LA V)

 

144-106         Martin Alphonso, “Alvis Cavilier at end,” 3/28/76 (LA VI)

 

144-107         “Alvis Cavalier at beginning,” Celestin Cavayero [19--] (LA VI)

 

144-108         Celestin Cavalier, Front Skattry, [19--] (LA VII)

 

144-109         Celestin Cavalier, Front Skattry, [19--] (LA VII)

 

144-110         Celestin Cavalier, Adam Mardinez, [19--] (LA VIII)

 

144-111         Adam Martinez, [19--] (LA VIII)

 

144-112         Adam Hernandez, 3/29/76 (LA IX)

 

144-113         Adam Martines, Burly Capite, Peter Rodriguez (White Castle Road), 3/29/76 (LA X)

 

144-114         Albert “Jack” Sanchez (White Castle), [19--] (LA XI)

 

144-115         Albert Sanchez (White Castle), [19--] (LA XI)

 

144-116         Adam Hernandez, Belle Rose (Assumption), [19--] (LA XI)

 

            Subseries I.2: Spanish linguistics and folklore, 1982

 

            Spanish linguistic and folklore materials recorded in Natchitoches, Sabine, Assumption, and St. Bernard Parishes, March 1982.

 

144-117         Wesley Martinez, 3/14/82 (LA 47.2)

 

144-118         Wesley Martinez, 3/14/82 (LA 47.2)

 

144-119         Wesley Martinez, 3/14/82 (LA 48.1)

 

144-120         Wesley Martinez, 3/14/82 (LA 48.1)

 

144-121         Wesley and Sarah Martinez, 3/15/82 (LA 49.1)

 

144-122         Wesley and Sarah Martinez, 3/15/82 (LA 49.1)

 

144-123         Mr. & Mrs. Buddy Bustamento, Spanish Lake, 3/16/82; Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Martinez, Coon Ridge, 333/17/82 (LA 50.1)

 

144-124         Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Martinez, 3/17/82 (LA 50.2)

 

144-125         Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Martinez, 3/17.82; Irvan Perez 3/20/82. (LA 51.1)

 

144-126         Irvan Perez, 3/20/82; Chelito Campo, 3/21/82 (LA 51.2)

 

144-127         Manuel Cavalier, Belle Rose, 3/19/82 (LA 52.1)

 

144-128         Manuel Cavalier, Belle Rose, 3/19/82; Irvan Perez, 3/10/82 (LA 52.2)

 

144-129         Chelito, 3/21/82 (LA 53.2)

 

144-130         Chelito, 3/21/82; Irvan 3/23/82, (LA 53.2)

 

144-131         Leoutine Rohin, 3/23/82; Chica Perez, 3/23/82 (LA 54.1)

 

144-132         Chica Perez, 3/23/82 (LA 54.2)

 

144-133         Chica Perez, 3/23/82 (LA 55.1)

 

144-134         Malvina Perez (“Chica”), 3/23/82 (LA 55.2)

 

144-135         I. Perez, 3/23/82; Josephine Acosta (Reggio) 3/24/82 (LA 56.1)

 

144-136         Josephine Acosta, 3/24/82; Martin Alfonso, 3/26/82 (LA 56.2)

 

144-137         Louis Baudoin, Bayou Gauche, 3/25/82 (LA 57.1)

 

144-138         Louis Baudoin (Brulie Article), 3/15/82; Martin Alfonso, 3/26/82 (LA 57.2)

 

144-139         Martin Alfonso, 3/26/82 (LA 58.1)

 

144-140         Martin Alfonso, 3/26/82 (LA 58.2)

 

            Subseries I.3: New Orleans ethnic music, 1981

 

                        Don Marshall, vendor copyright.

 

144-141         Danny Barker, 5/15/81 (14)

 

144-142         Harold Batiste, 4/27/81 (13)

 

144-143         Al Farrel, 3/29/81 (12)

 

144-144         Shirley Goodman, 4/2/81 (11)

 

144-145         Waldron “Frog” Joseph, 3/21/81 (10)

 

144-146         Earl King, 3/18/81 (9)

 

144-147         Warren Miles, 3/22/81 (7)

 

144-148         Leo Nocentelle, [19--] (5)

 

144-149         Al Pecora, 3/7/81 (4)

 

144-150         James Rivers, 5/28/81 (2)

 

144-151         Dave “Fat Man” Williams, 3/20/81 (1)

 

 

Series II.  Videotapes, 1980-1983

 

            Subseries II.1: Spanish linguistics and folklore, 1982

 

            Spanish linguistic and folklore materials recorded in Natchitoches, Sabine, Assumption, and St. Bernard Parishes, March 1982.

 

144-152         Interviews conducted by Jerry Coburn with Bucktown (La.) residents, 1980, 1981 (4 cassettes).

 

                        Interviews and jam sessions conducted by Stevenson Palfie and Professor Longhair, Tuts Washington, and Alan Tousaint.

 

144-153         Interview with Professor Longhair, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #2)

 

144-154         Interview with Professor Longhair, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #3)

 

144-155         Interview with Professor Longhair, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #4); Tape #32 Performance by Tuts Washington)

 

144-156         Interview with Tuts Washington, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #5)

 

144-157         Interview with Tuts Washington, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #6)

 

144-158         Rehearsal, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #7)

 

144-159         Rehearsal, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #8)

 

144-160         Interview #1 with Alan Toussaint, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #10)

 

144-161         Interview #2 with Alan Toussaint, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #11)

 

144-162         Wake #2, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #21)

 

144-163         Wake #3, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #22)

 

144-164         Performance of Tuts Washington, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #31)

 

144-165         Performance of Tuts Washington, [19--] (Boogie Woogie X Three Series, Tape #32)

 

            Subseries II.2: Interviews with Isleños, 1982

 

            Interviews with Isleños conducted by Andy Kolker.

 

144-166         Oystering with Louis Molero, Sr. and Jr., Part I: Leaving Shell Beach, Martin Campo remembers the railroad and dredging for oysters, [19--] (1)

 

144-167         Oystering with Louis Molero, Sr. and Jr., [19--] Part II: dredging for oysters and sacking oysters, [19--] (2)

 

144-168         Martin Campo in outboard oyster boat “Capt. Jim” St. Malo, Louis Molero, Sr. sewing nets, [19--] (3)

 

144-169         Fort Proctor; returning to Yscloskey; Frank Camp and group telling hunting stories, [19--] (4)

 

144-170         Interview with Charles Robin (in Spanish), [19--] Part 1 (5)

 

144-171         Interview with Charles Robin (in Spanish), [19--] Part II (6)

 

144-172         Nick Gonzales outside, with nutria skins, wife Edna on balcony, [19--] (7)

 

144-173         Nick and Edna Gonzales inside their home in Yscloskey, [19--] (8)

 

144-174         Nick and Edna Gonzales (part 3); Irvan Perez showing duck decoys (in English and Spanish), [19--] (9)

 

144-175         Irvan Perez talks about duck decoys and sings decimas, [19--] (10)

 

144-176         Irvan Perez: more decimas; proverbs, [19--] (11)

 

144-177         Yscloskey scenes; trapping with Irvan Perez; leaving Delacroix, [19--] (12)

 

144-178         With Irvan Perez on flatboat; marsh scenes; talk of wetlands and beginning trapping, [19--] (13)

 

144-179         Irvan Perez trapping muskrats, [19--] (14)

 

144-180         The end of trapping with Irvan Perez; marsh scenes; Delacroix Island, [19--] (15)

 

144-181         Irvan Perez skinning rats, singing decimas and talking about trapping, [19--] (16)

 

144-182         Julia Melerine Shields, Lilly Silvera Rayburn and Marie Molvero Martinez talk and tell stories. (Part 1), [19--] (17)

 

144-183         Julia Melerine Shields, Lilly Silvera Rayburn and Maria Molero Martinez talk about hurricanes (Part 2), [19--] (18)

 

144-184         Interview with Manuel Perez, [19--] (19)

 

144-185         Michael Nuñez interviewed in Spanish (Part 1), [19--] (20)

 

144-186         Michael Nuñez interviewed in Spanish (Part 2), [19--] (21)

 

144-187         Shell Beach at the end of the road with people fishing, [19--] (22)

 

144-188         Joe Gonzales builds a boat (Part 1), [19--] (23)

 

144-189         Joe Gonzales boatbuilding (Part 2), [19--] (24)

 

144-190         Joe Gonzales boatbuilding (Part 3); Chelito Campo interview in Spanish (Part 1), [19--] (25)

 

144-191         Chelito Campo signs and tells stories, [19--] (26)

 

144-192         Chelito Campo sings and tells stories (Part 3), [19--] (27)

 

144-193         Chelito Campo sings in Spanish (Part 4), [19--] (28)

 

144-194         Interview with Tony and Josephine “Pepita” Serigue conducted in Spanish

 

144-195         Interview with Tony and Josephine Serigue conducted in Spanish, [19--] (30)

 

144-196         Interview with Chelito Campo conducted in English (Part 1), [19--] (31)

 

144-197         Interview with Chelito Campo conducted in English (Part 2), [19--] (32)

 

144-198         Delacroix Island; Interview with M. Assevado in Spanish (Part 1), 1/6/81 (33)

 

144-199         Interview with Maria Campo Assevado in Spanish (Part 2), 1/6/81 (34)

 

144-200         Interview with Maria Campo Assevado (Part 3), [19--] (35)

 

144-201         Interview with Anna Mae Alfonso Reed in Spanish (Part 1), [19--] (36)

 

144-202         Interview with Anna Mae Alfonso Reed in Spanish (Part 2), 1/6/81 (37)

 

144-203         Interview with Anna Mae Alfonso Reed in Spanish 1/6/81 (38)

 

144-204         Delacroix Island scenes, [19--] (39)

 

144-205         Public Meeting at San Pedro Pescador Church; An introduction to the study of Isleños (Part 1), 1/7/81 (40)

 

144-206         Public Meeting at San Pedro Pescador Church; An introduction to the study of Isleños (Part 2), 1/7/81 (41)

 

144-207         Public Meeting at San Pedro Pescador Church; Questions about the Isleño study (Part 3), [19--] (42)

 

144-208         Adolfo Suarez in St. Bernard at the Museo de los Isleños (Part 1), [19--] (43)

 

144-209         Visit of Adolfo Suarez; food at Delacroix (Part 2), [19--] (44)

 

144-210         Adolfo Suarez in St. Bernard; presentation of awards (Part 3), [19--] (45)

 

144-211         Adolfo Suarez in St. Bernard on a boat saying goodbye (Part 4); Isleño Museum Day 1, setting up, [19--] (46)

 

144-212         Isleño day 2, nets; Chelito and Nuñez; decoys, [19--] (47)

 

144-213         Isleño day 3, Chelito and Nuñez picking pecans; Chelito story­telling, [19--] (48)

 

144-214         Isleño day 4; Tony Sengre; Nuñez on nets, [19--] (49)

 

144-215         Isleño day 5, Irvan singing and flag raising, [19--] (50)

 

144-216         Flag raising; Spanish recital at San Pedro Pescador (Part 1), [19--] (51)

 

144-217         Spanish recital (Part 2), [19--] (52)

 

144-218         Spanish recital (Part 3, music), [19--] (53)

 

144-219         Joe Gonzales talks about boatbuilding, [19--] (54)

 

144-220         Visuals: (Part 1) Poydras to Verret, [19--] (55)

 

144-221         Visuals: (Part 2) Delacroix, Bayou-side, [19--] (56)

 

144-222         Visuals: (Part 3) Delacroix, [19--] (57)

 

144-223         Lionel Serigne and pet red fish; islanders tell hurricane stories, [19--] (58)

 

144-224         Shrimp talk; Visuals (Part 4), Delacroix Road, [19--] (59)

 

144-225         Joe Gonzales gets lumber (Part 1); Visuals: Yscloskey-Poydras, [19--] (60)

 

144-226         Joe Gonzales gets lumber (Part 2); Visuals: Yscloskey-Poydras, [19--] (61)

 

144-227         Mass at San Pedro Pescador (Part 1), [19--] (62)

 

144-228         Mass at San Pedro Pescador (Part 2), [19--] (63)

 

144-229         Mass at San Pedro Pescador (Part 3), [19--] (64)

 

144-230         Blessing of the fleet at Delacroix (Part 1), [19--] (65)

 

144-231         Blessing of the fleet at Delacroix (Part 2), [19--] (66)

 

144-232         Blessing of the fleet at Delacroix (Part 3), [19--] (67)

 

144-233         Blessing of the fleet at Delacroix (Part 4), [19--] (68)

 

144-234         Blessing of the fleet at Yscloskey (Part 1), 8/2/81 (69)

 

144-235         Blessing of the fleet at Yscloskey (Part 2), [19--] (70)

 

144-236         Blessing of the fleet at Yscloskey (Part 3), [19--] (71)

 

144-237         Blessing of the fleet at Yscloskey (Part 4), [19--] (72)

 

144-238         Blessing of the fleet at Yscloskey (Part 5); alligator hunt (Part 1), [19--] (73)

 

144-239         Alligator hunt (Part 2), [19--] (74)

 

144-240         Alligator hunt (Part 3), [19--] (75)

 

144-241         Alligator hunt (Part 4), [19--] (76)

 

144-242         Alligator hunt (Part 5), [19--] (77)

 

144-243         Alligator hunt (Part 6), [19--] (78)

 

144-244         Alligator hunt (Part 7), [19--] (79)

 

144-245         Shrimping with Joe Lopez, [19--] (80)

 

144-246         Spanish Heritage Festival (Part 1), 11/8/81 (I 81)

 

144-247         Isleño museum dedication (Part 1), 10/22/81 (I 82)

 

144-248         Isleño museum dedication (Part 2), 10/22/81 (I 83)

 

144-249         Isleño museum dedication (Part 3), 10/22/81; interview with Irvan Perez,  [19--] (I 84)

 

144-250         Spanish Heritage Festival (Part 2), 11/8/81 (I 85)

 

144-251         Spanish Heritage Festival (Part 3), Queen selection, ca. 11/8/81 (I 86)

 

144-252         Spanish Heritage Festival (Part 4), ca. 11/8/81 (I 87)

 

144-253         Interview with Ralph Serignea (Part 1), [19--] (108)

 

144-254         Interview with Ralph Serignea (Part 2), [19--] (109)

 

144-255         Interview with Martin and Cecile Alfonso (Part 1), [19--] (110)

 

144-256         Interview with Martin and Cecile Alfonso (Part 2), [19--] (111)

 

144-257         Interview with Nick and Edna Gonzalez (Part 1), [19--] (112)

 

144-258         Interview with Nick and Edna Gonzalez (Part 2), [19--] (113)

 

            Subseries II.3: Interviews with Slavic Americans, [198-?]

 

            Interviews with Slavic Americans in Plaquemines Parish.

 

144-259         Bocce in Empire (Part 1), [19--] (89)

 

144-260         Bocce in Empire (Part 2), [19--] (89)

 

144-261         Oystering in Empire (Part 1), [19--] (90)

 

144-262         Oystering in Empire (Part 2), [19--] (91)

 

144-263         Oystering in Empire (Part 3), [19--] (92)

 

144-264         Oystering in Empire (Part 4), [19--] (93)

 

144-265         Oystering in Empire (Part 5), [19--] (94)

 

144-266         Oystering in Empire (Part 6), [19--] (95)

 

144-267         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 2): [19--] (96)

 

144-268         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 1): interview with elderly Mrs. Vujnovich, [19--] (97)

 

144-269         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 3), [19--] (98)

 

144-270         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 4), [19--] (99)

 

144-271         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 5), [19--] (100)

 

144-272         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 6); interview with Vujnovich (Part 1), [19--] (101)

 

144-273         Capt. Pete Vujnovich at the oyster camp (Part 4), [19--] (102)

 

144-274         Capt. and Mrs. Pete Vujnovich interview (Part 3), [19--] (103)

 

144-275         Capt. and Mrs. Pete Vujnovich interview (Part 4), [19--] (104)

 

144-276         Diamond: All Saints Day (Part 3), [19--] (108)

 

144-277         Diamond: Church Fair (Part 1), [19--] (109)

 

144-278         Diamond: Church Fair (Part 2), [19--] (110)

 

144-279         Diamond: Church Fair (Part 3); interview with Pat Sylve, [19--] (111)

 

144-280         Diamond: Church Fair (Part 4); interview with Pat Sylve, [19--] (112)

 

144-281         Alma Bartholemy, interview and singing (Part 1), [19--] (113)

 

144-282         Alma Bartholemy, interview and singing (Part 2), [19--] (114)

 

144-283         Alma Bartholemy, interview and singing (Part 3), [19--] (115)

 

144-284         Alma Bartholemy, interview (Part 4); Grand Bayou scenes (116)

 

144-285         Grand Bayou fishing/trapping (Part 1), [19--] (117)

 

144-286         Grand Bayou fishing/trapping (Part 2), [19--] (118)

 

144-287         Grand Bayou fishing/trapping (Part 3), [19--] (119)

 

144-288         Grand Bayou fishing/trapping (Part 4), [19--] (120)

 

            Subseries II.4: Miscellaneous interviews, [198-?]

 

144-289         Acadian textile/weaving demonstration at the Presbytere (Part 1), [19--]

 

144-290         Acadian textile/weaving demonstration at the Presbytere (Part 2), [19--]

 

            Subseries II.5: Doyle Gertjejansen making and firing Tchefuncte pottery, 1982-1983

 

            UNO Professor of Fine Arts Doyle Gertjejansen making and firing Tchefuncte pottery at Big Oak Island.

 

144-291         Part 1, April 30, 1982

 

144-292         Part 2, April 30, 1982

 

144-293         Part 1, August 3, 1983

 

144-294         Part 2, August 3, 1983

 

 

Series III.  Fort study by Jerome A. Greene, 1774-1980

 

            Fort study prepared by Jerome A. Greene of the National Park Service.  Files include original documents, copies of documents, maps, microfilm, notes, photographs and government documents.  In general, the titles below are the original titles given to the files by Mr. Greene.  Titles enclosed in brackets, however, were assigned by Special Collections staff.  Some folders are voluminous, while others contain only fragments.

 

            Subseries III.1: General fort studies, 1812-1981

 

144-307         Bassett, John Spencer, ed.  Correspondence of Andrew Jackson.  Washington: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1927.

 

                        Boatner, Mark M.  The Civil War Dictionary.  New York: David McKay Company, Inc., 1959.

 

                        Brooks, Charles B.  The Siege of New Orleans.   Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1961.

 

                        Brown, Wilburt S.  The Amphibious Campaign for West Florida and Louisiana, 1814-1815: A Critical Review of Strategy and Tactics at New Orleans.  University, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 1969.

 

144-308         Cable, George W.  The Creoles of Louisiana.  New York: Charles Scribner & Sons, 1884.

 

                        Carter, Clarence Edwin, comp.  The Territorial Papers of the United States.  Vol. IX: The Territory of Orleans, 1803-1812.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1940.

 

                        Collot, Victor.  A Journey in North America.  Vol. II.  Firenze: O. Lange, 1924.  Reprint.

 

                        de Grummond, Jane L.  The Baratarians and the Battle of New Orleans . Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1961.

 

144-309         Favrot, H. Mortimer.  “Colonial Forts of Louisiana.”  Louisiana Historical Quarterly 26 (July 1943): 722-754.

 

                        Federal Writer's Program.  Louisiana: A Guide to the State.  Rev. ed.  New York: Hastings House, 1971.

 

144-309         Fieberger, C. J.  Permanent Fortification.  West Point: Henry Charnowitz, 1900.

 

                        Fortier, Alcee.  Louisiana.  Vol. 1-2.  At­lanta: Southern Historical Association, 1909.

 

                        Frazer, Robert W.  Forts of the West.  Norman: Univer­sity of Oklahoma Press, 1972.

 

144-310         Gayarre, Charles.  Louisiana: Its History as a French Colony.  New York: John Wiley, 1852.

 

                        Gayarre, Charles.  Romance of the History of Louisiana: A Series of Lectures.  New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1848.

 

144-295         Historical Base Map, July 1981.

 

144-296         Historic New Orleans Collection.  Laussat Collection. [19--], June 30, 1802-April 9, 1804; map of Louisiana and West Florida, ca. 1816.

 

                        Holmes, Jack D. L.  “Some French Engineers in Spanish Louisian.”  In John F. McDermott, ed., The French in the Mississippi Valley.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965.

 

144-311         Friends of the Cabildo.  Keep Sheets of Louisiana Forts, [19--]

 

                        Kendall, John S.  History of New Orleans.  Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1922.

 

                        Latour, Arsène Lacarière. Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana, in 1814-15.  A facsimile reproduction of the 1816 ed.  Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1964.

 

144-297         Library of Congress.  British War Office Records, 1814-1817.

 

144-311         “The Life and Times of Jean Lafitte.”  March 1979.  LTJL Reprint, Number 1.

 

                        Lockett, Samuel H.  Louisiana As It Is: A Geographical and Typographical Description of the State.  Edited by Lauren C. Post.  Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1969.

 

                        Louisiana Forts.”  Unknown provenance, [19--]

 

144-298         Louisiana State Museum.  Various collections, [19--], August 8, 1789-February 9, 1820.

 

144-299         Louisiana State University.  Various collections, December 6, 1813, 1863, 1865.

 

144-312         Marcy, R. B., comp.  Outline Descriptions of the Posts and Stations of Troops in the Geographic Divisions and Departments of the United States.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1872.

 

                        Marshall, Jessie Ames, comp.  Private and Official Correspondence of Benjamin F. Butler during the Period of the Civil War.  Norwood, Mass.: Privately published, 1917.

 

                        Martin, François-Xavier.  The History of Louisiana from the Earliest Period.  Reprint of the 1827 ed.  Gretna, La.: Pelican Publishing Company, 1975.

 

144-304         Miscellany.  April 20, 1979 and March 14, 1980.

 

144-300         Miscellaneous War Department records, 1812-1842.

 

144-301         National Archives.  War Department records Office of Chief of Engineers.  March 19, [183?]-September 12, 1860.

 

144-312         Nelson, Howard J. “Walled Cities of the United States.”  Annals of the Association of American Geographers 51.1 (March 1961).

 

144-305         Notes, [19--]

 

144-313         Parton, James H.  History of the Administration of the Department of the Gulf . . .  New York: Houghton and Mifflin and Company, 1892.

 

                        Pittman, Philip.  The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi.  Reprint of the 1770 ed.  Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida Press, 1973.

 

144-306         Photographs, [19--]

 

144-313         Prucha, Francis P.  A Guide to the Military Posts of the United States, 1789-1895.  Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1964.

 

144-315         Roberts, W. Adolphe.  Lake Pontchartrain.  Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1946.

 

144-314         Robertson, James A.  Louisiana Under the Rule of Spain, France, and the United States, 1785-1807.  Reprint of the 1910 ed. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

 

                        Robinson, Willard B. American Forts: Architecture: Form and Function.    Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1977.

 

144-315         Rowland, Dunbar, ed.  Official Letter Books of W. C. C. Clai­borne, 1801-1816.  Jackson, Miss.: Mississippi Department of Archives and History, 1917.

 

                        Rowland, Dunbar, and Albert G. Sanders, eds.  Mississippi Provincial Archives, 1701-1729: French Dominion.  Jackson, Miss.: Press of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, 1929.

 

144-316         Swanson, Betsy.  Historic Jefferson Parish from Shore to Shore.  Gretna, La.: Pelican Publishing Co., 1975.

 

                        Villiers du Terrage, Marc de.  Les derniers années de la Louisiane Française.  Paris: Librairie Orientale & Americaine, 1904.

 

                        Villiers du Terrage, Marc de.  “A History of the Foundation of New Orleans.” Louisiana Historical Quarterly. [19--]

 

                        Totten, Joseph G.  Report of General J. G. Totten, Chief Engineer, on the Sub­ject of National Defenses.  New York: Arno Press, 1979.  Reprint.

 

144-302         Tulane University.  Howard-Tilton Library.  Unidentified collec­tion, [19--]

 

144-318         Unidentified source of fragmentary material.

 

144-319         United States.  24th Congress. 1st Session.  Military Affairs. “Statements of the Fortifications, their Garrisons, Steam Batteries etc. . . . “  Washington: Government Printing Office.

 

                        United States.  Congress.  Fragments of House reports and documents, [19--], 1826, 1836, 1851, 1862.

 

144-320         United States.  Office of the Adjutant-General.  List of the Military Posts and Stations of the United States, with their Garrisons; and also the Stations of Troops by Companies.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1871.

 

                        United States.  Office of the Judge Advocate General.  United States Military Reservations, National Cemeteries and Military Parks.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916.

 

144-321         United States. War Department.  Reports of Chief of Engineers.  1867, 1869, 1870-1887, 1895-1896, 1900-1902, 1907-1909, 1911.

 

144-322         United States.  War Department.  Reports of the Secretary of War.  1845-1846, 1861, 1869.

 

144-323         United States.  Surgeon General.  Reports of the Surgeon General.  1868, 1875.

 

                        United States.  War Department.  The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Record of the Union and Confederate Armies.  Series III, Vol. I.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1899.  (Fragment)

 

144-303         University of California.  “The Indian Policy of Carondelet in Spanish Louisiana, 1792-1797.”  Excerpt from an unpublished research paper, [19--]

 

144-317         Wilson, Samuel, Jr.  Bienville's New Orleans: A French Colonial Capitol, 1718-1768.  New Orleans: Friends of the Cabildo, 1968.

 

                        Wilson, Samuel, Jr.  “Colonial Fortifications and Military Architecture in the Mississippi Valley.”  In John Francis McDermott, ed., The French in the Mississippi Valley.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965.

 

                        Holmes, Jack D. L.  “Some French Engineers in Spanish Louisiana.”  In John Francis McDermott, ed., The French in the Mississippi Valley.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965.

 

                        Wilson, Samuel, Jr.  Gulf Coast Architecture.”  Unknown provenance, [19--]

 

                        Wilson, Samuel, Jr.  “Ignace François Broutin.”  In John Francis McDermott, ed., Frenchman and French Ways in the Mississippi Valley.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1969.

 

            Subseries III.2: Delta fort studies, 1774-1980

 

144-326         Abbott, John S. C.  “Heroic Deeds of Heroic Men.”  New Harper's Monthly Magazine 33 (August 1866): 296-309.

 

144-334         Battery Bienvenue.  Documents and serials.  March 31, 1829; 1846; 1859; 1860; January 31, 1865; December 15, 1873; June 30, 1892, March, 1980.

 

144-326         Bragg, Jefferson Davis.  Louisiana in the Confederacy.  Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1941.

 

144-326         Butler, Benjamin F.  Butler's Book.  Boston: A. M. Thayer and Co., 1892.

 

144-335         Camp Parapet.  Documents, articles, pamphlets.  January 31, 1863; May 3, 1930; 1976; February 7, 1977.  See also 144-357.

 

144-327         De Forest, John William.  A Volunteer's Adventures: A Union Captain's Record of the Civil War.  Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1970.  Reprint.

 

                        Dixon, Richard R.  “Mighty Forts Guarded Approaches to City.”  Roosevelt Review 28 (July 1965).

 

                        Dufour, Charles L.  The Night the War Was Lost.  Garden City, N.Y.: Double­day & Co., 1960.

 

144-328         “General Gaines' Letter to the Chamber of Commerce.”  Headquarters, Western Division, near New Orleans, La., January 22, 1839.  Unknown provenance.

 

                        Hammond, John Martin.  Quaint and Historic Forts of North America.  Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1915.

 

144-324         Historic New Orleans Collection.  Laussat Papers.  March 16, 1804.

 

144-328         Kennon, Beverly.  “Fighting Farragut Below New Orleans.”  Unknown provenance.

 

                        Latrobe, Benjamin Henry.  Impressions Reflecting New Orleans.  Edited by Samuel Wilson, Jr.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1951.

 

144-324         Louisiana State Museum.  Louisiana East Delta Sheet, 1891.

 

144-329         Mahan, Alfred T.  Admiral Farragut.  New York: Haskell House, 1968.  Reprint.

                       

                        Mahan, Alfred T.  The Gulf and Inland Waters.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883.

 

144-325         Landry, Ernest A. Landry.  “The History of Forts Jackson and St. Philip with Special Emphasis on the Civil War Period.”  M.A. thesis, Louisiana State University, 1938.

 

144-329         Meredith, William T.  “Farragut's Capture of New Orleans.”  Unknown provenance.

 

144-357         National Archives and Records Service.  Camp Parapet.  Post Returns, 1862-1866.  (Microfilm, Roll No. 898)

 

144-358         National Archives and Records Service.  Fort Jackson, La.  Post Returns.  December 1830-June 1914.  (Microfilm, Rolls numbered 521 and 522.)  See also 144-339.

 

144-359         National Archives and Records Service.  Fort Livingston, La. Post Returns.   1864-1866.  (Microfilm, Roll No. 639.)  See also 144-340.

 

144-360         National Archives and Records Service.  Fort Macomb, La. and Battery Bienvenue Post Returns, 1828-1866.  (Microfilm, Roll No. 716.)  See also 144-341.

 

144-361         National Archives and Records Service.  Fort Pike, La. Post Returns. 1821-1914.  (Microfilm Rolls numbered 1074-1076.)  See also 144-344.

 

144-362         National Archives and Records Service.  Fort St. Philip, La. Post Returns. 1821-1914.  (Microfilm Rolls Numbered 1074-1076.)  See also 144-349.

 

144-363         National Archives and Records Service.  Inspection Reports of the Office of the Inspector General, 1814-1842.  (Microfilm, Rolls numbered 1-3).

 

144-364         National Archives and Records Service.  Jackson Barracks Post Returns, 1837-1914.  (Microfilm Rolls numbered 524-527.)  See also 144-351.

 

144-365         National Archives and Records Service.  Petites Coquilles, La. Post Returns, 1821-1827.  (Microfilm, Roll No. 906.)  See also 144-343.

 

144-366         U.S. Corps of Engineers.  Reports, 1815-1833. (Microfilm Roll No. 593.)

 

144-330         “Note Relative to Obstructions Designed by Col. G. T. Beauregard for the Mississippi River at Fort Jackson and Fort St. Philip in February 1861.”  Louisiana Historical Quarterly 2 (1919).

 

                        “One Night's Work, April 20, 1862. . . .”  Magazine of American History 15 (March 1886).

 

                        “The Opposing Forces in the Operations at New Orleans, La.  Unknown provenance.

 

                        Porter, David D.  “The Opening of the Lower Mississippi.”  In Battles and Leaders of the Civil War.  New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1956.  Reprint.

 

144-330         Scharf, J. Thomas.  History of the Confederate States Navy.  Albany: Joseph McDonough, 1894.

 

                        “The Surrender of the Forts.”  New Orleans Daily Crescent, April 30, 1862.

 

144-331         U.S.  Senate.  44th Congress.  1st Session.  Ex. Doc. No. 8. “Letter from the Secretary of War.”  [Washington: Government Printing Office, 1875 or 1876.]

 

144-336         U.S.  War Dept.  “English Turn.”  Reference article, 1899.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Fort at Chef Menteur.]  See Fort Macomb.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Beauregard.]  See Fort Proctor.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Bourbon.]  See Fort Jackson.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Bourgogne (Burgundy).  [Folder empty when received from National Park Service]

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Butler.  [Folder empty when received from National Park Service]

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Darby. [Folder empty when received from National Park Service]

 

144-337         U.S.  War Department.  Fort de la Boulaye (Ft. du Mississippi).  Reference articles, 1861, 1936-1937, 1944, 1952, 1974, 1977.

 

144-338         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Dupre (Martello Tower, Tower Dupre).  Miscellaneous documents and maps, 1842, 1848, 1856, 1860-1861, 1866-1867, 1872-1873, 1875, 1878, 1972.

 

144-339         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Jackson (Ft. Bourbon).  Mis­cel­lane­ous documents and maps, [19--], 1803-1920, 1926.  See also Ft. Proctor (Ft. Beauregard).

 

144-340         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Livingston.  Miscellaneous documents and maps, 1833, 1838, 1842, 1856-1858, 1860, 1874, 1923, 1974, 1982.

 

144-341         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Macomb (Ft. Wood).  Miscellaneous documents and maps, [19--], 1831, 1842, 1846, 1860, 1865-1866, 1890, 1894, 1913, 1969, 1979.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Martello].  See Ft. Dupre.

 

144-341         U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Massachusetts].  See Fort on Ship Island.

 

144-342         U.S.  War Department.  Fort on Ship Island.  May 20, 1846.

 

144-343         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Petites Coquilles (Fort Pike, Fort de Rigolets).  Profile of Fort, [19--]

 

144-344         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Pike (Ft. Petites Coquilles).  Miscellaneous articles, notes, documents, and maps, [19--], 1834, 1848-1860, 1863-1865, 1870, 1888, 1894, 1927, 1979.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Plaquemines].  See Ft. St. Philip.

 

144-345         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. Proctor (Ft. Beauregard, Proctor's Landing, Proctor's Tower).  Photographs, maps, and documents, [19--], 1845-1846, 1848, 1855-1858, 1865, 1873, 1892, 1922, 1976, 1978.

 

144-346         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. St. Charles.  Notation, [19--]  See also New Orleans Fortifications.

 

144-347         U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. St. Ferdinand].  See New Orleans Fortifications.

 

144-347         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. St. John (Spanish Fort, Bayou St. John, Ft. St. Jean).  Documents, 1880, 1882.

 

144-348         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. St. Leon.  Reference material, [19--]; February 28, 1963.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Ft. St. Louis (San Luis).  [Folder empty when received from the National Park Service]

 

144-349         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. St. Philip.  Documents, maps, articles, and notations, [19--], 1795, 1804, 1846, 1856, 1865-1867, 1873, 1875-1876, 1885, 1889, 1897-1899, 1904, 1963, 1977-1978.

 

144-350         U.S.  War Department.  Ft. San Bernardo.  Notation, [19--]

 

144-351         U.S.  War Department.  [Ft. Wood].  See Ft. Macomb.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Jackson Barracks.  Documents and articles, [19--], 1887, 1907, 1910, 1912, 1917-1919, 1972.

 

144-352         U.S.  War Department.  La Balize. Documents and articles, [19--] 1774, 1790, 1793, 1927, 1978-1979.

 

144-353         U.S.  War Department.  Masonry, Fort Sources.  Notation, docu­ments, and articles, [19--], 1746, 1863, 1970, 1973-1975, 1977.

 

144-354         U.S.  War Department.  New Orleans Fortifications.  Photo­graphs, maps, documents, articles, [n.d.], 1708, 1736, 1744, ca. 1770, 1777-1779, 18814-1842, 1860, 1863, 1875, 1885, 1895, 1898-1899, 1968, 1973.

 

144-331         U.S.  War Department.  Office of Adjunct General.  General Orders and Circulars.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  Office of the Quartermaster General.  Outline Description of U.S. Military Posts and Stations in the Year 1871.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1872.

 

144-332         U.S.  War Department.  Office of the Surgeon General.  “A Report on Barracks and Hospitals with a Description of Military Posts.”  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1870.

 

144-356         U.S.  War Department.  Oversized xerographic copies of drawings of Louisiana forts.

 

144-355         U.S.  War Department.  Post Manchac articles, [19--], 1969.

 

                        U.S.  War Department.  [Tower Dupre].  See Ft. Dupre.

 

144-333         U.S.  War Department.  The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Confederate Armies.  Series I, II, 1880; VI, 188?, XV, 1886; XVIII, 1904; LIII, [19--]

 

144-367         Candle mold.

 

 

 

Index Terms

 

 

Folklore—Louisiana

Forts—Louisiana

Gertjejansen, Doyle

Greene, Jerome A.

Isleños

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park

Linguistics—Louisiana

Spanish in Louisiana

Tchefuncte pottery