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  • Subject: Indians of North America--Louisiana--History
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    • The Lost Tribe

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Dwellings; Sewing machines; Kitchens;
    • Scrapbook page with newspaper photographs of Koasati indians. Those pictured include Susie Williams, the Sylestine family, Martin and Jeff Abbey, and Mildred Robinson.
    • Petticoat Island

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Louisiana--Legends
    • Top part of the image has the end of a newspaper article regarding the Chettimanchi or Chitimacha Indians titled "Remnant of once powerful Louisiana Indian tribe found." See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 2 and 3. Lower part of image is an...
    • The Lost Tribe

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Children; Farming; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958;
    • Scrapbook page with newspaper photographs of Koasati indians. Those pictured include Lizzie Robinson, Kent Sylestine, Nettie Mae Abbey, Reverend Paul Leeds, Jeff Abbey, and Ed John.
    • Lost Red Men of Bayou Teche

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Children; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958; Dogs; Kitchens
    • Newspaper article with photographs of Koasati Indians. Those pictured include Rev. Paul Leeds, Chief Jeff Abbey, and Mildred Robinson.
    • Koasati Indians Need More Land, But Fear Debt

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Children; Dwellings; Floods;
    • Scrapbook page of newspaper articles and photographs concerning the Coushatta Indian tribe. The pictures include: Soloman Batiste, a church congregation, a typical home, and Douglas John. The articles include stories about relations with the...
    • Rev. Paul Leeds serves tribe

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choirs; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958;
    • Newspaper article and photographs. Top caption: "Voices lifted. The young Kosati boys and girls lead the singing each Sunday as they stand before the congregation, raising their voices high. Rev. Leeds sits in a chair nearby, humbly listening to...
    • Empty Chairs at Graduation

    • Students; Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Graduation ceremonies;
    • Newspaper photograph caption: "Above: Two of the seven graduates from the Chitimatcha Indian school were away at commencement time. They were in the Marine Corps. Between the vacant chairs of the Burgess brothers were, from left, Edwin Bernard, Ada...
    • [Chitimatcha Indians]

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Children; Schools
    • Scrapbook page with newspaper article and photographs about the Chitimacha School on the Charenton reservation. One photo features two little girls, Joy and Janet Vilcan.
    • The Last of the Cane Basket Makers

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Women
    • Continuation of an article by Dormon appearing in Holland's, The magazine of the south, October, 1931. See also Scrapbook 4, page 22. Bottom of the image is a hand-written story by Maude Reid regarding Mrs. Ben Paul, a Chitimacha Indian living in...
    • Indians of the Teche

    • Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Schools; Basket making; Children
    • Newspaper article and photographs about the Chettimanchi tribe, basket weaving, dye making, and the Charenton school run by the Department of the Interior. Those pictured include Lucille, Marta, and Yvonne Darden.
    • Indians of the Teche

    • Louisiana--Legends; Chitimacha Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Fishermen;
    • Newspaper article and photographs about the Chettimanchi tribe and the Charenton reservation. Those pictured include Emile Stouff and Robert Vilcan.
    • [Coushattas]

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Congregational churches; Vocational education; Veterans;
    • Newspaper photographs of St. Peter's Congregational Church, Chief Jeff Langlinais, an Indian home, and Indian veterans of World War II learning cabinet making at the Elton Trade School.
    • The Lost Tribe

    • Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Congregational churches; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958; Cemeteries;
    • Newspaper photographs of the St. Peter's Congregational church and a handwritten note by Maude Reid about Reverend Paul Leeds.

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