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  • Subject: Indians of North America--Louisiana
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    • La Butte, LA

    • Signs and signboards--Louisiana; Cemeteries--Louisiana; Burial--Louisiana; Indians of North America--Louisiana
    • This Indian mound was constructed around AD 1000. It is 7 feet tall with a square-shaped base. It was once part of a larger complex made up of five mounds. The oak tree on the northwest corner of the mound is thought to mark the grave of Houma...
    • Letter, 1812 Sept. 29

    • Holmes, David, 1770-1832; Choctaw Indians; Pearl River (Miss. and La.); Choctaw Indians--Government relations--1789-1869; Indian agents--Mississippi; Indians of North America--Louisiana; Indians, Treatment of--North America; Favre, Simon, b. 1760;...
    • [4] p. on 1 leaf; 25 X 40 cm. folded to 25 x 20 cm. 4 digital pages.
    • [Koasati Indians]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Atakapa Indians--Louisiana--History; Indians of North America--History; Maps--Louisiana
    • Upper part of the image is an excerpt from: Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent Coast of the Gulf of Mexico by John R. Swanton, 1911. Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 43. Washington DC. Re-typed...
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History; Clothing & dress
    • Photographs accompanying a newspaper article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 7 and 8.
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History
    • Beginning of an article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. Also contains handwritten comments by Maude Reid about the Calcasieu Indians. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 8 and 9.
    • Football's for sissies

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Mississippi--History; Indians of North America--Sports; Sports--United States--History
    • Photographs accompanying a newspaper article by Meigs O. Frost of the Times Picayune about a Native American ball game called toley. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, pages 7 and 9.
    • Petticoat Island

    • Louisiana--Legends; Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History
    • Part of image is an article about Petticoat Island and Whisky Bay. See also Maude Reid Scrapbook 4, page 4. Image also contains an article titled, "4 Kosati Indians will appear at Crowley Festival."
    • [Elton, Louisiana]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Leeds, Paul, 1869-1958; Koasati Indians--Missions; Congregationalists--Clergy
    • Clippings and re-typed articles regarding Native Americans in Southwest Louisiana.
    • [Native Americans in Louisiana]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Choctaw Indians--Louisiana--History; Women; Clothing & dress
    • Clippings from the Times Picayune entitled "Why Flowers known as Indian Pipes are white told in Choctaw Legend" (January 3, 1937) and "Song of death" (February 10, 1957). The articles tell stories of Native American legends. Includes a photograph...
    • 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...
    • [Koasati Indians]

    • Indians of North America--Louisiana--History; Koasati Indians--Louisiana--History; Atakapa Indians--Louisiana--History
    • Upper part of the image is part of an essay by Maude Reid on the Koasati or Coushatta Indians. Lower part of the image is an excerpt from: Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Adjacent Coast of the Gulf of Mexico by John R. Swanton,...
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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...

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