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    • 1000 dollars reward

    • Newspapers;Advertisements;Slaveholders--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Fugitive slaves;Fugitives from justice;Lafitte, Pierre;Pirates;
    • Newspaper ad., $1000 reward for capture of Pirate Pierre Lafitte and three slaves, from Le Courrier de la Louisiane, Sept. 7, 1814.
    • 178 Sugar and cotton plantation slaves!

    • Slave traders--United States;Slave trade--Louisiana;Slavery--United States;Broadsides;Auctions;
    • Broadside for slave auction held March 13-14, 1855. Auction held for the benefit of the William M. Lambeth succession of the Waverly and Meredith plantations. The auctioneers are Beard & May. Auction held at Banks' Arcade on Magazine Street in New...
    • 1927 flood at Moreauville.

    • Floods; Flood control; Water; Houses; Damage; Destruction & pillage; Trees; Death; Refugees; Missing persons;
    • The 1927 flood at Moreauville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. Hundreds of Louisiana farms were literally swept away by the floodwaters.
    • 1927 flood at Moreauville.

    • Floods; Flood control; Water; Houses; Damage; Destruction & pillage; Trees; Death; Refugees; Missing persons;
    • The 1927 flood at Moreauville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. Hundreds of Louisiana farms were literally swept away by the floodwaters.
    • [Call for volunteers]

    • Spanish-American War, 1898--Louisiana; Soldiers--Louisiana; Spanish-American War, 1898--Miscellanea; Postcards; United States. Army.
    • Printed postcards from Captain Bryan Black and Sergeant E. P. Owen of the Louisiana Artillery. The postcards ask for a reply from soldiers regarding their availability to fight and if they can recruit any other soldiers.
    • [Deposition]

    • Legal documents
    • Deposition regarding Standfield's purchase of seven trees from Mme. Goudeau. The trees actually belonged to M. Henry.
    • [Deposition]

    • Legal documents
    • Deposition regarding Seguin and Mict's knowledge of M. Henry's ownership of some trees and that Mme. Goudeau's workmen worked on the trees.
    • [Eason's recollections of duty on the Mexican border]

    • United States. Army--History--Punitive Expedition into Mexico, 1916--Personal narratives; United States. Army. 141st Field Artillery; Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948; Military life
    • Eason describes his service in General Pershing's raid into Mexico against Pancho Villa. Eason describes life in the military camp in Donna and McAllen, Texas.
    • [French Market and Red Store]

    • New Orleans (La.)--Pictorial works;Architecture--Louisiana--New Orleans--Pictorial works;Peddlers;Tents;Markets;Waterfronts--Louisiana--New Orleans;Mississippi River--Pictorial works;Oil paintings;
    • View of the Mississippi riverfront at the French Market in the Vieux Carre showing Red Store, with tents, peddlers, and vendors.
    • [Journal of Anna McCall Watson]

    • Sons of Temperance of North America; Journals
    • Journal of Watson's daily life, including weather, visitors, trips, household chores, and meetings of the Sons of Temperance. Members of the family travel to Vidalia, Natchez, Terra Bonna, and other locations.
    • [Louisiana Cabin and Cotton Field]

    • African Americans--Pictorial works; Oil paintings; Cotton picking; Cotton pickers; Cotton industry
    • Oil painting on copper of two women in a field. The people depicted in Walker's paintings are rarely portraits or even likenesses. Sometimes they are out of scale with the setting they populate. But the overall effect that his pictorial narrative...
    • [New Orleans Levee Scene]

    • New Orleans (La.)--Pictorial works; African Americans--Pictorial works; Oil paintings; Cotton; Levees; Waterfronts; Steamboats
    • Oil painting on copper of a woman and child sitting on the levee. William Aiken Walker made the subject of African-Americans his own in the decades following the Civil War. The itinerant artist traveled from the Carolinas south and west to Texas,...
    • [Oath]

    • Oaths
    • Declaration that M. J. Guerin will uphold the Constitution of the United States.
    • [Permission pass]

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Mobile (Ala.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Military life; Confederate States of America. Army. Louisiana Artillery Battalion, 12th
    • Sargeant Guerin's permission to pass "in or about the city."

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