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The Treasure of Jean Lafitte By Ricardo Dubois
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When two friends accidentally stubble across a letter written by Jean Lafitte, they embark on a quest of a lifetime. The letter has a clue which if deciphered will put the two would be treasure... More > hunters on the path to Jean Lafitte’s fortune. But pitfalls and dangers lurk around every corner, for they are not the only one’s looking for the treasure.< Less
The Treasure of Jean Lafitte By Ricardo Dubois
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When two friends accidentally stubble across a letter written by Jean Lafitte, they embark on a quest of a lifetime. The letter has a clue which if deciphered will put the two would be treasure... More > hunters on the path to Jean Lafitte’s fortune. But pitfalls and dangers lurk around every corner, for they are not the only one’s looking for the treasure.< Less
Synarchy: Slavery and Pirates (Lafitte/Rothschild, Kidd and the Royals) By Robert Bruce Baird
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There is a reason for the kind of government and social structure that exists in the world. It is not founded on anything akin to permanent human values or spiritual ethics. You might not believe... More > Jean Lafitte funded Karl Marx but you'll have a hard time avoiding the facts of this world. Colonel House's father took over Lafitte's slaving and blockade-running business as well as his spy game. They inherited the KKK in Texas too. Jean Lafitte was an alchemist but Time/Life won't even interview an alchemist when they do the stuff you see on TV that tells you about alchemists and turning lead to gold with manure. FDR said Count Rumford, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were the most important people in US history. They are alchmists or near to same. And why would the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperors make a Count out of an American engaged in spying Don't look into who owns and created the Fed or does the banking for the Vatican.< Less
Synarchy: Slavery and Pirates (Lafitte/Rothschild, Kidd and the Royals) By Robert Bruce Baird
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There is a reason for the kind of government and social structure that exists in the world. It is not founded on anything akin to permanent human values or spiritual ethics. You might not believe... More > Jean Lafitte funded Karl Marx but you'll have a hard time avoiding the facts of this world. Colonel House's father took over Lafitte's slaving and blockade-running business as well as his spy game. They inherited the KKK in Texas too. Jean Lafitte was an alchemist but Time/Life won't even interview an alchemist. FDR said Count Rumford, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were the most important people in US history. They are alchemists or near to same. And why would the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperors make a Count out of an American engaged in spying? The proofing of the god particle and gravitational wave research is making metaphysics into our true reality. The whole world is a stage bringing proof forward to prove what I wrote over a decade ago.< Less
Synarchy: Slavery and Pirates (Lafitte/Rothschild, Kidd and the Royals) By Robert Bruce Baird
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There is a reason for the kind of government and social structure that exists in the world. It is not founded on anything akin to permanent human values or spiritual ethics. You might not believe... More > Jean Lafitte funded Karl Marx but you'll have a hard time avoiding the facts of this world. Colonel House's father took over Lafitte's slaving and blockade-running business as well as his spy game. They inherited the KKK in Texas too. Jean Lafitte was an alchemist but Time/Life won't even interview an alchemist when they do the stuff you see on TV that tells you about alchemists and turning lead to gold with manure. FDR said Count Rumford, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were the most important people in US history. They are alchmists or near to same. And why would the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperors make a Count out of an American engaged in spying? Don't look into who owns and created the Fed or does the banking for the Vatican.< Less
T-Garçon of Grand Isle By Lana Laws Downing
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In the 1920s, following the death of his parents, young Alphonse Henri Caillet moves to his grandmother’s home on Grand Isle, a tiny island off the coast of Louisiana. Islanders have no bridge,... More > no electricity and no running water. Alphonse tries to fit in at Grand Isle school, but bullies tease him and give him the nickname “T-Garçon.” Alphonse and his grandmother have little money, but they find inventive ways to supplement their meager income. His grandmother is a healer—a traiteur—and a midwife. Alphonse takes on a summer job entertaining wealthy children from New Orleans who vacation on the island. He fulfills his wish to search for Lafitte’s treasure. T-Garçon’s wise grandmother does her best to raise him to be an accepting, responsible, God-fearing young man. Above all, she wants Alphonse to have an education. She loves rearing her grandson, and Alphonse begins to thrive in her care on this tiny island of legend and lore where neighbors help one another.< Less
T-Garçon of Grand Isle By Lana Laws Downing
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In the 1920s, following the death of his parents, young Alphonse Henri Caillet moves to his grandmother’s home on Grand Isle, a tiny island off the coast of Louisiana. Islanders have no bridge,... More > no electricity and no running water. Alphonse tries to fit in at Grand Isle school, but bullies tease him and give him the nickname “T-Garçon.” Alphonse and his grandmother have little money, but they find inventive ways to supplement their meager income. His grandmother is a healer—a traiteur—and a midwife. Alphonse takes on a summer job entertaining wealthy children from New Orleans who vacation on the island. He fulfills his wish to search for Lafitte’s treasure. T-Garçon’s wise grandmother does her best to raise him to be an accepting, responsible, God-fearing young man. Above all, she wants Alphonse to have an education. She loves rearing her grandson, and Alphonse begins to thrive in her care on this tiny island of legend and lore where neighbors help one another.< Less
Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts By Frank Richard Stockton
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Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts by Frank Richard Stockton. Often humorous, sometimes chilling, always intriguing, these true stories describe the exploits of such notorious maritime marauders... More > as Blackbeard, Henry Morgan, Jean Lafitte, Captain Kidd, and other lesser known but equally cutthroat brigands. Stockton writes of "a grim subject in a spirit both comic and romantic."— The Dictionary of American Biography. Frank Richard Stockton (1834–1902) was an American writer and humorist, best known today for a series of innovative children's fairy tales that were widely popular during the last decades of the 19th century. For years he supported himself as a wood engraver until his father's death in 1860; in 1867, he moved back to Philadelphia to write for a newspaper founded by his brother. His first fairy tale, "Ting-a-ling," was published that year in The Riverside Magazine; his first book collection appeared in 1870.< Less
Keelhaul Komix By Mini Komix
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Set sail on the high seas with Keelhaul Komix! Tales of sweeping swashbuckling skullduggery from the Golden Age of Comics! Starring Captain Cutlass, The Ol' Skipper, Kuno: Son Of Steel, Jean Lafitte,... More > Cap'n Jerry, The Hawk, Maureen Marine, and the Polka-Dot Pirate! Buccaneers, buried treasure, and busty wenches in this pirate's parardise! 100 Big Pages!< Less
Memom’s Diary - Memoirs of Katherine Harvey Rogér By Jeanie Marsolan Bazer
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“Memom’s Diary” is a compilation of Katherine Harvey Rogér’s memoirs. Her unique perspective emerges through her struggles and joys as a wife, mother, writer, artist,... More > and historian during 1928 and WWII. Her ancestral history is interspersed throughout the book with early photographs, newspaper clippings from her scrapbooks. Katherine Harvey, (or “Memom”) hand-recorded her father's, Horace H. Harvey, spoken memories. He grew up in the Harvey Castle in the mid 1800s and built a life influenced by his father, Capt. Joseph Hale Harvey,and mother, Louise Destrehan of the Destrehan Plantation. Horace Harvey played a major role in developing the Harvey Canal into the Intracoastal Waterway it is today. From his accomplishments, New Orleans, thus Louisiana, experienced an important growth in industry and commerce. What began in the 1720s, shortly after the founding of New Orleans as a drainage ditch is today a vital link in the expansive Intracoastal Canal system.< Less

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