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Taste of Natchitoches Art Book By Attic Treasures Studio
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A collection of photographic artwork encapsulating the essence of a charming, scenic, historic town in north Louisiana called Natchitoches. The city is the oldest settlement in the Louisiana... More > purchase and is best known for its annual Christmas Festival and its extraordinary display of lights that has dubbed it the 'City of Lights'. Natchitoches is also well-known for the movie 'Steel Magnolias', as it served as the filming location for the movie and was also the hometown of the screenplay's writer.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Legend Upon the Cane By Keith R. Rees
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Legend Upon the Cane is the tale of the courageous chief of the Natchitoches Indians and the French explorer, Louis de St. Denis. Travel along with Chief Natchitos on this legendary and historic... More > adventure as he leads his tribe from the banks of the Sabine River to the lush area of the Cane River, where he meets the French explorers, led by Louis de St. Denis. Then, travel with them to the bayous of South Louisiana and Lake Pontchartrain where his tribe must flee to escape a terrible famine. It is a foreign land where they must learn to adapt, but also must learn to live alongside an unfamiliar tribe, the Acolapissa. Soon, they will face the ultimate challenge in an epic battle to win their freedom and bravely escape to their homeland. Upon their historic return in 1714 with the French settlers, they establish the oldest settlement of the Louisiana Purchase, Natchitoches.< Less
Devotions from My Heart By Dawna Brister Penrod
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"Devotions from my Heart" gives glimpses into this author's conversations with her loving God and the wisdom He gives her to have victory each day and overcome life-challenging... More > circumstances. It is like sitting down to have coffee with a dear friend. The colorful motifs and rendered drawings enrich the experience while reading these treasured heartfelt thoughts.< Less
A Journey Through Eta Chi Chapter By Soror Alexis Reliford and Soror Barbara Moham
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Eta Chi Chapter releases it's first official copy of 42 years and counting. Through words and pictures, this "Her-story" tells how a small chapter was... More > established on the campus of Northwestern State University, in Natchitoches, LA.< Less
THE Creole Book By Janet Ravare Colson
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This publication traces the history, accomplishments and milestones of the Creole Center located at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. THE Creole Book presents a beginning... More > look at some of the Center’s work and accomplishments. In its thirteen plus years of existence, the Center has served not only the Creoles in Louisiana, but the national Creole public, scholars, and anyone interested in the culture from around the world. It has paved the way for the long sought after recognition of the unique and deserving Louisiana Creole culture. The Center has also become the national Creole voice. To put it bluntly, Creoles can now be comfortable in declaring their culture and heritage. It is the author’s belief that this would not be possible without the work that the Creole Center has done.< Less
Ortego Family By Murphy Miller
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Most all Southwest Louisiana Ortego’s can trace their family roots back to Jean Joachim Ortego and his wife Maria Josephe D. De Soto. Maria is the granddaughter of Louis Antoine Juchereau De... More > St. Denis, the founder of Natchitoches, Louisiana. Jean J. Ortego was born in Spain and married Maria in Orleans Territory, USA. Most of their eight children were born in Southwest Louisiana. Jean Joachim Ortego’s family can be traced back to the oldest known Ortego family of Antoine De Ortega, spelled with the “a”, and his wife Catalina Berceruelo who were married in 1640. Of the eight children born to Jean Joachim Ortego and Maria Josephe Damascene De Soto, four married into the Fontenot family but all eight children are progenitors of the Ortegos’ born and raised in Southwest Louisiana. More information on the persons in this family can be obtained at www.FamilyAtLouisiana.com. Contact information for the author is also located at the web site.< Less
Slow Travels-Louisiana By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels-Louisiana takes the leisure driver and their passengers on entertaining and educational journeys through Louisiana's history. Four highways host these journeys: U.S. Highway 61 follows... More > the route of the Great River Road from Mississippi to New Orleans, U.S. Highway 80 retraces the route of the Vicksburg, Shreveport, & Pacific Railroad from Vicksburg on the Mississippi River to the Texas Line west of Shreveport, U.S. Highway 84 explores the central part of the state along the old Texas Road from Natchez to Natchitoches, and U.S. Highway 90 roughly retraces the Old Spanish Trail through the lands of the Creole and Cajun of Southern Louisiana. The histories of Native Americans, French and Spanish explorers, the Acadians of Nova Scotia, and the plantation communities all roll out in front of you through our Slow Travels.< Less
Slow Travels-Louisiana By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels-Louisiana takes the leisure driver and their passengers on entertaining and educational journeys through Louisiana's history. Four highways host these journeys: U.S. Highway 61 follows... More > the route of the Great River Road from Mississippi to New Orleans, U.S. Highway 80 retraces the route of the Vicksburg, Shreveport, & Pacific Railroad from Vicksburg on the Mississippi River to the Texas Line west of Shreveport, U.S. Highway 84 explores the central part of the state along the old Texas Road from Natchez to Natchitoches, and U.S. Highway 90 roughly retraces the Old Spanish Trail through the lands of the Creole and Cajun of Southern Louisiana. The histories of Native Americans, French and Spanish explorers, the Acadians of Nova Scotia, and the plantation communities all roll out in front of you through our Slow Travels.< Less