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history of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz

Le Page du Pratz

history of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz

by Le Page du Pratz

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Published by Published for the Louisiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission by the Louisiana State University Press in Baton Rouge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana,
  • Mississippi River Valley
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Mississippi River Valley -- Early works to 1800.,
    • Louisiana -- History -- To 1803.,
    • Louisiana -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Joseph G. Tregle, Jr.
      GenreEarly works to 1800.
      SeriesLouisiana Bicentennial reprint series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF372 .L5413 1975
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlvi. xxxvi, 405 p. :
      Number of Pages405
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5064428M
      ISBN 100807101567
      LC Control Number74030512

      A History of Folklife Research in Louisiana. but it is undoubtedly the work of Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz which has the most enduring ethnographic significance. Le Page came to Louisiana in and initially worked a grant of land on Bayou St. John, then made his way northward to find superior soil. Translated from the French of M. Du Pratz, M. Le Page, Translated from the French and Joseph G. Tregle, Editor, The History of Louisiana, Published for the Louisiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission by Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Hardcover, pp.

      As Dumont (and Le Page) wrote their histories of Louisiana in the s, it was the Natchez Massacre of that they perceived as the turning point in the history of the colony. During the boom period in the early s when new plantations or concessions were being built by investors in Law’s company, the Terre Blanche and St. Catherine. The history of the area that is now the US state of Louisiana began roug years ago. The first traces of permanent settlement, ushering in the Archaic period, appear about 5, years ago.. The area formed part of the Eastern Agricultural Marksville culture emerged about 2, years ago out of the earlier Tchefuncte is considered ancestral to the .

        [par N. Le Challeux] Journal historique de l'etablissement des Francais a la Louisane par m. de Sauvole. [] Mémoire de m. Richebourg sur la premiere guerre des Natchezv. 4. [Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi valley, by J.G. Shea]--v. 5. History of Louisiana, translated from the historical memoirs of M. [Butel-]Dumont. monopoly on trade in the undefined limits of Louisiana. The gov-ernorship of this region was bestowed upon the founder of Detroit, Antoine de LaMothe Cadillac, along with specific instructions to 17 Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz, The History of Louisiana, trans. from the French (London, ; reprinted New Orleans, ),


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History of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz by Le Page du Pratz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Antoine Simon le Page du Pratz. The History of Louisiana. THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA, OR OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA: Containing a Description of the Countries that lie on both Sides of the River Missisippi: With an Account of the SETTLEMENTS, INHABITANTS, SOIL, CLIMATE, and PRODUCTS.

Translated from the French Of M. Le. THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA, OR OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA: Containing a DESCRIPTION of the Countries that lie on both Sides of the River Missisippi: With an ACCOUNT of the SETTLEMENTS, INHABITANTS, SOIL, CLIMATE, AND PRODUCTS.

Translated from the FRENCH Of M. LE PAGE Du PRATZ; With some Notes and Observations. Early life. Le Page Du Pratz was born in either in the Netherlands or France, and was raised in the latter country. He was educated, graduating from a French cours de mathematiques, and identified as an engineer and professional architect.

Serving with Louis XIV’s dragoons in the French Army, he entered conflict in Germany in during the War of the Spanish Succession. History of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz. Baton Rouge: Published for the Louisiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission by the Louisiana State University Press, [].

Du Pratz, History of Louisiana (), ; Patricia Galloway, "Rhetoric of Difference: Le Page du Pratz on African Slave Management in Eighteenth-Century Louisiana," paper presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, Monterey, California,2.

The history of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PriceManufacturer: Published for the Louisiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission by the Louisiana State University Press.

The History of Louisiana: Antoine-Simon Le Page Du Pratz No preview available - Page 41 - I did not approve, as you know, the war our people made upon the French to avenge the death of their relation, seeing I made them carry the pipe of peace to the French.

This you well know, as you first smoked in the pipe yourself. This is one of several facsimiles available of reprints of the English version of Du Pratz's book, which does not contain everything the author wrote in the original French edition.

(At least one website contains an accurate English translation of the original.) What makes this particular selection special is the inclusion of an index/5(3). First Page: THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA, OR OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA: Containing a DESCRIPTION of the Countries that lie on both Sides of the River Missisippi: With an ACCOUNT of the SETTLEMENTS, INHABITANTS, SOIL, CLIMATE, AND PRODUCTS.

Translated from the FRENCH Of M. LE PAGE Du PRATZ. The history of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz by Le Page du Pratz (Book) editions published between and in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. a| The history of Louisiana, or of the western parts of Virginia and Carolina h| [electronic resource]: b| containing a description of the countries that lye on both sides of the river Missisipi, with an account of the settlements, inhabitants, soil, climate, and products / c| translated from the French by M.

Le Page du Pratz ; with some notes. The History of Louisiana: Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing a Description of the Countries that Lie on Both Sides of the River Mississippi: with an Account of the Settlements, Inhabitants, Soil, Climate, and Products: Author: Le Page du Pratz: Edition: reprint: Publisher: T.

Becket, Original from: Harvard. _Essai sur les Interets du Commerce Maritime, par_ M. du Haye. The probability of succeeding in such a scheme will appear from the foregoing accounts of Tobacco in Louisiana, pag., &c.

They only want hands to make any quantities of Tobacco in Louisiana. The consequences of that will appear from the following account. Le Page du Pratz (c) History of Louisiana London: T. Becket, Title; Contents (under constr.) Translated from the French OF M.

LE PAGE DU PRATZ. Le Page du Pratz's Louisiana (under construction) Return to top of the page. Le Page du Pratz, Uniform Title: Histoire de la Louisiane. English Title: The History of Louisiana, Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina Containing a Description of the Countries That Lie on Both Sides of the River Missisippi Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: Mississippi River and Valley.

encomium (plural encomiums or encomia) Warm praise, especially a formal expression of such praise; a tribute. Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz, The History of Louisiana: Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing a Description of the Countries that Lye on both Sides of the River Missisipi [ sic ]: With an Account of.

A history of French Louisiana by Marcel Giraud: A History of French Louisiana: Volume 1, The Reign of Louis XIV, by Marcel Giraud: A History of Louisiana by Harriet Magruder: The history of Louisiana ; translated from the French of M. Le Page du Pratz by Le Page Du Pratz: A History of Louisiana [4 Volumes] by Alcée Fortier.

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History of Louisisana - Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing. Le Page du Pratz, d. French architect and naturalist, lived and travelled in Louisiana from toand published the first edition of his History of Louisiana in Paris in The work is divided into four books, two in each volume.

Book I describes the transactions of the French in Louisiana, Book II describes the country and its products, Book III treats of the natural history. The memoirist Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz provided the most detailed account of the Natchez in the eighteenth century.

Du Pratz arrived in the French colony of Louisiana in and two years later established a plantation in the Natchez territory. The history of Louisiana, or of the western parts of Virginia and Carolina [microform]: containing a description of the countries that lye on both sides of the river Mississippi: with an account of the settlements, inhabitants, soil, climate and products by Le Page du Pratz, Antoine Simone, d.

Pages: One early French settler, Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz (?) wrote extensively about the Native Americans in Histoire de la Louisiane (Paris: de Bure, l’âné, ), which was later translated into English as History of Louisiana, or of the western parts of Virginia and Carolina (London: T.

Becket, ).