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by Grace King
Author: Grace King
Publisher: Claitors Pub Div; reprint edition (June 1, 1971)
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by. King, Grace Elizabeth, 1852-1932. Creoles, New Orleans (L. -
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Grace Elizabeth King. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III BERNA. RD DE MARIGNY IT was the third child of Philippe Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Mandeville, who represented the family during the last century; and who is the hero par excellence of New Orleans' social traditions; who, we may say, was to the Marigny family what the final bouquet is to a pyrotechnical display.
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Grace King (1852-1932) was the acclaimed author of Balcony Stories; New Orleans, the Place and the People; Creole Families of New Orleans .
Grace King (1852-1932) was the acclaimed author of Balcony Stories; New Orleans, the Place and the People; Creole Families of New Orleans; and many other works. For almost fifty years, she reigned over a literary salon that included local writers, like M. E. M. Davis, Dorothy Dix, and Pearl Rivers, as well as national figures, such as Thomas Nelson Page, Charles Dudley White, and Mark Twain.
Creole Families of New Orleans by Grace King. This photographic reproduction of the classic 1921 work by Grace King is a delight to all who love New Orleans, its people and history. We are given a detailed, yet thoroughly enjoyable, look at of some of the events and families who transformed the city into a historical and cultural gumbo in a young United States.
Grace King (1852-1932) was the acclaimed author of Balcony Stories; New Orleans, the Place and the People; Creole Families of New Orleans; and many other works
Grace King (1852-1932) was the acclaimed author of Balcony Stories; New Orleans, the Place and the People; Creole Families of New Orleans; and many other works.
Creole Families of New Orleansby Grace King. Creole Families of New Orleans. History of the Town of Duxbury, MassachusettsWith Genealogical Registersby Justin Winsor.
Macmillan Company, New York, 1921
Macmillan Company, New York, 1921. Pp. 465. This book, according to the author, "comes in response to a long-felt wish of an 1humble student of Louisiana history to know more about the early actors in it, to go back of the printed names in the pages of Gayarre and Martin, and peep, if possible, into the per-sonality of the men who followed Bienville to found a city. upon the Mississippi, and who, remaining on the spot, continued their good work by founding families that have carried on their work and their good names.
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by Grace Elizabeth King. As outspoken in his day as Richard Dawkins or Christopher Hitchens are today, American freethinker and author ROBERT GREEN INGERSOLL (1833-1899) was a notorious radical whose uncompromising views on religion and slavery (they were bad, in his opinion), women's suffrage (a good idea, he believed), and other contentious matters of his era made him a wildly popular. orator and critic of 19th-century American culture and public life.