Monthly Archives: April 2008

>Louisiana Cemetery Board Meeting: Damon Veach and the Clarion Ledger

> A few articles of interest concerning Southwest Louisiana in Damon Veach’s column that I found in my mailbox today. I’ve cited the article below for future reference. There were also alerts for Mississippi Cemeteries today that have been posted … Continue reading

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Louisiana Cemetery Board Meeting: Damon Veach and the Clarion Ledger

A few articles of interest concerning Southwest Louisiana in Damon Veach’s column that I found in my mailbox today. I’ve cited the article below for future reference. There were also alerts for Mississippi Cemeteries today that have been posted to … Continue reading

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>The Louisiana Mailbag

>Here are a few genealogy posts and articles I found in my mailbox this morning. I also came across the GenHaven Blog and added it to the Genealogisphere. GenHaven has a chat room that is really helpful. They are worth … Continue reading

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The Louisiana Mailbag

Here are a few genealogy posts and articles I found in my mailbox this morning. I also came across the GenHaven Blog and added it to the Genealogisphere. GenHaven has a chat room that is really helpful. They are worth … Continue reading

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>Le Comite and the Louisiana State Archives

> Damon Veach, The Advocates genealogy columnist, wrote an article recently that is of interest to Louisiana researchers. EOGN blog posted a link, too, about a new book by Judy Riffel, from the “Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane.” … Continue reading

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Le Comite and the Louisiana State Archives

Damon Veach, The Advocates genealogy columnist, wrote an article recently that is of interest to Louisiana researchers. EOGN blog posted a link, too, about a new book by Judy Riffel, from the “Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane.” Founded … Continue reading

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>The Colfax Massacre

>Oxford University Press has a conclusive story on a new book about Louisiana 135 years ago.From their website: History is a Gift: The Colfax Massacre LeeAnna Keith teaches history at Collegiate School in New York City. Her new book, The … Continue reading

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The Colfax Massacre

Oxford University Press has a conclusive story on a new book about Louisiana 135 years ago.From their website: History is a Gift: The Colfax Massacre LeeAnna Keith teaches history at Collegiate School in New York City. Her new book, The … Continue reading

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The Colfax Massacre

Oxford University Press has a conclusive story on a new book about Louisiana 135 years ago.From their website: History is a Gift: The Colfax Massacre LeeAnna Keith teaches history at Collegiate School in New York City. Her new book, The … Continue reading

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>Family Old Photos in Louisiana

>Family Old Photos, “Faces and Places of the Past”, has a wonderful free site to add your old family photographs or search for your surnames. I added a quick link to the left. There are a few photos added under … Continue reading

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