Monthly Archives: May 2009

New members and visitors to Louisiana Genealogy Blogs

I’d like to welcome new members to the Yahoo Group and say thanks for the following cities/towns recent visits to the blog this week from Missouri, Texas; Biloxi, Mississippi, Huntsville, Alabama; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Sumiton, Alabama; Beaumont, Texas; and Yazoo … Continue reading

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New members and visitors to Louisiana Genealogy Blogs

I’d like to welcome new members to the Yahoo Group and say thanks for the following cities/towns recent visits to the blog this week from Missouri, Texas; Biloxi, Mississippi, Huntsville, Alabama; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Sumiton, Alabama; Beaumont, Texas; and Yazoo … Continue reading

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>Louisiana Genealogisphere

>From my mailbag this morning: West Bank Genealogy Society Yahoo Group WBGS Membership MeetingSaturday May 23, 20091:00 pm – 3:00 pmLocation: Westwego Library, 635 4th St., Westwego, LA Notes:Speaker: Rita TongletTopic: Colonial Louisiana Research GENCOM – (Bossier and Caddo Parishes) … Continue reading

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Louisiana Genealogisphere

From my mailbag this morning: West Bank Genealogy Society Yahoo Group WBGS Membership MeetingSaturday May 23, 20091:00 pm – 3:00 pmLocation: Westwego Library, 635 4th St., Westwego, LA Notes:Speaker: Rita TongletTopic: Colonial Louisiana Research GENCOM – (Bossier and Caddo Parishes) … Continue reading

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>Caddo Indians

>Caddo (contracted from Kä’dohädä’cho, ‘Caddo proper,’ `real Caddo,’ a leading tribe in the Caddo confederacy, extended by the whites to include the confederacy). A confederacy of tribes belonging to the southern group of the Caddoan linguistic family. Their own name … Continue reading

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Caddo Indians

Caddo (contracted from Kä’dohädä’cho, ‘Caddo proper,’ `real Caddo,’ a leading tribe in the Caddo confederacy, extended by the whites to include the confederacy). A confederacy of tribes belonging to the southern group of the Caddoan linguistic family. Their own name … Continue reading

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Footnotes on Bonnie and Clyde

EOGN May 6, 2009 post about Bonnie and Clyde: The following was written by Footnote: Notorious gangsters, Bonnie and Clyde, ignited the citizens of the United States during their two-year crime spree. The public idolized their Robin Hood attitude during … Continue reading

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