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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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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East Carroll Parish Genealogy

There is a new Louisiana Genealogy Blogger I would like to introduce to you.  The East Carroll Parish Genealogy blog was added to the list of Louisiana Genealogy Bloggers today.  Be sure to stop by and catch up with East … Continue reading

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East Carroll Parish Genealogy

There is a new Louisiana Genealogy Blogger I would like to introduce to you.  The East Carroll Parish Genealogy blog was added to the list of Louisiana Genealogy Bloggers today.  Be sure to stop by and catch up with East … Continue reading

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