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German Coast of Louisiana.

Voss, Louis

German Coast of Louisiana.

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Published by The Triangle Press] in Hoboken, N.J, [Union City, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana,
  • Louisiana.
    • Subjects:
    • Germans -- Louisiana.,
    • Louisiana -- History -- To 1803.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy Rev. Louis Voss ...
      SeriesHistorical bulletin ;, no. 9, Historical bulletin (Concord Society) ;, no. 9.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF380.G3 V92
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p.
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6722544M
      LC Control Number28029689
      OCLC/WorldCa9771312

      Jean Baptiste Stelly is my 5th great grandfather. Jean 'John' Baptiste Stelly was born 22 Oct in the German Coast area of St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana and died on 28 Apr in Grand Coteau, Opelousas, Saint Landry Parish, Louisiana. According to one family tree on .


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Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Virginia and uploaded to the. area near New Orleans that, at that time, became known as the German Coast.

In the colonial prefect of Louisiana wrote that the German Coast was “the most industrious, the most populous, the most at ease, the most upright, the most respected part” of the French colony.

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Full text of "The settlement of the German coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German descent". Blume, Helmut. “The German Coast during the colonial era, – the evolution of a distinct cultural landscape in the lower Mississippi delta during the colonial era with special reference to the development of Louisiana's German Coast.” Helmut Blume ; translated, edited and annotated by.

Links to German Coast Parishes. Charles Parish, LA GenWeb St. James Parish, LA GenWeb St. John Parish, LA GenWeb. Useful Sites. Colonial Louisiana History & Genealogy Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History Resources for Finding Passenger Arrival Records at Port of New Orleans Louisiana History - very condensed.

Other Early Louisiana Families. The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German Descent book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This wor /5(3). The German-Acadian Coast Historical & Genealogical Society Steve Fleming's Ancestry - was a good online source for German Coast genealogy; it's offline, but this is an archived copy German Coast Families of Louisiana.

Another book "The Census Tables for the French Colony of Louisiana From through ", compiled and translated by Charles R. Maduell,Jr. There is also information published in "The New Orleans Genesis, Jan Apr In Feb.

it was reported that an estimated population of the German Coast was people. This work is an essential reference for those researching early German and Swiss settlers in Louisiana, and particularly in that area along the Mississippi west of New Orleans known as the German Coast.

The book traces the early exploration of America from the discovery of the Mississippi inthe first French, German and Swiss arrivals Brand: Janaway Publishing, Inc.

Deiler devotes the preliminary sections of this work to the early German families and their settlements in Louisiana. Nearly one-half of the book lists, along with genealogical notices, some 2, “Names of German Habitants on Both Banks of the Mississippi Above New Orleans,” as based on the official census ofand a roster of.

The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and The Creoles of German Descent. Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Co. (Reprint of original. The German and Acadian Coasts are not "coasts" as one would think of the term today as land along the seashore of an ocean. A coast by definition is "the land near the shore" but in this case, the shore is the land along the Mississippi River.

Mémère’s Country Creole Cookbook showcases regional dishes and cooking styles associated with the “German Coast,” a part of southeastern Louisiana located along the Mississippi River north of New Orleans. This rural community, originally settled by German and French immigrants, produced a vibrant cuisine comprised of classic New Orleans Creole dishes that also feature rustic Cajun.

The German Coast Uprising of under the leadership of Charles Deslandes ( January ) has evaded the attention of most historians.

It is unclear if Deslondes was a free man of color born in Saint-Domingue and was part of the large-scale immigration to Louisiana from that colony after the Haitian Revolution (). MORE. CENSUS RECORDS. Several censuses were taken throughout the 's. Some were taken of certain areas, like the German Coast.

18th century census data from the German Coast is available in Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana (Deiler) and The German Coast During the Colonial Era, (Blume).

Settlement of the German coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German descent. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Deiler, J. Hanno (John Hanno), Settlement of the German coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German descent. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

The uprising began on the grounds of a plantation owned by Manuel Andry on the east side of the Mississippi, in a region called the German Coast of Louisiana. The German Coast (French: Côte des Allemands) was a region of the early Louisiana settlement located above New Orleans on the Mississippi River — specifically, in St.

John the Baptist, St. Charles, Ascension and St. James parishes of present-day Acadiana. The German Coast uprising was a revolt of black slaves in parts of the Territory of Orleans on January 8–10, The uprising occurred on the east bank of the Mississippi River in what is now St.

John the Baptist, St. Charles and Jefferson Parishes, Louisiana. While the slave insurgency was the largest in US history, the rebels killed only two white on: Territory of Orleans. In colonial Louisiana, St Charles and St John Baptist parishes are called the First and Second German Coast, respectively.

The German Coast was a region of early Louisiana settlement located above New Orleans on the Mississippi River — specifically, in St. John the Baptist and St. Charles parishes of present-day Acadiana. Belsom Jack is the author of The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana & Creoles ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )5/5(1).

NAMES OF GERMAN HABITANTS ON BOTH BANKS OF THE MISSISSIPPI ABOVE NEW ORLEANS. Official Census of The official census taken in November,must always be the principal source of information concerning the founders of the German Coast in Louisiana. The settlement of the German coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German descent by J.

Hanno Deiler,American germanica press edition, in English. A letter written by a German immigrant in provides a glimpse of life on the German Coast just prior to the Louisiana Purchase.

It is unique in that it was written by a German drawn to the colony long after the initial wave of Germans had arrived.

Johann Joachim Lagemann, born in Germany inemigrated to America in [Ebook] The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German Descent J. Hanno Deiler – This Work Is An Essential Reference For Those Researching Early German And Swiss Settlers In Louisiana, And Particularly In That Area Along The Mississippi West Of New Orleans Known As The German Coast The Book Traces The Early Exploration Of America.

The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German Descent by available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge. Hanno. Deiler. Deiler devotes the preliminary sections of this work to the early German families and their settlements in Louisiana, while nearly one-half of it lists, along with genealogical notices, the "Names of German Habitants on Both Banks of the Mississippi Above New Orleans," as based on the official census ofand a roster of "Additional German Names Not in the [] Census.".

The Settlement of the German Coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German Descent by available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge. Important: You must book your tour 24 hours in advance.

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It is unclear if Deslondes was a free man of color born in Saint-Domingue and was part of the large-scale immigration to Louisiana from that colony after the Haitian Revolution ().

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German Coast Farmers Market. 4, likes talking about this 1, were here. Open every Saturday from AM to 12 Noon at Ormond Plantation in. Robichaux, Albert J. German Coast Families: European Origins and Settlement in Colonial Louisiana.

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Co. edition, in English. The German Coast Uprising of in Louisiana was reportedly the largest slave revolt in American history, though few outside the area even know about it. This weekend, a reenactment of the uprising led by artist and activist Dread Scott (pictured) will highlight the historical significance of .