Vol. I. Introduction Vol. I. Chapter I. Early Louisiana artists Vol. I. Chapter II. Honorable Thomas J. Semmes Vol. I. Chapter III. Notes of a journalist Vol. I. Chapter IV. The St. Geme plantation Vol. I. Chapter V. The old Hurst plantation home--Now the Stauffer Family home, Metaire Lane Vol. I. Chapter VI. Bayou St. John area. Vol. I. Chapter VII. Faubourg De Marigny Vol. I. Chapter VIII. Plantations of St. Bernard Vol. I. Chapter IX. In New Orleans Vol. I. Chapter X. On the East bank, near New Orleans Vol. I. Chapter XI. Other plantations in St. Charles Parish Vol. I. Chapter XII. In St. John Parish Vol. I. Chapter XIII. In St. James Parish Vol. I. Chapter XVI. Burnside Vol. I. Chapter XV. The Bringier Dynasty Vol. I. Chapter XVI. Duncan F. Kenner Vol. I. Chapter XVII. Near Baton Rouge Vol. I. Chapter XVIII. On the West bank--Near New Orleans Vol. I. Chapter XIX. On the West bank--Below Donaldsonville Vol. I. Chapter XX. On the West bank--Above Donaldsonville Vol. I. Chapter XXI. On Bayou Lafourche Vol. I. Chapter XXII. In the Evangeline Country Vol. I. Chapter XXIII. In Terrebonne Vol. I. Chapter XXIV. Plantations near Clinton Vol. I. Chapter XXV. The Audubon Country Vol. I. Chapter XXVI. The St. Francisville area Vol. I. Chapter XXVII. The Barrow Dynasty Vol. I. Chapter XXVIII. Plantations of the Butler Family Vol. I. Chapter XXIX. In the False River section Vol. I. Chapter XXX. The Parlange plantation home Vol. I. Chapter XXXI. Seeblod plantation Vol. I. Chapter XXXII. Other False River plantations Vol. I. Chapter XXXIII. In the Grosse Tete section Vol. I. Chapter XXXIV. In Plaquemine Parish Vol. I. Chapter XXXV. Chretien Piont plantations Vol. I. Chapter XXXVI. Payne-Fenner plantation Vol. I. Chapter XXXVII. Cane River section Vol. I. Chapter XXXVIII. In Rapides Parish Vol. I. Chapter XXXIX. In Madison Parish Vol. I. Index
INDEX TO VOLUME I Acadians Afton Villa plantaton Aime, Valcour—plantation—family Alma plantation Almonas-ter, Don Andres Angelina plantation Andrews, John—plantation Arensbourg, von—plantation—family Armstrong & Koch, Aristocrats of early Louisiana Art in Louisiana—in early days Art project—Delgado Museum Artist—in ante-bellum Louisiana Artist—Association of NewOrleans Ashland plantation Audubon, James J. Audubon Country of Louisiana Austerlitz plantation Asphodel plantation, Barrow—Evarest de Barrow Dynasty Baton Rouge, La. Bayou Lafourche Bayou Sara Bayou St. John Beauregard plantation Beechwood Cemetery Bel Air plantation homte Bell collection Belle Alliance plantation Belle Chasse plantation Belle Grove plantation Belle Helene plantation Bells—used for calling slaves Belmont—(Lebourgeois) Belmont—(Wyley Barrow) Benjamin, Judah P. Bermuda plantation Bienvenu plantation (Kenilworth)—family Bienville—naming family Bisland family Black, Durel Black Rebellion Blanc plantation Bocage plantation Bowden plantation Bowman—family Bragg, General Braxton Brent, Mrs. Joseph Lancaster (Memoirs) Bringier Dynasty Brou, Ralph Bueno Ritero plantation Butler Dynasty—Louise—Historian Butler—Edward—portrait collection Campbell family Cane River—(Cote Joyeuse) Cantrell Celestine (Mrs. Hypolite Chretien) Cartwright power loom, Casa Solariega Catalpa plantation Cedars, the—Butler plantation, Centenary College Chalaron family Chapel of St. Catherine, Chapin, Adel le Bourgeois Charles I. of England, Chase House—at Clinton, Louisiana Chatsworth plantation Chauvin family—plantation Chretien plantation—family Williams family—tombs Churchill family Civil War Days Claiborne, Gov. W. C. C. of Louisiana Class demarcation Clinton—description of town Colomb plantation—family Concord plantation (de la Vergne) Concession plantation Conseil plantation (de Villere) Conrad—Jewels, how saved from Union soldiers—and Conrad family Convent of the Sacred Heart Cotton is King; Cotton—English clamoring for it Cottage plantation (Butler) Cottage plantation (Conrad) Crawford family Creoles Darby—family—plantation D'Arensbourg—family—Levie Daspit family Davis, Jefferson—family—death de Beaujardier de Bore'—plantation—family D'Estrehan plantation—family de la Chaise plantation—family de la Ronde plantation—family—Oak Avenue de la Vergne plantation de Livaudais plantation de Lord-Sarpy plantation—House de Marigny de Mandeville—plantation—family de Montegut, plantation—family Denis family de Roffignac, Count Philip de Trepagnier—plantation— family Dickinson—family Duchamp plantation—family Ducros—plantation—family Dugue de Livaudais—plantation Dorr, J. W. Ecke, Rev. Father, S. S. J. Ellerslie plantation Ellington plantation—(Witherspoon) Ellis—family Elmwood plantation Erwin family Evangeline—country—story Evan Hall plantation Fairfax plantation Fire—in New Orleans —town rebuilt Fluker family Forstall plantation—family Fortier plantation—familyFrench Revolution Furnishings of plantation homes Fusilier, de la Claire—plantation—family Franklin—town of Garden District Garden Pilgrimages and Plantation Tours Gaillard, Isaac Garconnieres Gay family Gayarre, Charles—Historian—family German Coast—early settlers Girault, Mrs. P. L.—family record, Givanovich, Marco Golden Era of the South Grand Coteau Gray plantation—Home Greek revival—type of plantation homes Greenwood plantation (Barrow) Greenwood plantation (Edward Butlers) Hall, Weeks Hermitage plantation Henry, Mrs. Cammie—Historian Hewes, Thos.—family Hickory Hill plantation Home Place plantation Hunting Hutson, Ethel Indians—near Live Oak plantation Indigo—early Louisiana staple Jackson, Andrew Jefferson College Jefferson, Thomas Jesuit plantation Joyous Coast—(Cane River) Kell, Thomas Phares—family Keller plantation Kenilworth plantation Kenner, Duncan King, Grace—Historian Knox, Mr. Koch and Armstrong, Labatut—plantation—family Lafrenier plantation Lavillebeuvre Lakeside plantation Law, John (Mississippi Bubble) Le Bourgeois LeJeunne plantation—family Linwood plantation Live Oak plantation Locke Breaux plantation Locust Ridge plantation Highlands Louis XIV. of France Louisiana—earliest settling of Maginnis, Mr. Geo. H.—record of the Hermitage Magnolia plantation (Ellis) (Shaffer) Magnolia plantation (Herzog) Maidwood plantation—(Pugh) Mallard, Prudence—fine furniture Marble House Marco plantation Marriages (as a rule at the end of the Civil War) Maryland Tablet Mary plantation Mays family Melrose plantation Mercy Hospital Metoyer family Minor family Mississippi River—plantation along coast of Mizaine plantation—Old Romance, Molinary, Andres (FloField notes) grave Monroe family Museum, Delgado Art Project McCall—plantation McCutcheon Natchitoches—early history of Negroes—faithful slaves Negroes—Slave Rebellion New Iberia—The Shadows New Orleans—great fire of Nottaway plantation Oak Alley (Beau Sejour) plantation Oak Grove plantation—(Butler) collection Oak Lawn—plantation—Museum, Oakley—plantation—portrait collection Old Guard Opera—French—Paris and New Orleans Orleans—Duke of—entertained Ormond—Duke of (see Butler) Ormond plantation Oscar, La. Owen family Parlange plantation—family—tomb robbery Parker, Walter—family—home, Payne-Fenner—plantation—families Percy Perkins—Logan family Philippe, Louis Pipes family Pirrie—Eliza Plantations and homes destroyed by Union troops Plantation Homes—what one finds on tours Plantation—entertaining (Louise Butler, Historian) Plantation Homes in New Orleans, Pleasant View plantation Point Clear plantation (Kell), Porter, Alexander Poydras plantation—Julian Poydras Preston, General William Prudhomme family Pugh family Randall, James Ryder Randolph, John Hampden Ranson plantation Raymond Clara Compton,. Reconstruction Red-Church Red River—(Cane River) Rienzi plantation River Lake plantation Roffignac, Count Philip Roman, Alexander—Governor of Louisiana—plantation Roman, Jacques Telesphore—plantation—family Rosalie plantation—Natchez Miss Rosedown plantation—garden, Rougon, Col. Henry—family Sarpy-Delor plantation—house Saulet plantation home (Mercy Hospital) Schertz, Mrs. Helen Pitkin Schertz Villa (Old Spanish Customhouse) Scott plantation (The Shades) Seebold plantation Semmes, Thomas J. Seven Oaks—plantation Shady Grove plantation Shaffer family Signorette—fine furniture—rare wines. Sobral family Social Order—new Soniat du Fossat family Southdown plantation Sparks family Spring Fiestas—Plantation Tours Stauffer—Home Steamboats Stewart, Andrew—family St. Francisville, La.—destruction by Union troops St. Denis St. Geme plantation—family St. Joseph—plantation St. Louis plantation St. Martinville—Colony of noble refugees Stone—family home in Clinton, La. Stowe, Harriet Beecher—Setting of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Sugar—cane replaces indigo Taylor, Zachary Ternant, de—family—Marquis— Marquise—plantation Tezcuco plantation Theatre—the first in Louisiana The Shades plantation The Shadows plantation Three Oaks plantation Trepangnier, de—plantation Trinity plantation Trist, Hore Browse Tureaud Turnbull Town House of Bringier family Turnbull, "Eliza the beautiful," Tutors, private Twain, Mark (Samuel Clements) Union Histories Union plantation Versailles plantation Avenue of Oaks Versailles, Little—plantation Waguespack plantation Ware family Washington relics Waverly plantation Welham plantation Westfeldt, Kate Monroe (Mrs.Gustaf, Jr.) The Ganglionics and Art Association West Indies refugees White Hall plantation—(Maison Blanche) White Hall plantation—de la Barre), Witherspoon Woodlawn plantation Wurtele, Allan Yucca plantation Younge, Lilita Lever—(Poem)
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