Africans In Colonial Louisiana: The Development Of Afro-creole Culture In The Eighteenth Century.

By: HALL, GWENDOLYN MIDLO.

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A masterful study of the ways in which Africans introduced from Senegambia shaped the culture and society of colonial Louisiana. Reveals in richly textured detail the lives of slaves, free people, and maroons in town and in the cypress swamps. Includes an Index.

Title: Africans In Colonial Louisiana: The Development Of Afro-creole Culture In The Eighteenth Century.

Author Name: HALL, GWENDOLYN MIDLO.

Categories: AFRICAN AMERICANS.,

Edition: Third Printing.

Publisher: Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge: 1995.:

ISBN Number: 0807119997

ISBN Number 13: 9780807119990

Binding: s

Book Condition: Softcover. Very good condition.

Seller ID: 7039X1

Keywords: (Key Words: Women, Louisiana, Violence, Creole, Slaves, Race Relations, Natchez, Mississippi, Culture, Maroons, Senegambia, African American History, American Indians, French West Indies, Francisco Bouligny, Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Bienville, Bambara, Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, Colonial America).