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=== Archives and Libraries<br>  ===
=== Archives and Libraries   ===
*[ Louisiana State Archives]  
*[ Minnesota State Archives]  
*[ Manuscript Finding Aids Online] at Hill Memorial Library at Louisiana State University
*[ Minnesota State Archives and Libraries]
*[ African American Resource Center at the New Orleans Public Library]  
*[ Noel Memorial Library]
MNSU  Collections] Minnesota State University
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*Perkins, A.E.''Who's Who in Colored Louisiana.'' Baton Rouge, La.: Douglas Loan Co., 1930, Microform of original. {{FHL|214394|item|disp= FHL film 1303161, item 6}}<br>
*Taylor, David Vassar [ African Americans in Minnesota]  Call Number 977.6 F2td includes index.
*Burkett, Randall K., Nancy Hall, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.. eds. ''Black Biographical Dictionaries''. Alexandria, Virginia: Chadwyck-Healy, Inc., 198-{{FHL|509200|item|disp=FHL fiche 6049870, first of 349 fiche; book 973 F23bbd}}
*Taylor, David Vassar [ Blacks in Minnesota: a preliminary guide to historical sources]Call Number 977.6 A1 includes index.
=== History  ===
=== History  ===

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Archives and Libraries

MNSU Collections] Minnesota State University


People of Color in Lousiana: Part I
Alice Dunbar-Nelson
Page 361 of 361-376


Newspaper Webindex:  The Louisiana Newspaper Project

Online Communities

Forgotten People: Cane River's Creoles of Color A Facebook page providing resources about a community in Natchitoches (northwestern Lousiana) founded during colonial days by a Creole family. 

Online Resources

Oral History

The T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History


Reconstruction in Louisiana after 1868 
Milledge L. Bonham, Jr.
The Mississippi Valley Historical Review
Vol. 5, No. 3 (Dec., 1918) (pp. 366-368)
Page Count: 3

Slavery and Freedom