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  • White, Sophie.
     
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  • French -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
     
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  • Clothing and dress -- Social aspects -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
     
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  • Material culture -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
     
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  • Race awareness -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
     
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  • Indians of North America -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
     
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  • Louisiana -- Race relations -- History -- 18th century.
     
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    Wild Frenchmen and Frenchified Indians : material culture and race in colonial Louisiana / Sophie White.
    by White, Sophie.
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    Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012.
    Subjects
  • French -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
  •  
  • Clothing and dress -- Social aspects -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
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  • Material culture -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
  •  
  • Race awareness -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
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  • Indians of North America -- Louisiana -- History -- 18th century.
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  • Louisiana -- Race relations -- History -- 18th century.
  • ISBN: 
    9780812244373 (hc.)
    0812244370 (hc.)
    Series: 
    Early American studies.
    Description: 
    viii, 329 p., [16] p. of plates : col. ill., maps ; 24 cm.
    Edition: 
    1st ed.
    Contents: 
    Frenchification in the Illinois country. "Their manner of living" ; "Nothing of the Sauvage" ; "One people and one god" -- Frenchified indians and wild frenchmen in New Orleans. "The first Creole from this colony that we have received": Sister Ste. Marthe and the limits of frenchification ; "To ensure that he not give himself over to the sauvages": cleanliness, crease, and skin color ; "We are all sauvages": frenchmen into indians -- Epilogue: "true French"
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    Includes bibliographical references (p. [282]-317) and index.
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