Louisiane articles on Wikipedia
Louisiana
Louisiana French: Louisiane La Louisiane, [la lwizjɑ̃n] or [la luzjɑ̃n]; Louisiana Creole: Leta de la Lwizyan; Standard French Etat de Louisiane, [lwizjan] ( listen))
May 22nd 2017



Louisiane Saint Fleurant
Louisiane Saint Fleurant (1924–2005) was a Haitian female artist and painter. She was a founder of the peasant Saint Soleil art movement. Saint Fleurant's
May 11th 2016



Louisiana (New France)
Louisiana (French: La Louisiane; by 1879 [?], La Louisiane francaise) or French Louisiana was an administrative district of New France. Under French control
Apr 24th 2017



Festival International
The Festival International de Louisiane is an annual music and arts festival held in Lafayette, Louisiana celebrating the French heritage of the region
Dec 16th 2016



French Louisiana
part of New France. Beginning in 1682 this region, known in French as la Louisiane francaise, functioned as an administrative district of New France. It
Feb 16th 2017



Maurice Denuzière
in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in January 2010. Louisiane Serie Louisiane: 1977: Louisiane, (volume I), JC Lattes 1979: Fausse-Riviere, (volume I), JC Lattes
Feb 10th 2017



Hot Water (album)
de la Louisiane" by Winchester Jesse Winchester, one of several Buffett covers of Winchester songs recorded throughout his career. "L'Air de la Louisiane" An admitted
Nov 2nd 2016



Louisiana State Senate
Louisiana-State-Senate">The Louisiana State Senate (French: Senat de Louisiane) is the upper house of the state legislature of Louisiana. All senators serve four-year terms and
Apr 27th 2017



Spanish missions in Louisiana
missions in Louisiana were religious outposts in Spanish Louisiana (La Louisiane) region of the Viceroyalty of New Spain, located within the present-day
Dec 22nd 2016



Index of Louisiana-related articles
previously as la Nouvelle-Orleans, capital of la Louisiane 1722-1763, capital of la Basse-Louisiane 1800-1803 News media in Louisiana Newspapers of Louisiana
Jun 6th 2016



Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz
ethnographer, historian, and naturalist who is best known for his Histoire de la Louisiane. It was first published in twelve installments from 1751–1753 in the Journal
Mar 14th 2017



Dumont de Montigny
of Natchez. Dumont later wrote in his book Memoires historiques sur la Louisiane that he left Natchez the day before the revolt. However, in his 1747 memoir
Mar 14th 2017



Cayenne (mascot)
Louisiana-Lafayette basketball jersey for the basketball games. La Louisiane, p34 spring 2001 Article in "La Louisiane", Louisiana-Lafayette's official magazine.
Aug 20th 2016



Louisiana French
French Louisiana French (French: francais de la Louisiane, Louisiana Creole: france la lwizyan) refers to the group of French dialects spoken in the U.S. state
May 20th 2017



Territorial evolution of Montana
Historical territorial claims of France in the present State of Montana: Louisiane, 1682–1764 Treaty of Fontainebleau of 1762 Historical territorial claims
Jul 3rd 2012



Old Mobile Site
of the French settlement La Mobile and the associated Fort Louis de La Louisiane, in the French colony of New France in North America, from 1702 until
Nov 25th 2016



Outline of North Dakota territorial evolution
claims of France in the present State of North Dakota: Louisiane, 1803 Vente de la Louisiane of 1803 Historical political divisions of the United States
Apr 5th 2017



Outline of Wyoming territorial evolution
territorial claims of France in the present State of Wyoming: Louisiane, 1803 Vente de la Louisiane of 1803 Historical international territory in the present
Jul 3rd 2012



La Luisiana
Not to be confused with La Louisiane. La Luisiana is a city located in the province of Seville, Spain. According to the 2005 census (INE), the city has
Jan 25th 2016



Territorial evolution of New Mexico
territorial claims of France in the present State of Mexico New Mexico: Louisiane, 1803 Vente de la Louisiane of 1803 Historical territorial claims of Mexico in the
Mar 3rd 2015



Territorial evolution of Colorado
territorial claims of France in the present State of Colorado: Louisiane, 1803 Vente de la Louisiane of 1803 Historical territorial claims of Mexico in the
Sep 12th 2016



French ship Pélican (1702)
America. In January 1704, the ship left Loire, France for La Mobile, La Louisiane, New France. The ship that brought additional pioneers and yellow fever
May 13th 2017



Outline of South Dakota territorial evolution
claims of France in the present State of South Dakota: Louisiane, 1803 Vente de la Louisiane of 1803 Historical political divisions of the United States
Jul 3rd 2012



Raising Cane's River Center
Performing Arts provides seating for up to 1,999 people. It is home to Opera Louisiane, the Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre and the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra
May 14th 2017



Stevenson Magloire
1994) was a painter born in Petion-Ville, Haiti. He is the son of artist Louisiane Saint Fleurant, a founder of the School of Soleil art movement. Magloire's
Mar 10th 2017



List of mayors of New Orleans
S. of 828,800 square miles (2,147,000 km2) of the French province La Louisiane in 1803: New Orleans mayoral elections Timeline of New Orleans [1]
Apr 19th 2017



Outline of Louisiana
with "Louisiane" All pages beginning with "Louisianian" All pages with a title containing Louisiana All pages with a title containing Louisiane All pages
May 7th 2017



Antoine Philippe de Marigny
carte de la Louisiane en 1763 qui se trouve conservee au Depot des cartes de la marine. OnOn lui doit l'exploration de la cote S.-O. de la Louisiane; c'etait
Jul 20th 2016



Louisiana State Seminary of Learning & Military Academy
of Learning of the State of Louisiana (l'Universite' de l'Etat de la Louisiane) was passed by the Louisiana General Assembly in 1853. This was to be
May 22nd 2017



Le Moyne, Alabama
located in Le Moyne. The bluff is the site of the former Fort Louis de La Louisiane, capital of French Louisiana from 1702 until 1711. Le Moyne is located
Mar 24th 2017



Shawnee (train)
ChicagoCarbondale corridor, including the Southern Express, Creole, and Louisiane. Along with the Panama Limited, also retained from the IC, the Shawnee
Aug 6th 2016



List of Governors of Louisiana
This is a list of the Governors of Louisiana (French: Gouverneurs de Louisiane), from acquisition by the United States in 1803 to the present day; for
May 23rd 2017



Big Bureau Creek
by John F. Swenson, 1999- . Retrieved 11 November 2010. Carte de la Louisiane ou des voyages du Sr. De La Salle by Jean Baptiste Louis Franquelin, 1684
May 21st 2017



Nathan Abshire
6023 Swallow, 1975) A Cajun Tradition (LL 139 La Louisiane) A Cajun Tradition Vol. 2 (LL 144 La Louisiane, 1978) Nathan Abshire And The Pinegrove Boys (FLY
Apr 5th 2017



Les Breastfeeders
by Southwest Festival (SXSW) in Austin, the Festival International de Louisiane in Lafayette, North by Northeast (NXNE) in Toronto, The Great Escape Festival
May 14th 2017



North Louisiana
North Louisiana (French: Louisiane du Nord) (also known locally as "Sportsman's Paradise", a name sometimes attributed to the state as a whole) is a region
May 23rd 2017



Charles Gayarré
He died in New Orleans on February 11, 1895. He wrote Histoire de la Louisiane (1847); Romance of the History of Louisiana (1848); Louisiana: its Colonial
Apr 15th 2017



Faget sign
Jean-Charles Faget. Etudes medicale de quelques questions importantes pour la Louisiane, et expose succinct d’une endemie paludeenne de forme catarrhale qui a
May 19th 2017



Parlange Plantation House
the Bagatelle Plantation and the heroine Virginie Tregan in the novel Louisiane by Maurice Denuziere. List of National Historic Landmarks in Louisiana
Nov 23rd 2016



Rue de Seine
houses, such as Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Hugo Boss. The Hotel La Louisiane at 60 rue de Seine is famous for having accommodated many notable jazz
Dec 22nd 2016



Frank's Place
university in Providence, Rhode Island, who inherits a restaurant, Chez Louisiane. In the premiere, Frank travels to New Orleans intending to sell the restaurant
Nov 9th 2016



Fort Louis
French trading post on the Senegal River in West Africa. Fort Louis de La Louisiane, the name of Mobile, Alabama before 1712. Fort Louisbourg, the historic
Jun 30th 2015



Moncacht-Apé
Natchez-BluffsNatchez Bluffs. He befriended native leaders. For most of his time in La Louisiane, where he remained until 1734, Le Page lived at a trading post at Natchez
Jan 11th 2017



Casquette girl
Retrieved May 21, 2011.  Higginbotham, Jay. Mobile Old Mobile: Fort Louis de la Louisiane, 1702-1711, pp.106–07. Museum of the City of Mobile, 1977. ISBN 0-914334-03-4
Feb 5th 2017



Encores (Jimmy Buffett album)
Jimmy Solo. Atlantic City, New Jersey August 24, 2008 1. "L'air De La Louisiane"(Jesse Winchester) 3:05 Jimmy Solo. Margaritaville, New Orleans, LA 5/1/08
Mar 7th 2016



Virginie de Ternant
the Bagatelle Plantation and the heroine Virginie Tregan in the novel Louisiane by Maurice Denuziere. W.C. Jameson, Buried Treasure of the South: Legends
Apr 30th 2016



L.J. Foret
Foret died in 2002 at the age of 72. L.J. Foret Cajun Country Singer, La Louisiane Records (L-138) Cajun Music Catalog www.lalouisiannerecords.com
Apr 22nd 2016



Beverly Matherne
Marquette. Images cadiennes (Cajun Images), 1994 Je me souviens de la Louisiane (I Remember Louisiana), 1994 La Grande Pointe (Grand Point), 1995 Le blues
Oct 24th 2016



Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana
Lieutenant-GovernorLieutenant Governor of Louisiana (French: Lieutenant-Gouverneur de la Louisiane) is the second highest state office in Louisiana. The current lieutenant
Jan 30th 2017



Paul Mauffray
Landestheater, Slovak National Theater (Bratislava, Slovakia), Opera Louisiane, Mobile Opera Alabama, and the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg,
Apr 30th 2017





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