Germans of Louisiana

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  • During the antebellum period, New Orleans was the largest German colony below the Mason-Dixon line. Later settlements moved upriver between New Orleans and Donaldsonville, near Lecompte, and in North Louisiana near Minden. Germans of Louisiana is the first unified published study of the influence the German people made on the state of Louisiana and its inhabitants. Beginning with the French and Spanish colonial periods and working through the post-Civil War period, this book covers the heritage those German settlers left behind.

809 East Napoleon Street Sulphur, LA 70663

337-527-8308    Monday - Friday 9 AM-4 PM

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Owner Larry Wise

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