Louisiana: The Land and Its People

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Louisiana's history is explored in this carefully researched textbook, tracing the Pelican State from the native Houma and Caddo Indians through modern times, including the Civil War and Reconstruction. An in-depth discussion of Louisiana and the forces that have shaped it characterize the 560-page volume, including more than 200 photographs and illustrations and 65 maps, which complement the comprehensive text and encourage the reader to delve further into the background of Louisiana and its people. Ideal for classroom ...

Louisiana: The Land and Its People 2006, Pelican Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781589803039

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