6 edition of Creoles of color of the Gulf South found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-182) and index.
|Statement||edited by James H. Dormon.|
|Contributions||Dormon, James H.|
|LC Classifications||F380.C87 C74 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|ISBN 10||0870499165, 0870499173|
|LC Control Number||95004432|
"Ethnicity and Identity: Creoles of Color in Twentieth-Century South Louisiana." In Creoles of Color of the Gulf South, edited by James H. Dorman, pp. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Dunn, Grace "Cane River. Musical Cultures of the Gulf South Coordinate Major The Gulf South produced a distinctive set of musical cultures that continues to influence national and international musical currents: jazz, blues, zydeco, Cajun music, and brass-band music.
A collection of genealogical profiles related to Gulf Coast Creoles and Colonials - Louisiana / Alabama / Mississippi. Geni Project: Gulf Coast Creoles and Colonials - Louisiana / Alabama / Mississippi. Primarily for early colonists of French and Spanish Loui. People Projects Creoles of Color in Louisiana;. Barry Ancelet has an essay on the term in Creoles of Color of the Gulf South. For most listeners of Zydeco, however, the musical meaning is captured in Clifton Chenier's signature song, "Zydeco Sont Pas Salé," recorded in at the Gold Star studio in Houston. Cajun .
^Kein, Sybil. "Creole: the history and legacy of Louisiana's free people of color".Louisiana State University Press, , p. ^ Shirley Elizabeth Thompson, Exiles at Home: The Struggle to Become American in Creole New Orleans, Harvard University Press, , pg. ^ Eaton, Fernin. "Louisiana's Free People of Color-Digitization Grant-letter in support". Ethnicity and Identity: Creoles of Color in Twentieth-Century South Louisiana. In Dormon, James H. (ed.). Creoles of Color of the Gulf South. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Henry, Jacques. The Louisiana French Movement: Actors and Actions in Social Change. In Valdman, Albert (ed.). French and Creole in Louisiana.
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Dormon. Creoles of Color of the Gulf South features eight original essays, served smorgasbord, that explore the history and culture of a people who, according to editor James H. Dormon, are a "growing community of Afro-American miscegens descended from colonial free persons of color and who occupied a special place in the racial and social order of antebellum.
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The cultural features include Mardi Gras, zydeco music, and the place of the language in the larger New World French Creole.
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Istre explores the various shades, histories and influences of Creole in her new book, “Creoles of South Louisiana: Three Centuries Strong,” published on University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press. “The Free Creoles of Color of the Antebellum Gulf Ports of Mobile and Pensacola: A Struggle for the Middle Ground” in Creole of Color of the Gulf South, ed.
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Description: Eight essays explore the social and historical foundations of mixed-race people in Louisiana and along the US coast of the Gulf of Mexico, specific features of Gulf Creole culture, and ethnic and identity developments during the 20th century.
The cultural features include Mardi Gras, zydeco music, and the place of the language in the larger New World French Creole. Books shelved as creole: Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The Field by Baptiste Paul, The Feast of All Saints by Anne Rice, Cane River by Lalita Tademy, a.
The Creoles of color are a historic ethnic group of Creole people that developed in the former French and Spanish colonies of Louisiana (especially in the city of New Orleans), Southern Mississippi, Alabama, and Northwestern Florida in what is now the United colonists in Louisiana first used the term "Creole" to refer to whites born in the colony, rather than in France.
In this first book to be devoted entirely to swamp pop, Shane K. Bernard uncovers the history of this hybrid form invented in the s by teenage Cajuns and black Creoles. They put aside the fiddle and accordion of their parents’ traditional French music to learn the electric guitar and bass, saxophone, upright piano, and modern drumming trap sets of big-city rhythm-and-blues.
James H. Dormon is the author of People Called Cajuns ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Creoles Of Color of the Gulf South ( a /5(2). The one-hundred and thirty-eight page book offers in a narrative form the vestiges of Creole culture which Baudier serialized, along with beautiful sketches to illustrate the scenes described.
Huber’s work is still widely available and provides a very good cultural collage of the Creole culture. Creoles of Color in the Bayou Country.
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Dormon. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, pp. Dormon, James H. Creoles of Color of the Gulf South. University of Tennessee Press, Emanuel, Rachel Lorraine. A More Noble Cause: A. Tureaud and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Louisiana.
Louisiana State University Press, Gaspar, David Barry and Darlene Clark Hine. Beyond Bondage: Free Women of Color in the Americas. University. And, as previous essays in this collection have suggested, in general the defining qualities of the Creoles of Color prevailed not only in New Orleans but also elsewhere among the various Gulf coastal communities in which Creoles formed significant population elements.
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