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Life of A.P. Dostie; or, the conflict of New Orleans

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Published by W.P. Tomlinson in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dostie, A. P. -- 1821-1866,
  • Reconstruction -- Louisiana,
  • New Orleans (La.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Enily Hazen Reed ...
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 15180.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, [19]-374 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13599744M
    LC Control Number87700869
    OCLC/WorldCa11937140

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Life of A. Dostie, Or, The Conflict in New Orleans Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America Issue of Western Americana, Western Americana, frontier. Life of A. Dostie; Of the Conflict of New Orleans Hardcover – Aug by Emily Hazen Reed (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Emily Hazen Reed.

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Publication date Publisher W. TomlinsonPages: Chicago citation style: Reed, Emily Hazen. Life of A. Dostie; or, The conflict of New York, W. Tomlinson, Web. Full text of "Life of A. Dostie; Or, The Conflict of New Orleans" See other formats. Life of A. Dostie, or, The conflict in New Orleans / By Emily Hazen.

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Show more. (Google book LINK) Title: Life of A. Dostie; The conflict in New Orleans Western Americana, frontier history of the trans-Mississippi West, Author: Emily Hazen Reed Publisher:W.P. Tomlinson, Anthony Paul Dostie great-grandson of Pierre and Marie-Rose was born in Saratoga Springs New York on J Dentist, he moved to New Orleans, Louisiana where he practiced.

A prominent member of the city, he publicly opposed joining Louisiana in the Confederate states of the United States. The New Orleans Massacre of occurred on J during a violent conflict as white Democrats, including police and firemen, attacked Republicans, most of them black, parading outside the Mechanics Institute in New was the site of a reconvened Louisiana Constitutional Convention.

The Republicans in Louisiana had called for the Convention, as they were angered by the legislature. Anthony Paul Dostie (–) was a dentist and civil rights advocate who was killed in the New Orleans massacre of A book about his life was published in as The Life of A.P.

Dostie or The Conflict in New Roads by his daughter Emily Hazen Reed. It is illustrated with an engraving of Dostie by Augustus Robin of New York. A.P. Dostie was one of the many people who were killed or wounded (37 dead—three white and 34 black—and wounded—17 white and black) in the Race Riot of J But let this go on record: he was white and he died so that maybe blacks' voices would be heard and taken into account.

Life of A. Dostie; or, The conflict of New Orleans. By Emily Hazen Reed. (New York, W. Tomlinson, ), by Emily Hazen Reed (page images at HathiTrust) General Butler in New Orleans /.

Life of A. Dostie: or, The Conflict of New Orleans (New York: W. Tomlinson, ), by Emily Hazen Reed. page images at Google; multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; Filed under: Louisiana -- History -- To New Orleans, city, southeastern Louisiana, U.S.

Unquestionably one of the most distinctive cities of the New World, New Orleans was established at great cost in an environment of conflict.

Its strategic position, commanding the mouth of the great Mississippi-Missouri river system, which drains the rich interior of North America, made it a pawn in the struggles of Europeans for the control of.

Title Nathan W. Daniels Diary: Diary; Vol. I,Dec, May Contributor Names Daniels, Nathan W., None of the Lynsay Sands books are set in New Orleans. The accidental Vampire is between Port Hope and a vacation area in Mexico.

The rest tend to be in Toronto, New York, on on the west coast and a couple in Europe and Great Britain. Devon Monk's book Death Without Mercy isn't set in New Orleans. Emily Hazen Reed, The Life of A.P. Dostie; Or, the Conflict of New Orleans ().

Monument Dedication Addresses Ceremonies in Augusta, Georgia: laying the corner stone of the Confederate monument and Dedication Address, 31 October. For more than thirty years, The Historic New Orleans Collection has been publishing books about the city and the Gulf South as part of our mission to promote the.

James Sallis’s brilliant six-book Lew Griffin series is set in New Orleans (mostly) but it’s less the city and more the soul of a man.

Best to read that series in order. Death and Life in.New Orleans - New Orleans - Cultural life: The cultural life of New Orleans is a synthesis of contributions by both whites and blacks. The white American heritage—with its roots in French-speaking Cajun society—is reflected in the business and commercial life of the city, while the immigrant heritage—Irish societies, German Oktoberfests, Italian St.

Joseph’s Day altars—adds ethnic.