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Brasseaux, Carl A(nthony)

BRASSEAUX, Carl A(nthony)

BRASSEAUX, Carl A(nthony). Also writes as Antoine Bourque. American, b. 1951. Genres: Adult non-fiction, History, Bibliography, Reference, Translations. Career: University of Louisiana at Lafayette, assistant director of Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism, 1975-2001, director, 2001-, curator of colonial records collection, 1980-, adjunct assistant professor, 1987-90, assistant professor, 1990-98, professor of history, 1998-; writer. Consultant to businesses, organizations, and institutions. Publications: HISTORY: (with G.R. Conrad and R.W. Robison) The Courthouses of Louisiana, 1977, 2nd ed., 1998; (comp. with Conrad) Gone but Not Forgotten: Records from South Louisiana Cemeteries, vol. 1: St. Peter's Cemetery, New Iberia, LA, 1983; Denis-Nicolas Foucault and the New Orleans Rebellion of 1768, 1987; The Founding of New Acadia, 1987; (trans. with E. Garcia and J.K. Voorhies, annotator with Voorhies, and ed.) Quest for the Promised Land, 1989; In Search of Evangeline, 1989; Lafayette, Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow, 1990; The Foreign French: French Immigration into the Mississippi Valley, 1820-1900, vol. 1: 1820-1839, 1990, vol. 2: 1840-1848, 1992, vol. 3: 1820-1900, 1993; Scattered to the Wind, 1991; Acadian to Cajun, 1992; Crevasse: The 1927 Flood in Acadiana, 1994; (with C. Oubre and K.P. Fontenot) Creoles of Color in the Bayou Country, 1995; A Refuge for All Ages: Immigration in Louisiana History, 1996; France's Forgotten Legion, 2000; Snags, Sandbars, and Smokestacks, forthcoming. REFERENCE WORKS: (with Conrad) A Selected Bibliography of Scholarly Literature on Colonial Louisiana and New France, 1982; (with Conrad) Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association: Index to Volumes 1 to 25, 1985, Index to Volumes 26 to 30, 1990; (with M.J. Foret) A Bibliography of Acadian History, Literature, and Genealogy, 1955-1985, 1986; (with Conrad) A Bibliography of Scholarly Literature on Colonial Louisiana and New France, 1992. OTHER: (as Antoine Bourque) Trois Saisons: Nouvelles, contes, et fables, 1988. EDITOR: (trans., and annotator) A Comparative View of French Louisiana: The Journals of Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville and Jean-Jacques-Blaise d'Abbadie, 1979, 2nd ed., 1980; (with M. Allain) A Franco-American Overview: Louisiana, vol. 5, 1981, vol. 6, 1981, vol. 7: The Post-bellum Period, 1982, vol. 8: French Louisiana in the 20th Century, 1982; (with Conrad, and annotator) M.deV. du Terrage, The Last Years of French Louisiana, 1982; (assoc.) Dictionary of Louisiana Biography, 1988, (with J.D. Wilson Jr.) Ten-Year Supplement, 1988-1998, 1998; (and annotator, with Conrad) The Road to Louisiana: The Saint-Domingue Refugees, 1792-1809, 1992. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, PO Box 40199, Lafayette, LA 70504, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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