The Saint Domingue epic: The de Rossignol des Dunes and family alliances

 
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The Epic traces de Rossignol family from the 9th century and migration of French colonist though the Antilles to the United States. Old and rare maps, genealogies and properties of families are presented. Contributions to development of New Orleans and rice culture in South Carolina by these and allied families. A unique tool for many who are descendants of the Saint-Domingue French.

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Sullivan-Holleman, Elizabeth & Hillery Cobb, Isabel
Published by Nightingale Press, Bay St. Louis, MS (1995)
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Book Description Nightingale Press, Bay St. Louis, MS, 1995. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. 1st Edition. light wear. illustrated w/ a few figures and b&w photographs. scarce. The Epic traces de Rossignol family from the 9th century and migration of French colonist though the Antilles to the United States. Old and rare maps, genealogies and properties of families are presented. Contributions to development of New Orleans and rice culture in South Carolina by these and allied families. A unique tool for many who are descendants of the Saint-Domingue French. Seller Inventory # 027873

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Sullivan-Holleman, Elizabeth & Hillery Cobb, Isabel
Published by The Nightingale Press, Bay St. Louis, MS (1995)
ISBN 10: 091070502X ISBN 13: 9780910705028
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Book Description The Nightingale Press, Bay St. Louis, MS, 1995. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. light wear. illustrated w/ a few figures and b&w photographs. signed/inscribed by authors. scarce. The Epic traces de Rossignol family from the 9th century and migration of French colonist though the Antilles to the United States. Old and rare maps, genealogies and properties of families are presented. Contributions to development of New Orleans and rice culture in South Carolina by these and allied families. A unique tool for many who are descendants of the Saint-Domingue French. Seller Inventory # 027872

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