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    1987: "Bienville's New Orleans: A French Colonial Capital, 1718-1768." In The Architecture of Colonial Louisiana: Collected Essays of Samuel Wilson, Jr., F.A.I.A., edited by Jean M. Farnsworth and Ann M. Masson, pp. 1-23. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette. [This article is a slightly revised version of the introduction to Wilson's 1968 exhibit catalog of the same name, but with a different set of illustrations.]
     
  • Winsor, Justin
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