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  • Gravier, Gabriel
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  • Honour, Hugh
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  • Hulbert, Archer B.
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  • Jackson, Jack
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  • Jackson, Jack
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  • Jackson, Jack, Robert S. Weddle, and Winston De Ville
    1990: Mapping Texas and the Gulf Coast: the Contributions of St. Denis, Oliván, and Le Maire. Texas A & M University Press, College Station.
     
  • Jiménez Codinach, Estela Guadalupe
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  • Krebs, M. A.
    1982: Naissance de la Louisiane: Tricentenaire des découvertes de Cavelier de La Salle. Delegation aux Celebrations Nationales, Paris.
     
  • La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François-Alexandre-Frédéric, duc de (1747-1827)
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  • La Roncière, Charles de
    1907: Catalogue Général des Manuscrits des Bibliothèques Publiques de France. Bibliothèques de la Marine. Plon-Nourrit et Cie., Paris.
     
  • Laprairie, Richard
    2014: Reoriented Perspectives on the Clowes Map of 1701. The Portolan 91: 9-22.
     
  • Lemmon, Alfred E., John T. Magill, and Jason R. Wiese, eds.
    2003: Charting Louisiana: Five Hundred Years of Maps. Historic New Orleans Collection, New Orleans.
     
  • Lowery, Woodbury
    1912: The Lowery Collection: A Descriptive List of Maps of the Spanish Possessions within the Present Limits of the United States, 1502-1820. Edited by Philip Lee Phillips. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
     
  • McCorkle, Barbara B.
    2001: New England in Early Printed Maps, 1513 to 1800: An Illustrated Carto-Bibliography. John Carter Brown Library, Providence, R.I.
     
  • Marcel, Gabriel
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  • Marcel, Gabriel
    1893: Reproductions de Cartes et de Globes relatifs à la découverte de l'Amérique du XVIe au XVIIe siècle avec texte explatif. E. Leroux, Paris.
     
  • McComb, David G.
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  • McNamara, Mike
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  • Moore, Alexander
    1988: Nairne’s Muskhogean Journals: The 1708 Expedition to the Mississippi River. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson and London.
     
  • Penfold, Peter A. (ed.)
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  • Peterson, Charles E.
    1993: Colonial St. Louis: Building a Creole Capital. Patrice Press, Tucson.
     
  • Reeves, Henry M.; Gagnon, François-Marc; Houston, C. Stuart
    2004: "'Codex Canadiensis,' an Early Illustrated Manuscript of Canadian Natural History." Archives of Natural History 31(1): 150-166.
     
  • Ritter, Michael
    2001: "Seutter, Probst and Lotter: An Eighteenth-Century Map Publishing House in Germany." Imago Mundi 53: 130-135.
     
  • Servicio Geográfico del Ejército
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  • Servicio Geográfico del Ejército
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  • Servicio Geográfico del Ejército
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  • Servicio Historico Militar
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  • Servicio Histórico Militar
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  • Servicio Histórico Militar
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  • Shea, John Gilmary
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  • Smith, Clara A.
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  • Taliaferro, Henry
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  • Thomassy, Raymond
    1860: Géologie pratique de la Louisiane. Chez l'auteur, Nouvelle-Orléans; Lacrois et Baudry, Paris.
     
  • Thwaites, Ruben Gold, ed.
    1896-1901: The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France -- 1610-1791. 73 volumes. Burrows Brothers, Cleveland.
     
  • Toledano, Roulhac, and Mary Louise Christovich
    1980: New Orleans Architecture, Volume VI. Faubourg Tremé and the Bayou Road. Pelican Publishing Co., Gretna, La.
     
  • Torres Lanzas, Pedro
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  • Tucker, Sara Jones
    1942: Indian Villages of the Illinois Country: Part 1, Atlas. Scientific Papers 2. Illinois State Museum, Springfield.
     
  • Villiers du Terrage, Marc de
    1921: "Note Sur Deux Cartes Dessinées Par Les Chikachas En 1737." Journal de la Société des Américanistes de Paris, n.s. vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 7-10.
     
  • Villiers du Terrage, Marc de
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  • Villiers du Terrage, Marc de
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    1919: "Les indiens du Texas et les expéditions françaises de 1720 et 1721 à la Baie Saint-Bernard." Journal de la Société des Américanistes de Paris, n.s. vol. 11, no. 2.
     
  • Ware, John D., and Robert R. Rea
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  • Weddle, Robert S.
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  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
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  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
    1946: "An Architectural History of the Royal Hospital and the Ursuline Convent of New Orleans." Louisiana Historical Quarterly 29: 559-669. [Reprinted 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. 161-220. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.]
     
  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
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  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
    1965: "Colonial Fortifications and Military Architecture in the Mississippi Valley." In The French in the Mississippi Valley, edited by John Francis McDermott, pp. 103-122. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. [Reprinted 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. 41-68. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.]
     
  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
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  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
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  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
    1973: "Religious Architecture in French Colonial Louisiana." In Winterthur Portfolio 8: 63-106. [Reprinted 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. 108-147. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.]
     
  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
    1975: "French Colonial Architecture in Eighteenth-Century West Florida." In Eighteenth-Century Florida and its Borderlands, edited by Samuel Proctor, pp. 102-139. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville. [Reprinted 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. 69-100. Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.]
     
  • Wilson, Samuel, Jr.
    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
    1894: Cartier to Frontenac: Geographical Discovery in the Interior of North America in its Historical Relations, 1534-1700. Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston and New York.
     
  • Winsor, Justin
    1895: The Mississippi Basin: The Struggle in America Between England and France. Houghton, Mifflin and Co., Boston and New York.
     


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