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From: Jdouma <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Re: APG-D Digest V03 #346
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 21:30:08 -0500
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>(4) H├ębert also prepared another series called *South Louisiana Records*
>that focuses on the lower Delta (virtually all white entries). As with his
>Southwest Louisiana series, it's a compendium of both church and civil
>records.
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As one who has done no Catholic research to speak of, this is very
interesting!
In the above -- do you mean virtually all white entries are included
(not just selected) or the entries included are virtually all white (no
slave/fpc)?

Any idea of the completeness of the records in the first place? (not
these published works) Do they record the majority of the events in the
area, or is it spotty coverage, or does anyone know? Better compliance
for whites vs slave/fpc?

Thanks

--
Jane Douma Pearson
Genealogist, lecturer, family archivist




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