Wild Frenchmen and Frenchified Indians
Material Culture and Race in Colonial Louisiana
2012 | 360 pages | Cloth $45.00 | Paper $24.95
American History | Latin American Studies/Caribbean Studies
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I. FRENCHIFICATION IN THE ILLINOIS COUNTRY
Chapter 1. "Their Manner of Living"
Chapter 2. "Nothing of the Sauvage"
Chapter 3. "One People and One God"
II. FRENCHIFIED INDIANS AND WILD FRENCHMEN IN NEW ORLEANS
Chapter 4. "The First Creole from This Colony That We Have Received": Sister Ste. Marthe and the Limits of Frenchification
Chapter 5: "To Ensure That He Not Give Himself Over to the Sauvages": Cleanliness, Grease, and Skin Color
Chapter 6. "We Are All Sauvages": Frenchmen into Indians?
Epilogue: "True French"
List of Abbreviations