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NATCHITOCHES PARISH, 1774
1774 census of Negro & Mulatto slaves listed under name of the slave holder. Misc. Collection 1774 Census, Misc. #3
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, 1850-1851
1850-1851 manuscript account book (identification lost) from Isel Brevelle, listing purchasers & the items they purchased. Melrose Collection Folder 739
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, 1859 (April)
2 April 1859 - letters about family affairs written by Aimee Metoyer. Cloutier-Gaidry Collection Misc. #1
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, Memoris
A collection of the RSVP Program participants memories. (Christine Metoyer, Francis Metoyer, Corrine Metoyer, Pearl Montgomery, Amelia Christophe, Hattie Harris, Lorenza Rachal, Victoria LaCour, Mary Chevalier. RSVP Collection
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, Pictures
For snapshots taken between about 1900 and about 1940, see Melrose Scrapbook. Melrose Scrapbook Nos. 68 through 77
NATCHITOCHES PARISH, Post of; Slavery
1774 census of the Post of Natchitoches: slaveowners, listing numbers of Negro & Mulatto slaves held by each, and their value. Misc. Collection 1774 Census, Misc. #3
NEGRO, Portraits
Snapshots of portraits of Dominique Metoyer & Augustine Metoyer's portraits, painted 1836. Melrose Scrapbook #244
NEGRO SUPERSTITIONS, Cane River Country
1925 Times Picayune article by Lyle Saxon "Cane River Superstitions". Melrose Collection Folder 211
NICHOLAS,
Undated plat showing land of Nicholas, a free Negro "now Augustine Metoyer", 640 acres, adjoining vacant land & Benjamin Metoyer on Little River. Cloutier Collection Folder 55
NICOLAS AUGUSTIN,
1801 will of Claude Thomas Pierre Metoyer; names Nicolas Augustine son of Marie Therese dite Coincoin. Melrose Collection Folder 728, 703
NSU DEPARTMENT, Social Studies, 1940-1948
Correspondence of department members with presidents Fredericks, Farrar; budgets, expenditures, teaching loads, salaries, buildings; questionnaire about current (1948) political events; proposed study of Cane River mulattoes and their French. University Archives Folder J247

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