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The Grandissimes: a story of Creole life by George W. Cable
Posted by: Rose Wells (ID *****1995) Date: October 09, 2003 at 04:49:41
In Reply to: Re: Book -- "The Grandissimes" by Robert Lloyd of 260

Good morning Robert,

I have a link to the Evangeline Parish Library's Catalog Online in Ville Platte, LA, however, this morning I was denied access...something to do with cookies...I haven't heard that expression in many a day. I have a feeling the book can be found in the VP library.

When I was a young girl living in Ville Platte, I knew a girl named Norma Jean Fuselier - believe her father was Goldman Fuselier (?)

I have a link to the online catalog of the Jefferson County Library in Birmingham - There is a copy of the book, The Grandissimes: a story of Creole life/by George W. Cable; foreward by Suzanne Jones, published in Athens: University of Georgia Press, c1988, in the Homewood branch, Call #F Cab
Subject: New Orleans (LA) - - History - - Fiction

I am not a Fuselier descendant, however, my mother's sister, Alcedia LeDoux, was married to Hampton Fuselier. For this reason, I followed the Fuselier family.

I live "over the mountain", not far from Homewood, and I will drive over there and have a look at the book.


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