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Re: The Grandissimes: a story of Creole life by George W. Cable
Posted by: Cynthia Sheppard Johnston (ID *****6489) Date: March 02, 2004 at 21:11:15
In Reply to: Re: The Grandissimes: a story of Creole life by George W. Cable by Robert Lloyd of 260

Hi all --

The book is still in print, paperback only. I just received my first edition copy from England. * doing the happy dance *

At this above link, you will find a picture of the copy of the book for which I am still looking. I may have found two copies. * fingers crossed *

Espamonidas (sp?) is mentioned briefly in Fusilier - Philastre's family tree. She could not make a direct contact with our family. However, the dates that she has puts him in Louisiana at the time of the explorers.

One of my forefathers, Juchereau de St. Denys, was the nephew of, I believe, Iberville. I am not in New York with all of my materials :( . So, Espamonidas could have been traveling with them. Just a thought.


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