From French Community to Missouri Town: Ste. Genevieve in the Nineteenth Century
University of Missouri Press, 2006 - 232 pàgines
"Examines the historical circumstances, legal institutions, and popular customs of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri's oldest permanent settlement, to discuss how French and Spanish residents, German immigrants, and American settlers compromised on issues of education, religion, property laws, and women's rights to achieve order and community before and after the Louisiana Purchase"--Provided by publisher.
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Chapter Two The Old French Aristocracy
Chapter Three Americans in a French Community
Chapter Four German Influx
Chapter Five Becoming an American Town
Chapter Six Law and Order in Ste Genevieve
Chapter Seven French omen in an American Republic
Chapter Eight Slavery and Freedom
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