Louisiana Scholars’ College Senior Theses 2017-11-09T13:00:27+00:00

Louisiana Scholars’ College Senior Theses

A Selection from the Past and a Contemplation of the Future

The following titles are examples of research conducted in the Cammie G. Henry Research Center.

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Heather Jarrell

Fort Jesup Area Map

Heather Jarrell
2001

The Fort Jesup Hospital Complex: Integrating Historical Research and Geophysical Exploration to Facilitate Archaeological Investigation

LD 3091. L3686. J3774

The map is from the 1984 second revised edition of the Atlas of American History published by Charles Scribner’s Sons.

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Rhonda Fair

Caddo Wattle and Daub House and Caddo Grass House (WPA Reconstructions).

Rhonda Fair
1997

An Anthropological Dictionary: A New Approach

LD 3091. L3686. F357

Photograph by Douglas Raymond, From The Historic Indian Tribes of Louisiana, by Fred Kniffen, Hiram Gregory and George A. Stokes, LSU Press, 1987.

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Jimmy Wayne Neil

A 1930’s photograph of a Creole on the Cane River.

Jimmy Wayne Neil
1991

Forced Heirship In Louisiana: Abolished or Polished?

LD 3091. L3686. N45

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Justin Shatwell

Map of the Presidio Nuestra Senora Del Pilar de Los Adaes.

Justin Shatwell
2004

A Tale of Two Forts: The Family, Economic, and Cultural Ties between Presidio Nuestra Senora Del Pilar de Los Adaes and Fort St. Jean Baptiste

LD 3091. L3686. S5389

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Thomas Zimmerman

Fishing on the Cane River, ca. 1930’s.

Thomas Zimmerman
1992

Family Storytelling: The Invaluable Vehicle of Collective History

LD3091. L3686. Z566

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John Rigler

St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church on the Cane River, ca. 1950s.

John Rigler
1992

Religion and Ethnic Identity: The Cane River Creoles
LD 3091. L3686. R545

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Michelle D. Craig

Baptism on the Cane River, ca. 1926.

Michelle D. Craig
1999

African American Spirituals as a Form of Oral Communication and Oral History
LD 3091. L3686. C537

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Ricky Darbonne

Melrose Store in Natchitoches Parish, ca. 1930s. Melrose Collection

Ricky Darbonne
1995

The Rise of the Southern Plantation Store: 1865-1880

LD 3091. L3686. D373

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Laura Thorn

Ada Jack Carver and Cammie G. Henry, ca. 1930s.

Laura Thorn
1991

A Place of Stillness: Melrose and the Southern Literary Community of the 1920’s and 1930’s

LD 3091. L3686. T467

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Lori K. Dunn

Kate O’Flaherty Chopin, ca. 1870s.

Lori K. Dunn
1998

The Belle Who Left The Ball: The Ideal of Southern Womanhood In Kate Chopin’s The Awakening

LD 3091. L3686. D86

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Tammy Lynn Clary

Carmelita “Cammie, Jr.” Henry, ca. 1927

Tammy Lynn Clary
1992

Ladyhood In the Contemporary South: A Study of Mother-Daughter Relationships in James Wilcox’s Fiction

LD 3091. L3686. C537

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Jenny Smith

Jenny Smith
1992

Cammie Garrett Henry: An Examination of the Relationship between a Literary Patron and her Son and Daughter

LD 3091. L3686. S65

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John Murphy Castille

Marie Therese Carmelite Anty Metoyer, ca. 1830s.

John Murphy Castille
1991

A Study of the Lives of Pierre Badin and His Slaves and an Examination of the Free People of Color in the Antebellum South.

LD 3091. L3686. C379

According to Elizabeth Mills in her work Isle of Canes, Marie was the wife of Auguste Metoyer, the daughter-in-law of Nicholas Augustin and Marie Agnes Poissot Metoyer, the daughter of Marie Susanne Metoyer, and the grand daughter of Marie Therese Coincoin and Claude Thomas Pierre Metoyer. Joseph Marion Henry, Jr. Collection, Cammie G. Henry Research Center