Laffite Society Collection

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Laffite Society Collection

 

The Laffite Society is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the study of the privateers Jean and Pierre Laffite and their contemporaries, and to the geographical locales and chronological era associated with them.

Recent Submissions

  • --, -- (Laffite Society, 1994)
    Included here are minutes of the meetings held by the Laffite Society, from 1994 to 2012
  • Kindall, Sheldon; translator; Castaneda, Juan de (2003-07)
    This is a second translation of an original in Spanish. The original translation that this translator was working with is described as a hard to read Zerox copy of a handwritten translation - translator not known. The ...
  • Schaadt, Robert L. (The Vindicator (newspaper in Liberty, Texas), 2012-10-04)
    Members of the Laffite Society gathered at the Magnolia Ridge Country Club in Liberty to honor Dr. Reginald and Betty Wilson on September 29, 2012. Dr. Wilson is an expert on the life and times of the buccaneers Jean and ...
  • Mott, Darlene; Meisch, Lisa; Young, Lynda (Texas State Library and Archives Commission; Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, 2006)
    This collection consists primarily of photocopies of articles, correspondence, research papers, manuscripts, newspaper articles, maps and excerpts from publications pertaining to the French settlement of Champ d'Asile, ...
  • -- (Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, 2006)
    Bibliography of resources and holdings of the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center pertaining to the abandoned settlement of Champ d'Asile along the Trinity River in Texas.

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