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Negro ironworkers in Louisiana, 1718-1900

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Pelican Pub. Co. , Gretna [La.]
Ironwork -- Louisiana., African Americans -- Employment -- Louis

Places

Louis

Statementby Marcus Christian.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK8212.A1 C57
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 61 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5303634M
ISBN 100911116745
LC Control Number72085953
OCLC/WorldCa532456

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The Strange History of the American Quadroon: Free Women of Color in the Revolutionary Atlantic World. University of North Carolina Press, Cohen, David W. and Jack P. Greene, eds. Marcus Christian, the author of Negro Ironworkers, which was published inexplains that wrought iron work is "hand-crafted, highly individualized creation" that when heated to red hot can "be beaten formed into almost any shape." Negro Ironworkers of Louisianap.

About this time (), Christian's small book Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana, was published. The title understates the breadth of this extremely well-docu-mented, smooth-reading treatise, which hints at the volumi-nous and important documentation Christian and other scholars (including Octave Lilly) had accumulated during.

His first book of poetry was published inand he was a contributor to newspapers across the country. His published historical works include "Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana. Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana Although “The Negro in Louisiana” still awaits publication, Christian was the published author of both historical and poetical works.

While at UNO he completed Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana, His poem, I Am New Orleans was published on the front page of the New Orleans Times-Picayune in From his archives, he produced the book, Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana,which is still in print.

Christian may have worn a suit jacket with mismatched pants, as a former student related, but he was always on time for class. Books with call numbers beginning with “R” are for use in the library only.

Ancestry is an online database available on computers at all St. Louis Christian, Marcus Bruce. Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana, Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Co., Call no. R CN Hall, Gwendolyn Midlo. Africans in Colonial Louisiana. The books listed below are available for you at Sims Memorial Library.

Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana, by Marcus Christian; Jerah Johnson (Introduction by) Call Number: NKA1 C57Author: Angie Balius. Christian also gathered the material that would be published in the s as his Negro Iron Workers of Louisiana: He also completed a thousand pages of a manuscript on the history of blacks in Louisiana, but it never became a book.

In he published Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana,regarded as "a valuable original contribution not only to Louisiana history but to Negro history" (Ward-Steiman ). The work provides a reference source on the Negro's contribution to the architectural beauty of New Orleans, as well as information regarding inventions by slaves.Marcus Christian is the author of Negro Ironworkers of Louisiana, ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ) and The Newcomer ( 5/5(1).Books by Marcus Bruce Christian.

Song of the Black Valiants: Marching Tempo / High Ground: A Collection of Poems / Negro soldiers in the Battle of New Orleans I am New Orleans: A Poem / Negro Iron Workers of Louisiana: / The Liberty Monument.