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- French Colonial History
- Michigan State University Press
- Governing the Swamp: Health and Environment in Eighteenth-Century Nouvelle-Orléans Volume 11, 2010, pp. 1-21
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This issue contains 9 articles in total
- Traître au colonialisme? The Georges Boudarel Affair and the Memory of the Indochina War
- The Noble Savage and the Savage Noble: Philosophy and Ethnography in the Voyages of the Baron de Lahontan
- Troublesome Chiefs and Disorderly Subjects: The Indigénat and the Internment of Kanak in New Caledonia (1887–1928)
- Unequal Transitions: Two Métis Women in Eighteenth-Century Île Royale
- Aristotle in New France: Louis Nicolas and the Making of the Codex canadensis
- A Community of Resistance: The Organization of Protest in New Orleans against the U.S. Territorial Administration, 1803–1805
- A Newly Discovered Manuscript Map by Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz
- Governing the Swamp: Health and Environment in Eighteenth-Century Nouvelle-Orléans
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