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  • "Cane," an ambitious suite he recently composed for the Imani Winds quintet, traces his father's roots in Natchitoches, La., back to Marie-Therese Coincoin, a former slave who bought her children's emancipation and helped seed Louisiana Creole culture.

    A Piano 'Genius' Finds His Edge

  • (News source.) The first photograph was taken in Natchitoches parish on Sept. 4, and the second was taken in Allen parish on Sept. 29.

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  • Joe Sanders, Jr. The Cane River story mirrors much of what I was told as a child about life in Natchitoches as well as other parts of Louisiana.

    Reader reviews of Cane River by Lalita Tademy.

  • Near 104 miles up Rouge River the French had a considerable post called Natchitoches, already mentioned, and which was a frontier to the Spanish settlements, being 20 miles from Fort Adayes.

    The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West Indies : containing an entire translation of the Spanish work of Colonel Don Antonio de Alcedo...with large additions and compilations from modern voyages and travels, and from original and authentic information

  • The "Natchitoches" had duly arrived in New York in October, and presently afterward Burnet was convulsed by the appearance of a tall young fellow in naval uniform, and the announcement of Katy's engagement to

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  • It is not fair to peep into love letters, so I will only say of Ned's that it was very long, very entertaining, -- Katy thought, -- and contained the pleasant information that the "Natchitoches" was to sail four days after it was posted, and would reach New York a week sooner than any one had dared to hope.

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  • Shanghai or Yokohama or wherever the "Natchitoches" might be; and she would put herself to sleep with the repetition of that lovely verse of

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  • After that the "Natchitoches" was to sail for an eighteen months 'cruise to China and Japan; and then Ned would probably have two years ashore at the Torpedo Station or Naval Academy or somewhere, and they would start a little home for themselves.

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  • A month later the "Natchitoches" sailed for the Bahamas.

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  • The "Natchitoches" had lately come from the Levant, and delightful Oriental confections now appeared for Amy and Mrs. Ashe;

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