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  • Deslondes, however, "was not the contented slave he appeared" but "one of the key architects of an elaborate scheme to kill off the white planters, seize power for the black slaves, and win his own freedom and that of all those laboring in chains on the German Coast."

    Rebel slaves, silenced Jonathan Yardley 2011

  • Though the slave army's ultimate goal was New Orleans, its uprising began in "one of the wealthiest and most fertile stretches of agricultural land in North America: Louisiana's famed German Coast."

    Rebel slaves, silenced Jonathan Yardley 2011

  • The former had apparently spread a rumour that an invasion of the German Coast was to take place, and the enemy concentrated numbers of troops there in case it happened.

    The Sherwood Foresters in the Great War 1914 - 1919 History of the 1/8th Battalion W. C. C. Weetman

  • Page 9 it not been for Bolus's generosity in giving "the boys" a chance to win back by doubling off on the high hand, there is no knowing what charges of owners would not have occurred in the Rapides or on the German Coast.

    The flush times of Alabama and Mississippi : a series of sketches, 1853

  • And on the night of January 8, 1811, along Louisiana's German Coast, he led the largest slave uprising in American history.

    NPR Topics: News 2011

  • The pattern of mutations on Louisiana's Côte des Allemands, or German Coast, was very unusual, if not unique.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4 1981


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  • Louisiana, USA, of course. Let's leave it to the French and Germans to decide where and how andouille sausage found its way into Cajun and American cooking.

    March 6, 2011