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    • Census of Louisiana - 1726

    • Census of Louisiana - 1726
    • Barthelemias; Douy; Du Fresne; Le Houx; Le Long; Mignon; Montpierre; Nogues; Poitevin; Thomas
    • Segment of original 1726 Census of Louisiana devoted to Arkansas Post as written by Sieur Du Fresne, the Director. Document also contains information on the Black River and Natchitoches inhabitants.
    • Census of Louisiana -1726 (Transcription & Translation)

    • Census of Louisiana -1726 (Transcription & Translation)
    • Barthelemias; Douy; Du Fresne; Le Houx; Le Long; Mignon; Montpierre; Nogues; Poitevin; Thomas
    • Photocopy of transcription of a segment of the Louisiana Census of 1726 devoted to Arkansas Post by Sieur du Fresne, the Director. Document also contains information on the Black River, Mobile, Balize and Natchitoches inhabitants.
    • Census of Louisiana - 1726

    • Census of Louisiana - 1726
    • Barthelemias; Douy; Du Fresne; Le Houx; Le Long; Mignon; Montpierre; Nogues; Poitevin; Thomas
    • Segment of original 1726 Census of Louisiana which has been transcribed into a separate logbook. Segment is devoted to Arkansas Post as listed by Sieur Du Fresne, the Director. Document also contains information on the Black River inhabitants.
    • Francoeur in Arkansas

    • Francoeur in Arkansas
    • Duchassin; Francoeur; Imbeau; Montcharvaux; Perthuis;
    • Typewritten notes by Dorothy Jones Core focused on the Francoeur family in Arkansas. Notes pulled from various archival sources.
    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749

    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749
    • L'Alemant; Baudoeun; Bauné; Billet; Bonnefont; Bontemps; Boury; Boutin; Boyer; Brindamour; Carignont; Caune; Des Cauttraux; Cronier; Dauberville; Delino de Chalmette; Flamant; Francoeur; La Froray; Gagnette; Gaura; Guillaume; Jafrillon;...
    • Photocopy of the 1749 census of Arkansas Post. Indicates the population of the Arkansas Region.
    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749 (Transcription & Translation)

    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749 (Transcription & Translation)
    • L'Alemant; Baudoeun; Bauné; Billet; Bonnefont; Bontemps; Boury; Boutin; Boyer; Brindamour; Carignont; Caune; Des Cauttraux; Cronier; Dauberville; Delino de Chalmette; Flamant; Francoeur; La Froray; Gagnette; Gaura; Guillaume; Jafrillon;...
    • Typed transcription and, in some parts, translation of the 1749 census. Document stems from the Loudon Papers at the Huntington Library. Document also refers to other Fench Lower Mississippi Valley events.
    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749 (Transcription, Translation and Description)

    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1749 (Transcription, Translation and Description)
    • L'Alemant; Baudoeun; Bauné; Billet; Bonnefont; Bontemps; Boury; Boutin; Boyer; Brindamour; Carignont; Caune; Des Cauttraux; Cronier; Dauberville; Delino de Chalmette; Flamant; Francoeur; La Froray; Gagnette; Gaura; Guillaume; Jafrillon;...
    • Document describes the Arkansas Census of 1749. It describes the history of preparing, obtaining and preserving this document. Notes in the margins were presumed to be written by Mrs. Leister E. Presley.
    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1723 (Transcription)

    • Census of Arkansas Post - 1723 (Transcription)
    • Barthelemy; Bourgais; Cantrelle; Code; Conard; Contanso; Couginart; Darabi; D’Arclon; D’Ovido; Dugué; Gabignon; Hachet; Hommar; Michel; Le Moine
    • Photocopy of transcription of the 1723 Census of Arkansas Post. Town identified as Osotehouy, Arkansas; lists the workers of the Concession formerly under the leadership of John Law. Dorothy Jones Core's notes and handwritten transcriptions of the...
    • Du Poisson Report

    • Du Poisson Report
    • Du Poisson
    • Document describes numerous French Posts in the Lower Mississippi Valley before 1730, presumably visited by Father Du Poisson.
    • Imbeau -- A First Family of Arkansas

    • Imbeau -- A First Family of Arkansas
    • Billet; De Clouet; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Marchand
    • Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on the Imbeau family of Arkansas; includes references to the Marchand, Lajeunesse and Billet family names.
    • Imbeau -- A First Family of Arkansas. Part II.

    • Imbeau -- A First Family of Arkansas. Part II.
    • Billet; Duchassin; De Clouet; Francoeur; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Marchand; Perthuis
    • Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on the Imbeau family, including Anselme Billet dit Lajeunesse and Louise Marchand. Further examines Jean Baptiste de Lajeunesse and other early Arkansas Individuals.
    • Arkansas Through the Looking Glass of 1743 Documents

    • Arkansas Through the Looking Glass of 1743 Documents
    • Baron; Baudoin; Bonnefont; Carignan; Duchassin; Cheval; Colleret; La Fleur dit Emmanuel; Flamant; Francoeur; Giscard dit Benoist; Grossilon dit Tourangeau; Guillaume Bienvenue; Imbeau; Lajeunesse; Mignon; Montcharvaux; Petit de Coulange; Le Pine;...
    • Grand Prairie Historical Society Bulletin article focused on miscellaneous documents of Arkansas Post from 1743. Numerous family names are revealed that otherwise would be absent given the lack of a 1743 census.

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