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Louisiana Paradise
he Chenieres and Wetlands of Southwest Louisiana

Amanda Sagrera Hanks
Hardcover
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BOOK SUMMARY
A look at the untold treasures of southwestern Louisiana's wetlands.

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BOOK EXCERPTS
CONTENTS

The Chenieres Region's Formation

Chenieres au Tigre

Grand Cheniere

The Treasures of Pecan Island

The Wildlife Refuges

Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Refuge

The State Game Preserve

The Sabine National Wildlife Refuge

Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge

The Russell Sage Wildlife Refuge

The Rockefeller Refuge

Vermilion Corporation Holdings

The Florence Club: "Duck Capital of the World"

An Eye for the Future: The Vermilion Parish School Board's Sixteenth Land Sections

Nutria: The Furbearing Settlers of South Louisiana

Cultivating the Wetlands: Louisiana's Unique Resource

Louisiana's Last Frontier: Cameron Parish

John J. Lynch: The Father of the Flyway Biologists

The Father of Louisiana Conservation: E. A. McIlhenny

Lenora Vaughan: A Memorable Matron of Pecan Island

Raphael Semmes Sagrera: A Man of Honor

Dr. Raphael E. Sagrera: The Forefather of the Sagreras in Medicine

Ulysses Veazey: A Citizen of the Community

Eugene G. Broussard: Game Warden

The Human Impact

The Discovery of Louisiana's First Historical Shipwreck: The Nuevo Constance

Oil in Jennings

Oil in Southwestern Louisiana

The Intracoastal Waterway

The Cameron Jetties: A Harbor Made Safe

Intracoastal City: An Island Offshore Oil Base

Freshwater City: A Dream from the Future

Big Woods: A Vanishing Cypress Swamp

The Erosion of Louisiana's Coastline

The Wartime Letters of Zoe Cessac Sagrera

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Center for Louisiana Studies

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MORE BOOK INFO
ISBN: 0940984385
ISBN(13-digit): 9780940984387
Copyright: 1988
Library of Congress: 87-72721
Book Publisher: Center for Louisiana Studies
Binding: Sewn
No. of Pages: 129





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