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Tears, Love and Laughter; The Story of The Cajuns and Their Music. Revised and Expanded 4th Edition!
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Tears, Love and Laughter; The Story of The Cajuns and Their Music. Revised and Expanded 4th Edition!

By Daigle, Pierre V.

Ville Platte, LA: Swallow Publications, Inc, 1987. Paperback. [157]p., ads, illustrated with numerous snapshot portraits and professional stills, softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch glossy decorated wraps. Aside from a seller's small sticker on the cover, absolutely unmarked, a sound clean copy.

$15.00

Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959
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Against the grain; Southern radicals and prophets, 1929-1959

By Dunbar, Anthony P.

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1981. Hardcover. ix, 306p., illus.,very good condition in like dj.

$25.00

Isle of spice
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Isle of spice

By Oakes, David S.

Avery Island, LA: Jungle Gardens, n.d.. [12p.], staplebound booklet, light handling wear. Illustrated souvenir booklet from the Louisiana attraction, with text reprinted from a feature in Central Manufacturing District Magazine. Describes the birthplace of Tabasco sauce. Undated, but notes the nutria farm, which was established in 1938 and played a large role in the unfortunate release of this invasive rodent into North America.

$15.00

The Councilor. Vol. 3 no. 20 (Jan. 15, 1966)
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The Councilor. Vol. 3 no. 20 (Jan. 15, 1966)

Shreveport, LA: the newspaper, 1966. Four-page newspaper, folded in quarters, evenly toned. Single issue of the far-right newspaper, with coverage of a film called "My Baby is Black" that featured an interracial relationship. A Citizens Council director is quoted as calling its producer a "24-karat revolving oriental liar, a greasy merchant of celluloid packaged regurgitation.

$12.00

Behind Iron Lace [and Lagniappe]
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Behind Iron Lace [and Lagniappe]

By Celeste, Mercy

no place: Self-published by the author, 2015. Paperback. 337p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Set in New Orleans.

$11.00

CDL Special Report [two  issues]
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CDL Special Report [two issues]

By Warner, James K., editor

Baton Rouge, LA: Christian Defense League, 1980. Newspaper. Two issues of the tabloid newspaper format publication, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise good condition; issues present are 1 and 3. Cover stories include "Kosher food racket costs consumers millions,"Did Six Million Really Die?

$45.00

To Green Fields from Langsyne\'s Aridity (A collection of Poems)
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To Green Fields from Langsyne's Aridity (A collection of Poems)

By Jones, Frank A.

Oakland, CA: A Sandford Society Publication, 1977. Paperback. xvi, 45p. very good first edition trade paperback limited to 500 copies in green wraps. Baton Rouge, Louisiana-born, San Francisco-raised African American poet and chief editor of the Sandford Society journal.

$15.00

The CDL Report. January 1980
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The CDL Report. January 1980

By [Warner, James K.]

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Christian Defense League, 1980. Single issue of the monthly tabloid anti-Semitic, ani-Communist newspaper, evenly toned, otherwise very good condition; 20 pages. Also included is an original cover letter sent out with this issue.

$17.00

The CDL Report. Issue 30. December 1980
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The CDL Report. Issue 30. December 1980

By [Warner, James K.]

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Christian Defense League, 1980. Single issue of the monthly tabloid anti-Semitic, ani-Communist newspaper, very good condition; 16 pages. Also included is an original cover letter sent out with this issue.

$17.00

Accordion Dreams. A Journey into Cajun and Creole Music
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Accordion Dreams. A Journey into Cajun and Creole Music

By Kilpatrick, Blair

Jackson MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2009. Hardcover. xii, 250p., scattered snapshot illustrations, hardbound first edition in clothbacked boards and glossy dust jacket. Cloth spine bears a faint reader's crease, sound clean and unmarked, a nice copy.

$15.00

The CDL Report. Issue 32. February 1981
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The CDL Report. Issue 32. February 1981

By [Warner, James K.]

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Christian Defense League, 1981. Single issue of the monthly tabloid anti-Semitic, ani-Communist newspaper, very good condition; 16 pages. Also included is an original cover letter sent out with this issue.

$17.00

Say uncle
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Say uncle

By Quinn, Eric Shaw

New York: Dutton, 1994. Hardcover. 328p., very good first edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj. Louisiana author's first novel. First novel about a single gay man in a Southern town who is named as guardian of his infant nephew.

$12.00

The Theatre of Love presents \
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The Theatre of Love presents "Geese" two one-act plays by Gus Weill, designed, produced and directed by Philip Oesterman & Jim Fink [program]

By Weill, Gus, illustration by Harriette Frances

San Francisco: The Encore Theatre, 1970. Six panel program folded to 5.75x9.25 inches, cast and crew for the SF production, very goodon glossy stock with erotic illustration of two nude girls embracing and two nude boys embracing, very good. Weill was an ex-counter-intelligence officer from Louisiana who got into politics training Clinton's strategist James Carville and yet continued to write and stage plays mostly set in the South. This piece had gay and lesbian love stories. Weill just passed on in April of 2018.

$25.00

Satchmo: King of Jazz...ambassador of good will Collector\'s copy [magazine]
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Satchmo: King of Jazz...ambassador of good will Collector's copy [magazine]

By Armstrong, Louis, Jim mathews, editor, Vernon E. Brown, Roger LaManna cover art

Hollywood: Matco Publishing, 1971. Magazine. 80p. including covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, articles on New Orleans, Storyville, other jazz greats, biography of Satchmo, b&w and color photos, the great cover portrait repeated inside without cover text, mild dampstain at bottom edhge, souvenir collectors' magazin in pictorial wraps.

$20.00

The mayor of New Orleans; just talking jazz
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The mayor of New Orleans; just talking jazz

By Shaik, Fatima

Berkeley: Creative Arts, 1987. Hardcover. 143p. First printing. Very good in dj. Three New Orleans-based novellas.

$15.00

Every tongue got to confess; Negro folk-tales from the Gulf States, foreword by John edgar Wideman, edited and with an introduction by Carla Kaplan
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Every tongue got to confess; Negro folk-tales from the Gulf States, foreword by John edgar Wideman, edited and with an introduction by Carla Kaplan

By Hurston, Zora Neale

New York: HarperCollins, 2001. Hardcover. xxxiv, 279p., first printing, very good condition in like dj.

$15.00

Ten seconds
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Ten seconds

By Edwards, Louis

St. Paul: Graywolf Press, 1991. Trade Paperback. 166p., wraps, very good condition, signed. Paperback original. African American novelist's first book.

$15.00

Arrows of gold. An anthology of Catholic verse from \
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Arrows of gold. An anthology of Catholic verse from "America's first Catholic college for colored youth." [Cover title: Selected poems from the Deep South.]

By Clark, Peter Wellington, the editor

New Orleans: Xavier University Press, 1941. Hardcover. x, 85, [1] p., gift inscription on front endpaper, otherwise very good hardcover in lightly edgeworn dustjacket. Dustjacket titled "Arrows of Gold from the Deep South

$150.00

Death by the Riverside
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Death by the Riverside

By Redmann, J. M.

Norwich, VT: New Victoria Publishers, 1990. Paperback. 243p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. New Orleans lesbian murder mystery.

$12.00

The crisis in Llano Colony, 1935-1936, an epic story
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The crisis in Llano Colony, 1935-1936, an epic story

By Young, Sid

Los Angeles: the author, 1936. Pamphlet. 93p., wraps worn and stained, with minor chipping and creasing on the edges, else good condition, 4.5x6 inches.

$75.00

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