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men who built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana

Captain Edward D. Turner"s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army

by Annette Carpenter Womack

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Published by Willow Bend Books in Westminster, Md .
Written in English

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  • Natchitoches Parish (La.),
  • Natchitoches (La.),
  • Louisiana,
  • Natchitoches Parish.,
  • Natchitoches Parish,
  • Natchitoches
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 2nd. Captain Edward D. Turner"s Company.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Louisiana -- Natchitoches Parish.,
    • Soldiers -- Louisiana -- Natchitoches Parish -- Registers.,
    • Soldiers -- Louisiana -- Natchitoches -- Registers.,
    • Natchitoches Parish (La.) -- History, Military -- 19th century -- Sources.,
    • Natchitoches (La.) -- History, Military -- 19th century -- Sources.,
    • Louisiana -- History -- 1803-1865 -- Sources.,
    • Natchitoches Parish (La.) -- Genealogy.,
    • Natchitoches (La.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCaptain Edward D. Turner"s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the U.S. Army in the territory of Orleans of the Louisiana Purchase, 1802-1805, Captain Edward D. Turner"s 2nd Regiment-- Infantry in Louisiana Purchase, 1802-1805, Captain Edward D. Turner"s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army, stationed in the territory of Orleans of the Louisiana Purchase, 1802-1805
      StatementAnnette Carpenter Womack.
      GenreRegisters., Sources., Genealogy.
      ContributionsTurner, Edward D., ca. 1768-1811., United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 2nd. Captain Edward D. Turner"s Company.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF377.N4 W67 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination299 p. :
      Number of Pages299
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3379367M
      ISBN 101585498157
      LC Control Number2004540289
      OCLC/WorldCa52940152

      Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collections are small collections, less than 2½ inches Manuscript 1 World War II. Collection, folders Material collected mainly by President Joel L. Fletcher from items sent him by former Southwestern Louisiana Institute (now . Claiborne Parish is a parish of the state of county seat is of the Census, 17, people lived there. At the end of the 18 th century, when sugar cane and cotton helped make South Louisiana a booming financial success, the north central Louisiana hill parishes of Bienville, Claiborne, Jackson, Lincoln, and Union were still inhabited only by the Caddoes and other scattered Indian tribes. Even as late as the Louisiana Purchase in , Fort Miro, on the Ouachita River, in Ouachita Parish, and. Book The Claiborne Mansion, New Orleans on Tripadvisor: See 36 traveler reviews, 12 candid photos, and great deals for The Claiborne Mansion, ranked #78 of B&Bs / inns in New Orleans and rated of 5 at Tripadvisor/5(36).


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men who built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana by Annette Carpenter Womack Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Men Who Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana Captain Edward D. Turner's Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army - Annette Carpenter Womack.

These muster rolls and payroll records have been transcribed from photocopies of exceptionally clear original documents found in the National Archives.5/5(1). The Men that Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana: Captain Edward D.

Turner’s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army - Annette Carpenter Womack. These muster rolls and payroll records have been transcribed from photocopies of exceptionally clear original documents found in the National Archives.

The Men Who Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana Captain Edward D. Turner's Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army - Annette Carpenter Womack. These Louisiana book rolls and payroll records have been transcribed from photocopies of exceptionally clear original documents found in the National : Annette Carpenter Womack.

"A closer view of the men who built Fort Claiborne located in Natchitoches, Territory of Orleans, presently Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. This work is based on the muster and payroll records of Fort Claiborne"--Added title page.

Coordinates. Camp Claiborne was a U.S. Army military camp during World War II located in Rapides Parish in central camp was under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Eighth Service Command, and inclu acres (93 km²).The camp was just north of the town of present-day Forest Hill, near the intersection of U.S.

Highway and Louisiana Highway   The Men Who Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana: Captain Edward D. Turner’s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army. Westminster, MD: Willow Bend Books, p., softcover.

$ + $ s/h. Fort Claiborne at Natchitoches was built by United States troops, after the occupancy of that place by the United States army. It occupied the first hill near the river and was about two acres in extent, and was 30 or 40 feet above the river bank. The fort was in such ruins by the time the United States acquired the area in the Louisiana Purchase () that the Americans could no longer use it, so they built Fort Claiborne nearby.

The site obtained for the replication of Fort St. Jean Baptiste is located on Cane River Lake (formerly the Red River) a few hundred yards from the original. This page has been accessed 2, times. This page was last modified20 April by John Stanton.; Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution.

The Men Who Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana Captain Edward D. Turner's Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army by Annette Carpenter Womack (1 times) Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling (1 times) Art From Her Heart by Kathy Whitehead (1 times) A Night in. Fort established here in Named after William C.

Claiborne, then Governor of territorial Louisiana. Protected U.S. interests on southwestern frontier. Garrisoned almost continuously until establishment of Fort Jesup in Natchitoches was once again on the border with Spanish Texas and the U.S.

built two forts in the area. Fort Claiborne was established in Natchitoches shortly after the Louisiana Purchase, but was replaced in by Fort Jesup, located several miles west of town. Fort Claiborne Guest House, Second Street, Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish, LA Contributor Names Historic American Buildings Survey, creator Cane.

French explorer, Louis Jouchereau de St. Denis establishes Fort St. Jean Baptiste near the Natchitoches Indian village along the Red River, signaling the founding of the town of Natchitoches. Natchitoches became the first European settlement in the Louisiana territory. Natchitoches Parish. Natchitoches (/ ˈ n æ k ə t ə ʃ / NAK-ə-təsh; French: Les Natchitoches) is a small city and the parish seat of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States.

Established in by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis as part of French Louisiana, the community was named after the indigenous Natchitoches people.

The City of Natchitoches was not incorporated until after Louisiana had become a Country: United States. Claiborne Parish (French: Paroisse de Claiborne) is a parish located in the northwestern section of the U.S. state of parish was formed inand was named for the first Louisiana governor, William C.

of the census, the population The parish seat is for: William C. Claiborne. Similarly, during the Mexican War in the s, Fort Pike was a stopover for soldiers bound for Texas and Mexico. In between these wars, Fort Pike was largely abandoned and left in the care of a single ordnance sergeant.

Inthe silence of Fort Pike was broken. Before the actual start of the Civil War, the Louisiana militia captured the fort. The Men that Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana: Captain Edward D. Turner’s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army By: Annette Carpenter Womack Price: $ The one book I did not self-publish was: The Men Who Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisiana.

Captain Edward D. Turner’s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army. Captain Edward D. Turner’s Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army. Then and Now at Fort St. Jean. The story of Natchitoches begins with a French military presence that grew from huts in to a full-fledged fort ina fort whose remarkable replica will be the star of this year’s month observance of the Natchitoches Tricentennial.

Built inCamp Claiborne was home to the largest wargames in American history, the Louisiana Maneuvers in and was the birthplace of the much storied and celebrated 82nd and st airborne divisions. During it's brief existince, lasting just over 5 years, Camp Claiborne saw over a half million men pass through it's gates.

3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), VidWok - Videos on Fire, Walker's Studio, Samsung, Cynthia Denese Carter, KSLA N Joe Madison - "The Black Eagle",Porch, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Of Louisiana, Ayers Legends German Shepherds, Fresenius Kidney Care, Van Kyzar, Slow Cooker Kitchen, DJ B-1 Planet Funksville.

The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger.

Fort Claiborne (historical) is covered by the Natchitoches North, LA US Topo Map quadrantBuckner, AR: mi. The Claiborne Building is located one block north of the State Capitol and Capitol Annex Buildings, directly across the street and east of Hollywood Casino, and west of Capitol Lake.

Visitors' parking is located on the south side of the building and can be accessed by turning left at the yellow caution light at the intersection of North Third. Louisiana (/ l u ˌ iː z i ˈ æ n ə / (), / ˌ l uː z i-/ ()) is a state in the Deep South region of the South Central United is the 19th-smallest by area and the 25th most populous of the 50 U.S.

ana is bordered by the state of Texas to the west, Arkansas to the north, Mississippi to the east, and the Gulf of Mexico to the south.

A large part of its eastern boundary Largest city: New Orleans. As a historian and resident of Claiborne Parish, (in Louisiana we call them parishes instead of counties), I welcome this reprint of the original Harris and Hulse "The History of Claiborne Parish Louisiana".

This classic work covers the history of the Parish from its incorporation in until /5(1). Welcome to the City of Natchitoches, Louisiana The City of Natchitoches is the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Natchitoches was established in by Louis Juchereau de St.

Denis. The French originally founded Natchitoches as an outpost on the Red River to trade with the Spanish in Mexico. When La Harpe arrived at Natchitoches with his fifty men he found Commandant Blondel in charge, with Father Manuel, of the Adayes Mission, as his guest.

On an island near the fort were members of the Natchitoches, Dulcinoes and Yattassee tribes. La Harpe went as far as latitude 33° 35', and erected a post there, miles from Natchitoches. The History of Claiborne Parish, Louisiana: Preview this book at Malvern labored land Legislature living Malvern Hill Methodist miles Minden minister Mississippi Monroe moved Murrell Nashville Natchitoches North Louisiana oflicers organized Ouachita Ouachita River parolled preached preacher Presbytery President profitably Red River.

Claiborne’s brother) in Washington D.C. to George Penn in Covington, Louisiana, discussing Penn’s family and thanking them for their political support.

Notable Correspondence: Novem – Letter from Edmund P. Gaines at Fort Stoddert in the District of Mobile to Claiborne discussing 12% tax that Spanish commandant is. They built Fort Clatsop and spent the winter in present-day Oregon.

On the way back inLewis and Clark split up to explore more territory and look for faster route home. Lewis and his men faced great danger when a group of Blackfeet Indians sought to steal from the corps in late July. Two Blackfeet were killed in the ensuing conflict.

Claiborne Parish was formed from the County of Natchitoches in When the state legislature created Claiborne Parish out of Natchitoches Parish inall governmental business, including court, began being held in the Murrell house. This continued until the new parish's police jury selected Russellville as.

It was later renamed for the Governor of the Territory of Orleans and first governor of the State of Louisiana, William C.C.

Claiborne. Inconstruction crews were sent to expand the camp, and it was activated in From toover half a million men went through Camp Claiborne. Natchitoches.

Natchitoches was not the first European "settlement" in present-day Louisiana. That was Fort de Mississippi, also called Fort de la Boulaye and Fort Iberville, on the east bank of the Mississippi near today's Phoenix in Plaquemines Parish; Iberville built the fort in early and garrisoned it with sturdy Canadians, and Bienville abandoned the site in Ile Natchitoches Louisiana Quad - Usgs - 23 X Louisiana, Natchitoches - $ Louisiana, Natchitoches Parish, Melrose Plantation, Calico Cook Book, Here, with much ceremony, he gain took possession of Louisiana in the name of the King of France.

He began his return voyage to Canada. The following winter he built a fort on the site of an Illinois Indian village which he named Ft.

Louis. The following spring he turned the fort over to the command of Tonti and went to Canada. The original homelands of the Caddos consist of the Red River Valley from southeastern Oklahoma to Natchitoches, Natchitoches to the Mississippi River confluence, tribes that claimed allegiance, kinship, or relationships to the Natchez and Choctaws (whose principal settlements were east of the Mississippi River) occupied the lands.

Heliopolis was built specifically for the removal of the Great River Raft from until Note that the boat assisted, but the main work was done by men - specifically, enslaved men and immigrants. With the removal of the raft, new towns prospered and old ones found themselves shut out - Natchitoches, for example, was suddenly.

Louisiana: Sitz vo da Vawoitung: Homer: Adress vom Vawoitungssitz: Parish Courthouse P.O. Box Homer, LA Grindung: Buidt aus: Natchitoches Parish: Vuawoi: Demographie Eihwohna: () Dichtn: 8,8 Eihwohna/km² Eadkund Flächn gesamt: km² Wossaflächn: 33 Sitz vo da Vawoitung: Homer.

Bonis, one of the foremost and most successful business men in Natchitoches, was born in this city onand is the son of P. and Emelie (Chamard) Bouis. The father was born in France and crossed the ocean to America inand located at Natchitoches.

His death occurred in that city inwhen only thirty-five years of. Original data: Harris, D. W. The history of Claiborne Parish, Louisiana: from its incorporation in to the close of the year with sketches of pioneer life in north Louisiana, the early settlements in the parish and its rapid progress in wealth to also the muster and death rolls of her sons in the late bloody war, the rise and progress of her different religious orders, her.ACKNOWLEDGMENT.

In acknowledging the sources of information and the assistance of the many persons I consulted in the preparation of this book, the author wishes to thank the following: The staffs of the Sabine Parish, the Natchitoches Parish and the Northwestern State College Libraries—with especial thanks to Miss Catherine Bridges who so patiently and ably assisted me in gathering data for.The Claiborne at Thibodaux, Thibodaux, LA.

K likes. The Claiborne at Thibodaux offers residents a perfect blend of living options – including independent living apartments, assisted living & /5(1).