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Footprints of Black Louisiana

Forget Me Knots Inc. is now offering Norman Smith's latest work: Footprints of Black Louisiana.  This book educates about black leaders from every walk of Louisiana's varied history, some of which have had schools, streets, and other noteworthy tributes erected to their name. It also discusses the significance of a number of buildings and landmarks to the state's past and present which is even more pertinent in this Post Katrina era. Click the links below to purchase your copy Footprints through this site now!!!!

  

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Subtle Fact Gallery

     

 

This is the drum of Jordan B. Noble, a veteran of four wars, and a Captain of Louisiana Native Guard. This drum was beaten by him at many military and civic parades, including the World's
Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, 1884-1885.

 

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