I am seeking presenters for a panel on white Southern identity in the late-19th to early-20th century or on the broader subject of race in the urban South.
My paper examines the construction of a white Creole society and culture in postbellum New Orleans. The white Creoles were French and Spanish descendants who saw their bloodlines and themselves as the true primogenitors and inheritors of Louisiana’s cultural, social, and historical eminence.
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