Information on the center’s mission, activities and publications. Several pages are devoted to excavations at Old Mobile, Port Dauphin, French plantations. Related links to other French colonial sites in North America.
The site includes information about the center and the Louisiana Historical Association and a list of current publications on Louisiana history.
Archaeological information on the French Arkansas post.
The French Colonial Historical Society encourages interest in the scholarly study of all French colonizing activity and the history of all French colonies. It provides members with various channels, including newsletters, annual meetings, a web site and French Colonial History, a refereed journal published by Michigan State University Press.
This site was developed at the University of Nancy, France, for the study of American civilization and, specifically, the French colonial period in North America. The text is in English. Related links.
Very large site established to commemorate the memory of the continued presence of French-speaking people in Wisconsin. On-line articles, maps, related links. Many resources for French teachers.
Pages on the historic sites managed by the IHPA, including the Cahokia Courthouse, Fort de Chartres, Fort Kaskaskia, the Pierre Menard Home. Calendar of events at these sites. Fort Massac is managed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
Cet essai de 241 pages porte sur l’ heroisation du celebre missionnaire explorateur.
Click on “La Salle Projects” to see Fort St. Louis and La Salle archaeological projects.
Friends of the Texas Historical Commission This organization develops private resources to assist the Texas History Commission with its mission to identify, preserve and protect Texas history.
This state-of-the-art museum tells the history of the state of Texas and houses a major exhibit of the artifacts from LaSalle’s ship, La Belle.
Oldest fife and drum corps in Midwest. History of Compagnies franches de la marine and military music of the 17th and 18th centuries. List of recordings. Page on Fort Ouiatenon.