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1820, Aug 171894, Feb 18
an American French language writer. The daughter of French Creoles Ursin Perret and Françoise Pain, she received a bilingual education in English and French while living in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana. She married Alexandre Pelletier de la Houssaye when she was thirteen years old and they had eight sons and one daughter. After her husband's death during the American Civil War, she worked as a school teacher in Franklin, Louisiana.
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Works:
  • Contes d'une grand-mère louisianaise
  • Pouponne et Balthazar, 1888
  • Les Quarteronnes de La Nouvelle Orléans (posthumous tetralogy published from 1895 in Le Méchacébé)
  • Gina la quarteronne
  • Dahlia la qu...
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