to all the individuals who helped put this work together.
Thanks to Bruce LeBoeuf who scanned all 466
pages, one by one, after helping to decide the format, etc., of
thanks to Audrey Barnes Westerman CGRS, who used her many talents
to research the Native American population of Pointe au Chien and
Isle de Jean Charles to contribute to the Genealogy and Timeline
to Jess Bergeron who had done a considerable amount of research
to correct and add to Miss Ledet's family pages.
want to specially thank my wife, Gloria Gravois Hicks for all her
help, encouragement, and patience during the two or more years I
took to finish this project. The places where she influenced the
final output are too numerous to mention, here.
the name of the area is a bone of contention to a number of people,
not the least of whom was Miss Ledet, herself. See her obituary, here. |
to Marcie and Essie Cavalier who took the last photographs of Miss
Ledet and saved the obituary. |
one of the last known photographs of her, Laïse is shown
with the bed which was hand made by her grandfather Ledet. Read
the story on pages 342, 343, and 344
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