Acadian Memorial Wall of Names lists all Acadian refugees who came to Louisiana. Bi-lingual fr./Eng.
Scattered to the Wind: Dispersal and Wanderings of the Acadians, 1755-1809 by renowned author Carl Brasseaux.
Rotary's Coookbook of St. Martinville
Les Delices de la Cuisine Louisianaise
A unique cookbook which represents the best of cooking - "Cajun Style". Produced by the Rotary Clucb. All recipes are in English and French.
Special Commemorative Edition by Françoise Paradis, Ed.D. Beautifully illustrated with old lithographs and recent paintings. Includes a historical sketch of Acadians in North America, a pronunciation guide, and a comprehensive glossary. Fiction, Hardcover, 187 pages, 2004.
A new publication of The Acadian Memorial Foundation, Inc. Published to provide visitors of the Acadian Memorial and St. Martinville with a keepsake of Longfellow's epic poem as it first appeared in 1847. Includes information on the literary impact of Evangeline on the city of St. Martinville and the parish of St. Martin. Fiction, Softcover, Wrapped, 108 pages, 2014.
Story of two Acadian lovers separated during the Grand Derangement. Using Longfellow's model of Evangeline, Mdme. Delahoussaye created a controversy that resulted in Voorhies book, Acadian Reminiscences. Fiction, Softcover, 112 pages, 1983.
By Judge Felix Voorhies, originally published in 1907, this WLC Books reprint by Felix Birney Voorhies is a tribute to his grandfather who wrote the local story that kept the Acadian story alive in St. Martinville. Fiction, Softcover, 2009
Lawrence Capuder, Sr., comp. & ed. Reproduction of original 1896 St. Martin Parish Chamber of Commerce booklet highlighting merchants of St. Martinville, Breaux Bridge and Arnaudville with annotated index of featured persons and their families including some biographical information. Softcover, 74 pages, 1999.
Published by Friends of La Maison Duchamp to showcase coats-of-arms of eight St. Martinville families of European descent on display at La Maison Duchamp. Includes a three-generation genealogy of each family. Softcover, Wrapped, 59 pages, 2000.
This biography of a Confederate hero, examines Mouton's Acadian heritage, the social standing and achievements of his forebears, his childhood, military training, involvement with the Attakapas vigilance committees, and his career in the Confederate army. Softcover, 206 pages, 2nd edition.
A biographical look at Bienville's life from his beginnings in Canada, through his first administration, to his years in France, his return and the Second Chickasaw War, and into his retirement and last years. Softcover, 162 pages, 1998.
This second edition of The Courthouses of Louisiana is a valuable reference for the historian, architect, attorney, and any student of Louisiana state & local culture. Hardcover, 234 pages, 1997.
A "must read" for anyone who wants the real picture of the beginnings of Acadiana and the "bible" for the building of the Acadian Memorial. Softcover.
A Great and Noble Scheme by John Mack Faragher draws on original research to weave 150 years of history into a gripping narrative of both the civilization of Acadia and the British plot to destroy it. 40 illustrations, 6 maps. Softcover, 562 pages, 2005.
The best guide to the history and culture of St. Landry Parish and teaching aid for any educator wishing to integrate local materials into the standard curriculum. Softcover, 194 pages, 1983.
A complete narrative of the Union expedition in the autumn of 1863, that launched a massive overland invasion of southwestern Louisiana aimed at planting the Stars and Stripes in Confederate Texas. Softcover, 508 pages, 2005.