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OLD MINES BIBLIOGRAPHY

A Bibliography of Materials Pertaining to the

French Presence in Missouri and the Old Mines Community in Particular

Compiled by Will Thompson, The University of Memphis

Last revised: December 13, 2015

NEW: Abramoske, Donald J. “The Federal Lead Leasing System in Missouri.” Missouri Historical

Review 54.1 (Oct.

1959): 27-38.

Allain, Mathé. “L’immigration française en Louisiane 1718-1721.” Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française 28.4 (1975): 555-564.

Allain, Mathé. “Not Worth a Straw”: French Colonial Policy and the Early Years of Louisiana. Lafayette:

University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1988.

Alvord, Clarence W. The Illinois Country, 1673-1818. Urbana; Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1987 [1920].

Alvord, Clarence W., ed. Kaskaskia Records. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1909. HAVE AS PDF.

Alvord, Clarence W.; Clarence E. Carter, eds. The Critical Period, 1763-1765. Springfield, IL: Illinois State Historical Society, 1915.

Alvord, Clarence W.; Clarence E. Carter, eds. The New Régime, 1765-1767. Springfield, IL: Illinois State Historical Library, 1916.

Ames, Gregory P., ed. Auguste Chouteau's journal: memory, mythmaking & history in the heritage of New France : essays accompanying a new, annotated translation of the Narrative of the Settlement of St. Louis together with a reprint of John Francis McDermott's Glossary of Mississippi Valley French. St. Louis : St. Louis Mercantile Library, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2010.

Anderson, Hattie M. “Missouri, 1804-1828: Peopling a Frontier State.” Missouri Historical Review 31.2 (January 1937): 150-180.

Atwater, Caleb. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City. 1829.

Columbus, OH : Isaac N. Whiting, 1831.

Austin, Moses. “Journal.” American Historical Review 5.3 (April 1900): 523-542. [Preceded by: “A Memorandum of M. Austin’s Journey from the Lead Mines in the County of Wythe in the State of Virginia to the Lead Mines in the Province of Louisiana West of the Mississippi, 1796-1797”] Balesi, Charles J. The Time of the French in the Heart of North America: 1673-1818. Third edition.

Chicago: Alliance Française Chicago, 2000.

Balesi, Charles J. Quand le cœur de l’Amérique du nord était français: 1673 à 1804. Chicago: Union des Français de Chicago, 2003. Translation into French of The Time of the French in the Heart of North America.

Bannon, John Francis. “The Spaniards and the Illinois Country 1762-1800.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 69.2 (1976): 110-118.

Basler, Lucille. Pioneers of Old Ste. Genevieve. Ste. Genevieve: L. Basler, 1983.

Basler, Lucille. The District of Ste. Genevieve 1725-1980. Ste. Genevieve: L. Basler, 1980.

Beaulne, Kent. 275 Years of the French in Washington County. Pamphlet, 1998.

Beaulne, Kent [dit Bone]. Bâtiments, Cabanes, et Maisons. An Inventory of Buildings of the Old Mines Area Historical Society at Three Sites. Cadet: Old Mines Area Historical Society, 2012.

Beaulne, Kent [dit Bone]. “Être ‘French’ et ne pas le savoir, 1960-1975.” In Franco-Amérique (under Louder/Waddell), p. 269-280.

Beaulne, Kent. “Jeune-Homme découvre le monde francophone: un récit.” In Vision et Visages (under Louder-Waddell), p. 209-223 (notes p. 332-338).

Beaulne, Kent. “Pawpaw-French Cooking. Food Ways of Missouri’s Créoles.” Le Forum (Centre FrancoAméricain, University of Maine) 36.3 (été/Summer 2013): 30-34.

Beaulne [dit Bone], Kent. “A Short History of the Old Mines, of the Country of the Illinois of Old Upper Louisiana.” Blue Collar Magazine (Fall 2011): 12-13.

Beaulne, Kent. “The Use of Hand Forged Iron Crosses as Cemetery Markers.” 1997.

Beaulne, Kent; Judith Escoffier; Patricia Weeks. Les noms des vieille[s] famille[s] de la région la Vieille Mine. Cadet: Old Mines Area Historical Society, 1982.

Beauregard, Marthe F. La population des forts français d’Amérique. Montréal: Bergeron, 1982.

Beck, Lewis C. A Gazeteer of the States of Illinois and Missouri. Albany, NY: Charles R. and George Webster, 1823. Reprinted by Arno Press, 1975.

Beers, Henry P. French and Spanish Records of Louisiana: A Bibliographical Guide to Archive and Manuscript Sources. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1989.

Bellovich, Steven J. “The Establishment and Development of the Main Colonial Territorial Routes of Lead Movement in Eastern Missouri, 1700-1965.” Thesis, Southern Illinois State Univ., 1970.

Belting, Natalia Maree. “The French Villages of the Illinois Country.” Canadian Historical Review 24, 1 (March 1943): 14-23.

Belting, Natalia. Kaskaskia Under the French Regime. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1948.

Bienvenu au Pays des Mines du comté Washington/Welcome to the Mining Country of Washington County Missouri. Old Mines Area Historical Society, ?. Collection of articles and documents, many previously published in The Diggins.

Boucher, Philip P. Les Nouvelles Frances: France in America, 1500-1815. An Imperial Perspective.

Providence, RI: The John Carter Brown Library, 1989.

Boyer, Mark Gerard. The Lamarques in Old Mines: 1815-1868. M.A. Thesis, Indiana University, 1981.





Boyer, Mark G. St. Joachim. Desoto, MO: Roop Printing Company, 1972.

Boyer, Pierre. “Story Sources Questioned.” National Storytelling Journal 5 (Winter 1988): 2-3. Followed by response by Rosemary Hyde Thomas.

Boyle, Susan C. “Did She Generally Decide: Women in Ste. Genevieve, 1750-1805.” William and Mary Quarterly 44.4 (Oct. 1987): 775-789.

Brackenridge, Henry Marie. Views of Louisiana. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1962. Originally published:

Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1814.

Bradbury, John. Travels in the Interior of America in the Years 1809, 1810, and 1811. Foreword by Donald Jackson. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1986. [See pages 248-254 on mines] Brady, Erica; Rosemary Hyde Thomas. “Networks of Support in Old Mines, Missouri and Their Expression in Visual Displays.” In Roark, Michael, ed. French and Germans in the Mississippi Valley: Landscape and Cultural Traditions. Cape Girardeau, MO: SEMO, Center for Regional History and Cultural Heritage, 1988: 137-151.

Brasseaux, Carl A.; Glenn R. Conrad. A Selected Bibliography of Scholarship Literature on Colonial Louisiana and New France. Lafayette: Center for Louisiana Studies, Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana, 1992.

Brassieur, C. Ray. “The Duclos-Pashia House: Survival of Creole Building Traditions into the Twentieth Century.” Material Culture 22.2 (1990): 15-25.

Brassieur, C. Ray. Expressions of French Identity in the Mid-Mississippi Valley. Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1999.

Brassieur C. Ray. “Joseph Médard Carrière (1902-1970) ‘Collector’ of Missouri French Folklore.” Missouri Folklore Society Journal 18-19 (1996-1997): 119-140.

Brassieur, C. Ray. “Living French Traditions of the Middle Mississippi Valley.” Missouri Heritage Fair 1993 Festival Program (1993): 25-28.

Briggs, Winstanley. “Le Pays des Illinois.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, vol. 47, no. 1 (January 1990): 30-56. Also Letter to the Editor by Carl Ekberg and response of Briggs to letter in vol. 47, no. 4, p. 610-614.

Briggs, Winstanley. “The Forgotten Colony: Le Pays des Illinois.” Diss., Univ. of Chicago, 1985.

Brotherton, Kathleen. “Osage Occasionally Killed Early French Settlers.” River Hills Traveler, Jan.-Feb., 2004.

Brown, Margaret Kimball. “Attitudes Towards the French Colonists: A Reappraisal.” In Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, 1982. Ed. E. P. Fitzgerald.

Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1985: 191-193.

Brown, Margaret Kimball. “La colonisation française de l’Illinois: une réévaluation.” Revue d’Histoire de l’Amérique Française, vol. 39, no. 4 (1986): 583-591.

Brown, Margaret Kimball. History as They Lived It: A Social History of Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. Tucson:

Patrice Press, 2005.

Brown, Margaret Kimball. The Voyageur in the Illinois Country: The Fur Trade’s Professional Boatman in Mid America. Naperville, IL: Center for French Colonial Studies, 2002.

Brown, Margaret Kimball; H. Randolph Williams, eds. French Colonial Studies: Le Pays des Illinois:

Selections from Le Journal, 1983-2005. Naperville, IL: Center for French Colonial Studies, 2006.

Brown, Margaret Kimball; Lawrie Cena Dean. The French Colony in the Mid-Mississippi Valley.

Carbondale, IL: American Kestrel Books, 1995. Reprinted in a second edition in 2014 by the Center for French Colonial Studies.

Brown, Margaret Kimball; Lawrie Cena Dean. The Village of Chartres in Colonial Illinois, 1720-1765. New Orleans: Polyanthos (for La Compagnie des Amis de Fort de Chartres), 1977.

Brown, Margaret Kimball; Robert F. Mazrim. “Revisiting the Forts and Village at Chartres in the Illinois Country.” Illinois Archaeology 22.1 (2010): 134-147.

Burford, Jo. “The Tiff Diggers.” Missouri Life 4.2 (May-June 1976): 32-38.

Caldwell, Norman Ward. The French in the Mississippi Valley, 1740-1750. Philadelphia: Porcupine Press,

1974. Original published Illinois Studies in the Social Studies, vol. 26, no. 3, 1941.

Calloway, Colin G. The Scratch of a Pen: 1763 and the Transformation of North America. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2006.

Carrière, J.-M. “Creole Dialect of Missouri.” American Speech 14.2 (April 1939), 109-119.

Carrière, J.-M.: “Life and customs in the French villages of the Old Illinois Country (1763-1939).” Report of the Canadian Historical Association vol. 18, no. 1 (1939), 34-47.

Carrière, J.-M.: “L’œuvre de la France dans la vallée du Mississippi.” Le Canada français 27 (Jan. 1941), 457-476.

Carrière, J.-M. “The Phonology of Missouri French: A Historical Study.” French Review 14.5 (March 1941), 410-415.

Carrière, J.-M. “The Phonology of Missouri French: A Historical Study (continued).” French Review 14.6 (May 1941), 510-515.

Carrière, J.-M.: “La survivance de l’Esprit français dans l’ancien Pays des Illinois.” La croisade francoaméricain. Deuxième congrès de la Langue française au Canada. Compte rendu de la participation des Franco-Américains. Manchester, NH : L’avenir national, 1938: 312-316.

Carrière, Joseph Médard. Tales from the French folk-lore of Missouri. New York, AMS Press, 1970, (c)1937. Northwestern University humanities series, v. 1.

Caruso, John Anthony. The Mississippi Valley Frontier: The Age of French Exploitation and Settlement.

New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1966.

C'est pu comme ça anymore. Montreal, Quebec : Multimedia Audiovisuel Inc., 1977. 1 videocassette (VHS) (27 min.). Nanouk Films ; réalisé et produit par Michel Brault et André Gladu pour La Societé Radio-Canada.

Chamier, Suzanne. “ ‘Scrapping’ Tiff and Tales: Storoytelling in La Vieille Mines, Missouri.” Missouri Folklore Society Journal 7 (1985): 57-66. First published in The French-American Review 7 (Fall 1983): 200-205. Essay review of Thomas’s It’s Good To Tell You.

Charlevoix, Pierre de. Journal of a Voyage to North America, vol. II. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1966.

Childhood Memories of Local Residents. Two CDs. Old Mines: Old Mines Area Historical Society, ?.

Choquette, Leslie. “Center and Periphery in French North America.” In Negotiated Empires: Centers and Peripheries in the Americas, 1500-1820. Ed. Christine Daniels, Michael V. Kennedy. New York;

London: Routledge, 2002.

Choquette, Leslie. Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Tradition in the Peopling of Canada.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997.

Clemson, Thomas G.; E. F. Pratte; C. C. Vallee; Lewis L. Linn. Observations on the La Motte Mines and Domain…. Washington: Blair and Rives, 1838.

Conrad, Glenn R. “Administration of the Illinois Country: the French Debate.” In The French Experience in Louisiana. Lafayette: Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana, 1995, 442-459.

Darby, John F. Personal Recollections or Many Prominent People Whom I Have Known, and of Events— Especially of Those Relating to the History of St. Louis—During the First Half of the Present Century. St. Louis: G. I. Jones and Company, 1880.

Denman, David D. “History of ‘La Saline’: Salt Manufacturing Site, 1675-1825.” Missouri Historical Review 73. 3 (April 1979): 307-320.

Dickinson, John A.; Lucien R. Abenon. Les Français en Amérique. Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1993.

The Diggins. Quarterly newsletter of the Old Mines Area Historical Society.

Din, Gilbert C.; Abraham Nasatir. The Imperial Osages: Spanish-Indian Diplomacy in the Mississippi Valley. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1983.

Diron d’Artaguiette. “Journal of Diron d’Artaguiette.” In Travels in the American Colonies. Ed. Newton D. Mereness. Trans. Georgia Sanderlin. New York: Antiquarian Press, 1961: 15-92; Transcript in Library of Congress, from Archives Nationales C13 C2 ff. 18-269.

Dorrance, Ward Allison. The survival of French in the old district of Sainte Genevieve. Columbia, University of Missouri, 1935. Issued also as Thesis (Ph. D.) University of Missouri. The University of Missouri studies; a quarterly of research.; vol. X, no. 2.

Draper, William R. “History of the Old Mines in Meramec State Park.” Missouri Historical Review 23.2 (Jan. 1929): 348-349.

Duclos, Zachary M. The Way We Were. Vol. One: French Involvement in North America. Cadet, MO:

Old Mines Area Historical Society, 2001.

Duclos, Zachary M. The Way We Were. Vol. Two: Our French Canadian/Acadian Ancestors. Cadet, MO:

Old Mines Area Historical Society, 2001.

Eccles, W. J. Essays on New France. Toronto: Oxford Univ. Press, 1987.

Eccles, W. J. The French in North America, 1500-1783. Rev. ed. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry and Whiteside; East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1998.

Ekberg, Carl. Colonial Ste. Genevieve: An Adventure on the Mississippi Frontier. Gerald, MO: Patrice Press, 1985.



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