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Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana

J. Fair Hardin

Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana

by J. Fair Hardin

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Published by T. J. Moran"s sons, printers in [New Orleans .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fort Miro (La.),
  • Monroe (La.)
    • Subjects:
    • Filhiol, Juan, 1740-1821.,
    • Fort Miro (La.),
    • Monroe (La.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J. Fair Hardin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF372 .F55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination25, [1] p.
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6355428M
      LC Control Number37016804
      OCLC/WorldCa15681317

      Women of Fort Monroe: Army Women in World War II Women have played an important role in the history of Fort Monroe over the years, but World War II was especially important as it was the first time in US Army history that women were officially allowed to serve in the Army, instead of simply as auxiliaries or “with” the Army, but not in it. Study Louisiana History/Exploration of Louisiana flashcards from Ti'Angela B. on StudyBlue.

      With the help of a few early settlers, Filhiol built Fort Miro in –, named after the Spanish governor Esteban Miro. The Americans took over control of the region in and later changed the name of the settlement that grew up around the fort from “Fort Miro” to “Monroe”, after President James Monroe.   Originally a 5 part series, we are republishing this piece on one post as a July 4th special. EARLY LIFE. Juan de Miralles, the first Spanish minister to the newly declared United States of America, is virtually unknown in United States today, despite his numerous and considerable contributions, his personal sacrifices and his close relationship with its founding fathers, including George.

      First-time visitors to Old San Juan simply cannot leave without visiting El Morro. The fortress is one of the most impressive structures on the island, encapsulating Puerto Rico’s role as a guardian of the New these walls, you can feel the awesome power this bastion of defense once commanded, and you can bear witness to nearly years of military history that began with the.   Jean Joseph Etier, son of Pierre Ethier and Marguerite Vaudry, was born near Montreal, New France, in _.¹ In his adult years, Joseph was known by the nickname “Montreal,” likely due to his birthplace.² He married Louise Simon, the widow of Joseph Barre, on Septem , in St. James Parish, Louisiana.³.


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Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana by J. Fair Hardin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Don Juan Filhiol Don Juan Filhiol's most noted accomplishments are associated with the European settlement of the Ouachita River Valley and include the founding of the Poste d'Ouachita and Fort Miro, which later became Monroe, Louisiana.

by Kelby Ouchley. Share via Facebook; Share via Twitter; Share via Email; Print this Article. Get this from a library. Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana.

[J Fair Hardin]. Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana [J. Fair Hardin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Monroe, city, seat () of Ouachita parish, northeastern Louisiana, U.S., on the Ouachita River, opposite West was founded inwhen a group of French pioneers from southern Louisiana under Don Juan (later Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro Filhiol, a Frenchman in the Spanish service, established Fort Miro () as a trading post on a land grant obtained from King Charles X of Spain.

Buy Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana, by Hardin, J. Fair (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. Fair Hardin. Filhiol is credited with introducing the rule of law to the Ouachita River area in Arkansas and Louisiana.

Don Juan Filhiol was born Jean Baptiste Filhiol on Septemin Eymet, France, to François Filhiol and Anne Marie Teyssonniere, who were cloth merchants and Calvinists.

Ouachita Parish (French: Paroisse d'Ouachita) is located in the northern part of the U.S. state of of the census, the population wasThe parish seat is Monroe. The parish was formed in Ouachita Parish is part of the Monroe, LA Metropolitan Statistical d here is Watson Brake, the oldest indigenous earthwork mound complex in North America.

Fort Miro was built on the banks of the Ouachita River in what is now downtown Monroe and is where the parish courthouse now stands. Filhiol is considered the father of modern Monroe. In his day, he worked hard to establish a town on his land grant. On September 5,Filhiol signed the deed, which gave over the lots to the parish government.

Courtesy of Flickr. Fort Miro Historical Marker. Unidentified. L ocated within the present bounds of the city of Monroe, Fort Miro was a late eighteenth-century Spanish outpost that served the Ouachita River valley.

Named after Gov. Esteban Miró, “Fort Miro” refers to both the actual fortification and the village that sprung up around it. Beginnings. S.K.B. Sources: J. Fair Hardin, Don Juan Filhiol and the Founding of Fort Miró, the Modern Monroe, Louisiana (); Alcée Fortier, Louisiana (); Ken Purcell, A Pictorial History of Monroe, La.

(); Gladys De Villier, The Opelousas Post (); Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Louisiana (; reprint ed., ); see also Shane K. Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana by J. Fair Hardin,T.

Moran's sons, printers edition, in English. Buy Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing)) by Ouachita Parish Historic Interest Group, Dr E Russ Williams (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana by J. Fair Hardin; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History; Places: Fort Miro (La.), Monroe (La.); People: Juan Filhiol ().

The city of Monroe, Louisiana originated in the late s with The official beginning of the Ouachita Post. French settlers, including Don Juan Filhiol with his land grant of 1, acres from the King of Spain, came to this region and laid the foundations for a community once known as Fort Miro but incorporated as Monroe in ULM History Book - University of Louisiana at Monroe.

download Report. Comments. Transcription. ULM History Book - University of Louisiana at Monroe. 13 J. Fair Hardin, "Don Juan Filhiol and the Founding of Fort Miro: The Modern Monroe, Louisiana,*' Louisiana Historical Quarterly, XX (April ), ^ 14 Ibid., The Americans took over control of the region in and later changed the name of the settlement that grew up around the fort from 'Fort Miro' to 'Monroe', after President James Filhiol's reports to the Spanish governor, it is stated that his corporal Augustine Roy had a claim to land surrounding Noyer's Bluff, near the mouth of.

Don Juan Filhiol and the founding of Fort Miro, the modern Monroe, Louisiana by J. Fair Hardin Papers consist of a bill () from Claitor's Book Store in Baton Rouge, La., and a thank-you note (undated) from Jefferson Davis Bragg, author of "Louisiana in the Confederacy." Filhiol, Juan ; Louisiana State Law Institute.

Fair Hardin, "Don Juan Filhiol and the Founding of Fort Miro, the Modern Monroe, Louisiana, Louisiana Historical Quarterly, XX (April ), Pierre F. de Charlevoix, Charlevoix's Louisiana Selections from the History and the Journal (Baton Rouge and London, ), InJean de Filhiol initially attempted to build a post at Ecore a Fabri, present-day Camden (Ouachita County).

Byhe had moved downriver to establish the Poste du Ouachita, later known as Fort Miro, on the present site of Monroe, Louisiana. Fort Miro - Monroe, Louisiana. in Louisiana Historical Markers. Posted by: BruceS. N 32° W ° Fort Miro. Original stockade built on this site in by Commandant Jean Filhiol and Lieut.

Joseph de la Baume of Ouachita District. The city of Monroe, Louisiana originated in the late s with The official beginning of the Ouachita Post. French settlers, including Don Juan Filhiol with his land grant of 1, acres from the King of Spain, came to this region and laid the foundations for a community once known as Fort Miro but incorporated as Monroe in Reviews: 6.Silver Fox is a song by RJD2 from his album Deadringer.

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