Valcour Aime Plantation Diary
Microfilm copy of translation/typescript of the plantation diary of Valcour Aime dating from 1823 to 1855.
- Aime, Valcour, 1798-1867 (Person)
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
Physical rights are retained by Nicholls State University. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.
0.1 Linear Feet (1 microfilm reel)
Valcour Aime was the proprietor of the St. James Plantation, also known as Le Petit Versailles, in St. James Parish, Louisiana. The plantaion was later owned by John Burnside.
On microfilm reel with: Agronomic practices and their influence on the development of the Louisiana sugar industry -- Banner Tribune, historical and progress edition, Tuesday, April 28, 1959 -- Building the Muskrat line -- The Gibson Times, May 7, 1904 -- The Houma Courier, Autumn edition, Friday, November 24, 1950 -- The Houma Courier, Houma centennial edition, Thursday, May 3, 1934 -- New Orleans Item, 60th anniversary edition, Friday, June 11, 1937 -- Sugar cane varieties -- The Sunday Item-Tribune, Industrial section, May 30, 1937 -- The Sunday Item-Tribune, Louisiana section, February 26, 1939 -- Teche news, Our 75th anniversary, Thursday, August 17, 1961 -- The Times Picayune centennial edition, Monday, January 25, 1937 -- To Louisiana's poet : Leona A. Knight.
Existence and Location of Originals
Microfilm copy of translation/typescript of the original diary by Mr. Aime's grandson, Albert Ferry (1878).
Existence and Location of Copies
Print copy available in the Archives reading room.
This item is cataloged in the Ellender Memorial Library catalog as Plantation diary of Valcour Aime.
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- Valcour Aime Plantation Diary