The Trumpet Blew in Point Coupee!

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 25, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 284 pages
The Author is introduced to his ancestors by his old Aunt Lois. His ancestors are from different ethnic groups, but share a bond of love and faith. The story is told as the author struggles with being an epidemiologist in the face of racism and classism. His aunt helps him celebrate each ancestors weaknesses, strengths, moral failures, and victories.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
46
Chapter 3
52
Chapter 4
61
Chapter 5
74
Chapter 6
79
Chapter 7
88
Chapter 8
91
Chapter 12
160
Chapter 13
164
Chapter14
196
Chapter 15
222
Chapter 16
228
Descendants of Joseph Langlois
267
Point Coupee Parish Louisiana
275
The Family outline of RelativesAI
279

Chapter 9
120
Chapter 10
130
Chapter 11
146

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About the author (2011)

Aristide Oconostota Marshall was a full-time pastor at Franklin Avenue East in New Orleans before Katrina. He is now a disease surveillance specialist for the state of Louisiana. Aristide and his wife Stephenie are the parents of one daughter Elaina Maria Marshall. They make their home in New Orleans, Louisiana. Aristide has a BS in biology and completed some graduate work at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and is also a registered sanitarian.

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