Publications

Publications



The following scholarly works have been published by the Center. Most are still available for sale, but some are out of print. The charge for photocopying any out-of-print work will be 50 cents per page. Photocopying of works which are still in print is not allowed. 

Please add $5.00 for postage and handling for each book. Send your letter of request with a check or money order to: 


Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies 
SLU 10730
Hammond, LA 70402

 

  • Arpadhon: The Largest Rural Hungarian Settlement in the United States (No longer available for sale.)
  • Back Door to the Gulf: Pass Manchac Region 1699-1863 (No longer available for sale.)
  • El Nuevo Constante $5.00
  • Folklife in the Florida Parishes $10.00
  • Feast of St. Joseph: Labor of Love by the Faithful $5.00
  • Guide to the Civil War Sources in the Southeastern Louisiana University Archives $4.00
  • Hammond Army Air Field and Early Aviation in the Hammond Area $20.00
  • Guide to Ethnic Sources in the Southeastern Louisiana University Archives $5.00
  • Hungarian Folklife: "The Sweet Taste of Yesterday" in the Florida Parishes $5.00
  • John F. Kennedy Assassination Sources in the SLU Archives $2.00
  • Little Railroads which Helped Build Communities $5.00
  • The Military Presence on the Gulf Coast $13.00
  • Threads of Tradition and Culture Along the Gulf Coast $20.00
  • Anglo-Spanish Confrontation on the Gulf Coast During the American Revolution $13.00
  • Spain and her Rivals on the Gulf Coast $12.00
  • The Cultural Legacy of the Gulf Coast $10.00
  • Ethnic Minorities in Gulf Coast Society $10.00
  • Gulf Coast Politics in the Twentieth Century $10.00

 

Journals

  • Southeast Louisiana Review Journal 
  • Southeast Louisiana Historical Papers
  • Regional Dimensions 
  • Gulf South Historical Review

 

Carnivals and Conflicts: A Louisiana History Reader, 2nd ed.


Books written or edited by Dr. Samuel C. Hyde

  • Pistols and Politics
  • Plain Folk of the South Revisited
  • Sunbelt Revolution
  • A Fierce and Fractious Frontier
  • A Wisconsin Yankee in Confederate Bayou Country




 




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