By Kenneth Myers
Pierre & Marie Mayeux have been newlyweds who left at the back of every thing so that it will construct a brand new lifestyles in French Louisiana. Little did they comprehend the tricky and terrifying direction that lay ahead of them.
1729 is their tale, and the tale of 1000's like them who got here to a brand new international with new wish, basically to have it dashed and damaged time after time. this is often the story in their trip around the Atlantic, enduring a yr in plague-ridden Biloxi, making their means six hundred miles up the Mississippi River, surviving one of many worst massacres in American historical past, dwelling within the newly based swamp village of latest Orleans, and eventually elevating a kinfolk in South Louisiana.
Today there are 1000000 dwelling descendants of Pierre and Marie Mayeux. yet there virtually have been none.
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1729: The True Story of Pierre & Marie Mayeux, the Natchez Massacre and the Settlement of French Louisiana by Kenneth Myers