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Adrienne Lacour - Four Corners Series

Number of interviewees: 14
Time period covered: 1920 - 1993
Dates of interviews: 1993
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Description: Interviews conducted by Adrienne LaCour for a graduate class in Landscape Architecture on land use patterns and community history in the predominately African-American community of Four Corners, located south of New Iberia, Louisiana. Topics covered include growing and processing sugar cane; South Coast Plantation and other area plantations; plantation stores and debt peonage; recreation, including gambling and baseball; impact of World War II; and religion.

Elnora Robinson Colbert
Louis Comeaux
Joseph Davis
Stanley Gootee
Betty Hines
Moses Hines & Charlotte Hines Alfred
Willie Jackson
Shirley & Reed Landry
Irma Polidore Lewis
Noland Lockett
Leonard Martin
Shirley McLean
Emma Dell Peters
Faren Serrette

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