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|Document Type:||Archival Material, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jennifer Ritter Guidry; Kelly Richard Briggs; Kate Ferry; Mike Esneault; Lee Barbier; Mark Carroll; Cassie Chatelain; Clay Fourrier; Beth Courtney; Michael Sartisky; J Richard Gruber; John R Kemp; Deacon John; Jay Chevalier; L'Angelus; Chubby Carrier; Jimmie Davis; Scott Innes; Nelson Blanchard; Jo-el Sonnier; Chase Tyler; LeRoux; Vince Vance; Joe Simon; Kenny Neal; Bobby Charles; Al Hirt; The Boogie Kings; John Fred; G G Shinn; Joe Stampley; Travis Thibodaux; Sonny Landreth; Lucinda Williams; Rick Windhorst; Christian Serpas; Tab Benoit; Adler and Sons.; Louisiana Bicentennial Commission,; Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities,; Louisiana Music Hall of Fame,; Louisiana.
|Notes:||Title devised by cataloger.
Engraving of state seal surrounded by "Bicentennial of Louisiana Statehood 1812. April 30 . 2012" ; Engraved map of the state of Louisiana with prominent rivers, superimposed over compass rose, with "Louisiana 200 years"--Louisiana Bicentannial Medal.
"This commemorative Louisiana Bicentennial Medal was created by New Orleans' own Coleman E. Alder & Sons to mark the 200th anniversary of Louisiana's attainment of statehood as the 18th state in the Union on April 30, 2012. Alder's was commissioned to create the State's commemorative centennial medal 100 years ago and this continuing that traditions today with this updated re-issue of the 1912 design. The bicentennial medal features a high relief the Louisiana state seal on one side and an outline silhouette of the state on the reverse, using a compass rose to indicate orientation"--Louisiana Statehood Bicentennial 1812-2012, Official First Day of Issue Medal 194/300.
"Two hundred years ago, Louisiana was joined to the United States, forever changing both. Our home is unlike any other place in the country, our people unlike any other Americans. And, in the two centuries of history that have unfolded since becoming an American state, we find powerful drama, unforgettable characters and astonishing beauty. Throughout the world, Louisianans are known for their celebratory spirit. And two hundred years of statehood gives us much to celebrate! Join narrator Harry Connick, Jr. in this story of our home, Louisiana"--DVD back cover.
"The music on this CD was produced by The Louisiana Music Hall f Fame under agreement with the Louisiana Bicentennial Commission. The artists included in this compilation have each donated theirs songs and music as a gift to Louisiana's 200th Birthday on April 30, 2012. All profits from sales of this CD go to the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Bicentennial Commission, both not-for-profit organizations. Hundreds of artist and their songs were considered from all areas of Louisiana and across all genres of music with an ear to the overall quality of performance and musically before the final track selections were completed and capped at 20 tracks. This CD includes never before released songs and tracks and full digital remasters of all tracks"--CD insert.
"Louisiana has, for two hundred years, risen to the possibilities of the American Dream while retaining the accent of its indigenous, European and African populations. There are many ways to tell the story of Louisiana's two hundred years of statehood, and this book presents a story in objects. These artifacts tell more than one story and we encourage you to explore the other stories behind these tangible pieces or our history. This gathering of objects is in no way intended to be a comprehensive presentation of Louisiana's history, but a tipping point for further investigation and discussion"--Inside book jacket.
|Credits:||Music by Mike Esneault ; Graphics by Lee Barbier, Mark Carroll & Cassie Chatelain ; Executive Producer Clay Fourrier ; President and CEO Beth Courtney.|
|Description:||1 kit (1 bag, 2 books, 1 CD, 1 DVD (approximately 56 min.), 1 fan, 3 medals, 1 lapel pin) : color illustrations ; 31 x 34 x 11 cm|
|Contents:||A Unique Slant of Light --
The Bicentennial History of Art in Louisiana / Michael Sartisky, J. Richard Gruber, John R. Kemp --
Historical Period Essays Colonial Through Antebellum Louisiana, 1699-1860 / John R. Kemp --
Civil War Through the New Century 1860-1900 / Michael Sartisky --
Louisiana: The New Century 1900-1945 / J. Richard Gruber --
Art in Contemporary Louisiana 1945-present / J. Richard Gruber --
Genre Essays Creole and Acadian Traditions of Early Louisiana Furniture / H. Parrot Bacot --
Carnival Design / D. Eric Bookhardt --
Newcomb Pottery / Susan Tucker --
Louisiana Native American Basketry / Teresa Parker Farris and Dayna Bowker Lee --
Folk Craft and Folk Art / Teresa Parker Farris --
Historical Period Essay Footnotes --
Index of Artists --
Contributors of Essays --
Contributors of Entries --
Contributors of Art --
LEH Board of Directors. Louisiana Artists for the Bicentennial: Official CD --
Going Back to New Orleans / Deacon John (2:48)--
Lost in Louisiana, 1959 / Jay Chevalier (3:08) --
Goin' Back to Ponchatoula / L'Angelus (4:03) --
Come On Down to Louisiana / Chubby Carrier (4:34) --
You Are My Sunshine / Jimmie Davis, Scott Innes, Nelson Blanchard (3:35) --
Acadiana / Jo-El Sonnier (4:12) --
Louisiana / Chase Tyler (2:13) --
New Orleans Ladies / LeRoux (3:58) --
I Am New Orleans / Vince Vance (3:22) --
There's A God Somewhere / Joe Simon (3:56) --
Louisiana Stew / Kenny Neal (4:23) --
Full Moon On The Bayou / Bobby Charles (3:14) --
Back On Bourbon Street / Al Hirt (3:34) --
I love That Swamp Pop Music / The Boogie Kings (3:40) --
Louisiana Boys / John Fred, G.G. Shinn, Joe Stampley (3:09) --
Louisiana State Line / Travis Thibodaux (3:58) --
Congo Square / Sonny Landreth (3:35) --
Crescent City / Lucinda Williams (3:00) --
Next Best Thing To Heaven / Rick Windhorst, Christian Serpas (3:36) --
When A Cajun Man Gets The Blues / Tab Benoit (5:37). Bicentennial of Louisiana Statehood fan --
1803: Louisiana Purchase Treaty --
1804: Claiborne Appointed Governor --
1807: First Civil Parishes --
1808: Civil Law Code Adopted --
1809: Arrival of Saint-Domingue Refugees --
1810: Louisiana Population reaches 76,000; West Florida Republic --
1811: Deslondes Revolt; Constitutional Convention Meets --
1812: First State Constitution; Louisiana Becomes a State; Claiborne Elected Governor; War of 1812 --
1813: Police Jury Act --
1814: Treaty of Ghent --
1815: Battle of New Orleans --
1816: Jacques Villeré Elected Governor --
1819: Adams-Onis Treaty.
|Other Titles:||Louisiana artists for the Bicentennial.
Bicentennial of Louisiana statehood fan.
Being Louisiana 200 years of statehood: A catalog of Louisiana artifacts.
Louisiana 200 years of statehood.
Unique slant of light: the bicentennial history of art in Louisiana.
Louisiana bicentennial collection
Louisiana bicentennial kit
|Responsibility:||Louisiana Bicentennial Commission.|