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Purchase Books By Nola Mae Ross

Nola Mae Ross is a native of, and still lives in, Lake Charles, Louisiana.  She has written a number of books that depict Louisiana's culture, history, and legends and has won several awards for her writing. Order your book/books today.

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Airplanes For Breakfast

Nola Mae Ross was a commercial pilot and part of the operation of McFillen Air Park in Lake Charles, Louisiana. This book paints a picture of how flying used to be. Contains lots of pictures.

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Hurricane Audrey

Hurricane Audrey hurled over Cameron Parish in June of 1957. This book is a memorial to those who lost their lives & a testimony of those who overcame their devastation. A heart wrenching book of the category 4 hurricane that took over 425 lives.

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Hurricane Rita

A pictorial account of the path and devastation of Hurricane Rita which ripped it's way through Cameron and Calcasieu Parishes in South Louisiana on September 24th, 2005.

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Louisianas Acadian Homes

A colorful book full of pictures of 68 Acadian and Creole style homes in South Louisiana, as well as the history behind them. Some of these homes were built more than 200 years ago.

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Mardi Gras In Calcasieu Parish

A pictorial history of Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) in Calcasieu Parish Louisiana, filled with the rich history of the festival & depicts the Lavish Galas, Beautiful Costumes, & the revelry of Krewes, which truly makes Mardi Gras in Calcasieu Special.

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Louisiana Homes, If Walls Could Talk Vol. I

The first of 2 volumes, this book tells the history of many century old homes, churches, and hotels in Southwest Louisiana. It also contains beautiful colored photos of the featured homes as well as the history of families who built them.

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Louisiana Homes, If Walls Could Talk Vol. II

Volume II tells more of the history of many century old homes, churches, and hotels in Southwest Louisiana. It also contains beautiful colored photos of the featured homes as well as the history of the families who built them.

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Marsh Music

Set along the Gulf of Mexico Coast, in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, it's a quiet spot, with many Cajun people of Acadian heritage-living in this rather isolated marshland. There's lots of excitement there, especially in the vast marshes and swamps that are homes to alligators, moccasins, nutria, birds, & waterfowl, each having their own voice. Together they make The Music of the Marsh.

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Marsh Gator Mystery
Sheriff Suzette Benoit of Cameron Parish is set to marry her fiance', Deputy Phil Theriot, when an aircraft crash in her front yard, with a load of drugs on board, stops her dead. Her fiance' disappears in "The Big Swamp", the most dangerous swamp in the parish. It is also the base for drug runners who use alligators to hide their drugs. Includes 10 Cajun Recipes.

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Crimes Of The Past In South Louisiana

Complete true stories of fourteen famous crimes and murders in South Louisiana, from 1896 to 1940. These crimes took place in Calcasieu, Cameron, Jeff Davis, and Beauregard Parishes and involved many early day lawmen and courtroom figures. There are actual photographs of judges, district attorneys, sheriffs, and in some cases, of the victim and the criminal.

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Diaries of Louisiana Circuit Riders
Circuit Riders traveled by horseback through the wilderness of Louisiana during the early 1800's. These diaries and letters from early Methodist Circuit Riders "Gods's true heroes" who rode horseback through swamps, bayous, and the desolatin of Louisiana, are more exciting than fiction. Their lives were so harsh and cruel that most of them died before they were 30 years old.


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