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At Creole West Productions, we know history is best expressed in a variety of media and artistic expressions. In our gallery, we build our collection of original Web and publications graphics, essays, images, audio, and video clips. To view any of the items in the gallery archives, click on the image or text link description for each item.

 

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Decuir: Early Creole Family of Louisiana

©2005 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at Creole Heritage Day 2005, Marksille, LA, hosted by the Creole Heritage Center at Natchitoches. Multimedia presentation about one of the founding Creole families of Louisiana, followed by a panel discussion regarding the Metoyer Decuir and Heidel/Haydel families. Decuir panelists: Honorable W.E. B. Blackmon, Brian J. Costello, Randy De Cuir, Julie Eshelman-Lee, Thomas Honore', Geraldine-Porche West. (unable to participate due to the hurricanes: George De Coux and Winston De Cuir, Sr.)

Preserving the Legacy in the 21st Century

©2004 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at the 2004 Las Vegas Creole Family History Convention, hosted by the Creole Heritage Center and University of Las Vegas Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 21, 2004—multimedia presentation about the importance of innovative history education, kicking off the Pointe Coupée Parish History educational and public website resource.

 

The Decuir family of Pointe Coupée Parish, Louisiana was one of the early founding Franco-European families in Pointe Coupée with ties to the founding father of the Louisiana colony, Sieur Pierre Lemoyne d'Iberville and Jean Baptiste Lemoyne Bienville and founding families of Montreal—New Canada. In the past few years, this premiere family has been presented in a multimedia format at a variety of Créole symposiums in New Orleans, New Roads, LA, Natchitoches, LA and most recently Marksville, LA.

The Decuir Family of Pointe Coupée Parish: A Remarkable Confluence of Peoples, Time and Place

©1999 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at Louisiana Historical Society, 2nd Annual Creole Family Symposium, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, October 23, 1999

The Decuir Family of Pointe Coupée Parish: A Remarkable Confluence of Peoples, Time and Place

©2001 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at 1st Annual Creole Homecoming Fest, hosted by Les Creoles de Pointe Coupee, New Roads, LA, October 20, 2001

The Decuir Family of Pointe Coupée Parish: As Told by Antoine Decuir (1788–1843)*

©2002 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at the 9th Annual Creole Heritage Day, hosted by the Creole Heritage Center, Natchitoches, LA, January 18–19, 2002.

Decuir: Early Creole Family of Louisiana

©2005 Julie Eshelman-Lee

Presented at the 12th Annual Creole Heritage Day, hosted by the Creole Heritage Center, Marksville, LA October 5-7, 2005