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Creoles Professionals Involved in Therapy Research Paper

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Tocqueville returned to France a committed abolitionist, and was one of the leaders of the emancipation movement that finally ended slavery in all French colonies in 1848. He also insisted that blacks receive full "civil equality" once they were freed, and the Creoles of color in New Orleans were highly influenced by his views and pursued the same goals during and after the Civil War (Hirsh and Logsdon, p. 10).

In the 19th Century, a new Creole mythology developed in which the term was no longer applied to anyone except whites of non-Anglo ancestry who were natives of Louisiana. Within this new racial orthodoxy, blacks or mixed-race persons were denied the right to be known as Creoles at all (Tregle, 1992, p. 131). This…. [read more]

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