Table of contents for Voodoo queen : the spirited lives of Marie Laveau / by Martha Ward.


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Contents
Introduction 000
Chapter 1. Who in Heaven or Hell, Africa or France, Was Marie
Leveau? 000
Chapter 2. Catholic in the Morning, Voodoo by Night 000
Chapter 3. Working Wife, Widow, Mistress, and Voodoo Divorcée 
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Chapter 4. Marie Laveau Brings the New Orleans Saints to Town 
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Chapter 5. Color Schemes and Protection Policies on St. Ann
Street 000
Chapter 6. Freedom à la Mode, à la Marie 000
Chapter 7. Life in the Cities of the Dead 000
Chapter 8. At the Altar of Love and Luck 000
Chapter 9. Madame Laveau's Prayers, Poisons, and Political Pull 
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Chapter 10. How John, the Devil, and Mam'zelle Marie Hoodooed the
Media 000
Chapter 11. A Tale of Two Sisters 000
Chapter 12. The Last Queen of the Voodoos Returns from the Dead 
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Postscript: Events in the Lives of the Marie Laveaus 000
Notes 000
Sources 000
At the End: In Recognition and Respect 000
Index 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Laveau, Marie, 1794-1881, Voodooism Louisiana New Orleans History 19th century