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Author: Pierre-Clement De Laussat
ISBN: 0807103659
Language: English French
Pages: 137 pages
Category: Americas
Publisher: Louisiana State Univ Pr (June 1, 1977)
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Pierre Clement de Laussat (1756-1835) was a French politician, and the last French governor of Louisiana

Pierre Clement de Laussat (1756-1835) was a French politician, and the last French governor of Louisiana. De Laussat was born in the town of Pau. After serving as receveur général des finances in Pau and Bayonne, he was imprisoned during the Terror, but was released and recruited in the armée des Pyrénées. On April 17, 1797 was elected in the Council of Ancients.

Pierre-Clément de Laussat (23 November 1756 – 10 April 1835) was a French politician, and the 24th Colonial Governor of Louisiana, the last under French rule. He later served as colonial official in Martinique and French Guiana, as well as an administrator in France and Antwerp. Laussat was born in the town of Pau. After serving as receveur général des finances in Pau and Bayonne, he was imprisoned during the Terror, but was released and recruited in the armée des Pyrénées

Memoirs of my life to my son during the years 1803 and after. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1978. Louisiana, Napoleon, and the United States : an autobiography of Pierre-Clément de Laussat, 1756-1835. Lanham: University Press of America, 1989.

Memoirs of my life to my son during the years 1803 and after. Preceded by Juan Manuel de Salcedo. French Governor of Louisiana 1803. Succeeded by William C. C. Claiborne.

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Laussat, Pierre-Clément. Memoirs of My Life to My Son during the Years 1803 and after, Which I Spent in Public Service in Louisiana as Commissioner of the French Government for the Retrocession to France of That Colony and for its Transfer to the United States. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2003.

Pierre-Clément de Laussat (23 November 1756 – 10 April 1835) was a French politician, and the 24th . On November 30, 1803, Laussat served as commissioner of the French government in the retrocession of Louisiana from Spain to France

Pierre-Clément de Laussat (23 November 1756 – 10 April 1835) was a French politician, and the 24th Colonial Governor of Louisiana, the last under French rule. On November 30, 1803, Laussat served as commissioner of the French government in the retrocession of Louisiana from Spain to France. A few weeks later, on December 20, 1803, Laussat transferred the colony to the . representatives, William . Claiborne and James Wilkinson.

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Pierre Clément de Laussat. Updated on Aug 26, 2018. Died 1835, Pau,, France Books Memoirs of My Life to My Son During the Years 1803 and After, which I Spent in Public Service in Louisiana as Commissioner of the French Government for the Retrocession to France of that Colony and for Its Transfer to the United States. Pierre Clément de Laussat (23 November 1756 – 10 April 1835) was a French politician, and the 24th Governor of Louisiana, the last under French rule.

Pierre Clement de Laussat (1756-1835) was a French politician, and the last French governor of Louisiana. De Laussat was born in the town of Pau. After serving as receveur général des finances in Pau and Bayonne, he was imprisoned during the Terror, but was released and recruited in the armée des Pyrénées. On April 17, 1797 was elected in the Council of Ancients. After the coup of 18 Brumaire, he entered in the Tribunat on December 25, 1799. He was appointed by Napoleon Bonaparte to be colonial prefect (governor) of Louisiana in 1802. He arrived in the colony on March 26, 1803. This was just two weeks before Napoleon had made his decision to sell the Louisiana colony to the United States. For several months Laussat ruled as a normal governor and first he abolished the Cabildo and then he published the Napoleonic Code in the colony. Several months had gone by and Laussat was hearing that the colony had been sold to the U.S. but he did not believe it. On July 28, 1803, Laussat wrote to the French government that a rumor that the colony had been sold was going around New Orleans. On May 18, 1803 Laussat received word from Napoleon that France had declared war on England and that he was to transfer the colony to the United States. On December 20, 1803 he transferred the colony to James Wilkinson and William Charles Cole Claiborne. On April 21, 1804 he left the colony and became colonial prefect of Martinique, until 1809 when he was captured and imprisoned before the English conquest of the island. retired to the ancestral chateau in France and died in 1835.