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Charles Deslondes – Louisiana Rebellion of 1811…..ASE!!!!!!

January 9, 2019

Remember them and they remember you!!!!!!!!! ASE!!!!!!!!!!!

On January 8, 1811, Deslondes organized between 64 and 125 slaves from the sugar plantations near what is now known as LaPlace, Saint John the Baptist Parish and along the German Coast. The German Coast was named such because German immigrants inhabited the area in the 1720s.  While making their way to New Orleans, Deslondes and his followers picked up more slaves, making their number swell to between 200-500.

From January 8 to January 10, the slaves burned five plantations, sugar cane mills and crops. They were mostly armed with cane knives.

On January 11, Andre (or Andry) formed a militia and struck some slaves at the Destrehan Plantation.  Andre’s young son was a member of the militia and was killed.

40 to 45 slaves were killed; many escaped into nearby swamps. Another group of 14 slaves were executed.  Over the following weeks, an additional 44 slaves were killed.

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