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Le Comité

P.O. Box 1547

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821

United States

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The Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc. is the non-profit support group for the Louisiana State Archives. Founded in 1978. This site provides information on the archives for researchers with an interest in Louisiana historical data. ... more

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Cajun and Cajuns: Genealogy site for Cajun, Acadian and Louisiana genealogy, history and culture [cached]

Ms. Judy Riffel, Treasurer of Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane and Editor of Le Raconteur has provided the following information about the collection:

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Judy Riffel, author and editor for Le Comite' des Archives

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Judy Riffel, author and editor for Le Comite' des Archives

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Speaker: Judy Riffel, Louisiana Author and Editor

Judy Riffel discusses her new best-selling book, A Guide to Genealogical Research at the Louisiana State Archives. Judy is the long time editor of Le Raconteur, journal and newsletter, of Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane (the volunteer affinity support group for the Louisiana State Archives) as well as their treasurer in their 30th anniversary year. She has compiled, abstracted, and edited 20 books of finding aids of Louisiana records.
Judy Riffel knows more about the Louisiana State Archives than any one else, including the archivists. Her new book is a smash success and best seller. Judy will lecture on the basics of how to research at the Louisiana State Archives, what collections are of the most importance, and how to find collections that will assist your research.

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The Vicksburg Genealogical Society has named Judy Riffel of Baton Rouge the recipient of its annual Woodland G. Shockley Award.The award was presented at the April meeting of the society.

Not only did Riffel receive a plaque, but a nameplate with her name has been added to the plaque in the local history room of the Warren County-Vicksburg Public Library.
The 2007 honor for Riffel was presented for her outstanding contributions as editor of Le Raconteur, the quarterly journal of Le Comite des Archives de la Louisiane and also for the splendid articles she has contributed to every issue of Mississippi River Routes.
Riffel is one of the most avid genealogical researchers at this time and is not only editor of the Baton Rouge publication, but she also speaks to groups and shares her knowledge of how to best go about planning and writing a family history.Her translations of French and Spanish documents are of great assistance to others in the research field, and her work is much admired by other societies and by the research community in general.Her tireless efforts carry her all over the United States, and her next trip will be to Florida where she will be translating and copying some Cuban papers.
She is treasurer of Le Comite des Archives de la Louisiane, the organization that was organized many years ago to assist in collecting materials for and the preservation of materials to be donated to the Louisiana State Archives, located on Essen Lane.
She is also the author and/or compiler of numerous books relating to early Louisiana records, especially those in East Baton Rouge, Iberville, Pointe Coupee, Natchitoches, and Caddo parishes.To have an organization in Mississippi honor her for her preservation efforts is indeed an honor that needs to be shared with all those interested in the heritage of our state and our nation.

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