Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. Museum Design Resources, 1990, n.d.
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve protects significant examples of the rich natural and cultural resources of Louisiana's Mississippi River Delta region. The park, named after the pirate Jean Lafitte, also interprets the influence of environment and history on the development of the unique Cajun regional culture. The park consists of six physically separate sites and a park headquarters.
This collection consists of three volumes of material.
|A.||French Quarter Folklife/Visitor Center||Volume 1|
|B.||Conceptual Exhibit Material||Volume 2-3|
|Volume 1:||French Quarter Folklife/Visitor Center, 1990 (Exhibition Research Outline)|
|September 18, 1990|
|Volume 2:||Conceptual Exhibit: Revised concept material|
|No date. Volume 1 (14 sections)|
|Volume 3:||Conceptual Exhibit: Revised concept material|
|No date. Volume 2 (10 sections)|