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Nogaret, Stanislas Henry Lucien de 1682-1759

Colonist; born in Marseilles, France, in 1682; enlisted in the army about 1698; ordered to Louisiana in 1716; and later appointed commander of Fort Rosalie. In 1729 the Natchez Indians burned this fort and murdered nearly all the settlers in its vicinity. Nogaret, with a few [472] others, escaped, and a few months afterwards returned with a French force, defeated the Indians, and restored the fort. He published Precis des établissements fondes dans la vallee du Mississippi par Le Chevalier Le Moyne de Bienville, suivi d'une histoire des guerres avec les Indiens Natchez. He died in Paris in 1759.

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