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When a young man saw a young woman he found attractive, usually the escorting parties, would arrange a proper introduction. There were other young women, there were other young men. I am sure many of you are familiar with the New Orleans 19th century custom of “placage”. Was an “agreed upon” (common law marriage) arrangement between young free women of color (and no, not all of these young women could passe blanc) and a young white man of usually great wealth (because they were the only men who could afford such an arrangement).

When these young men “legally” married a White woman, these marriages were usually also arranged.

There were also several other levels of balls and parties, all for the purpose of young free women of color making the acquaintance of a young a White men. The mother, aunt or any other maternal figure would attend with the young woman.

The young men were usually escorted by their father, uncle or any other paternal figure.

But the placage arrangement (being that they were not legally binding) required a “love, compatibility, sexual attraction”.

After the July 1958 Haitian coup d'état attempt against President François Duvalier, he disbanded the army and all law enforcement agencies in Haiti and executed numerous officers as he perceived them as a threat to his regime. Duvalier authorized the Tontons Macoutes to commit systematic violence and human rights abuses to suppress political opposition.

I’ll have to admit, some of the hidden history of these women is news for me too.

Plaçage was a recognized extralegal system in French and Spanish slave colonies of North America (including the Caribbean) by which ethnic European men entered into the equivalent of common-law marriages with non Europeans, of African, Native American and mixed-race descent.

In this period there was a shortage of European women, as the colonies were dominated in the early day by male explorers and colonists.

Let me be clear in saying, I’m talking Louisiana Creole descent.

The French man has long been considered the holy grail of international lovers.

But there are some very particular do's and don'ts when it comes to grabbing one for yourself.

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