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Roudanez, Louis Charles (1823-1890), physician, newspaper proprietor, and Republican party activist  

Connie Meale

Roudanez, Louis Charles (12 June 1823–11 March 1890), physician, newspaper proprietor, and Republican party activist, was born in St. James Parish, Louisiana, the son of Louis Roudanez, a wealthy French merchant, and Aimée Potens, a free woman of color. Roudanez was raised in New Orleans as a member of the city’s free black elite, but in 1844 he left to pursue a professional education in France. In 1853 the faculty of medicine at the University of Paris awarded him a degree in medicine. He graduated with a second medical degree from Dartmouth College in 1857, and soon after he returned to New Orleans to open his own office. In the same year he married Louisa Celie Seulay, and their union produced eight children....


Solis-Cohen, Solomon (1857-1948), physician, Jewish leader, and journalist  

Philip Rosen

Solis-Cohen, Solomon (01 September 1857–12 July 1948), physician, Jewish leader, and journalist, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Meyer Cohen, a merchant, and Judith Solis. His mother insisted when she married that her name was too important to disappear, hence the name Solis-Cohen. As a boy Solomon attended Mikveh Israel, the fourth-oldest synagogue in America. There he was tutored by his beloved rabbi, ...


Testut, Charles (1819?–01 July 1892), Romantic literary artist, journalist, and physician  

Caryn Cossé Bell

Testut, Charles (1819?–01 July 1892), Romantic literary artist, journalist, and physician, was born Charles-Hippolyte-Joseph Testut in Auxerre, France, and though he emigrated to the United States in the late 1830s when he was in his early twenties, he remained a French citizen until his death in New Orleans, Louisiana. The details of Testut’s personal life are sketchy. In his writings he alluded to a brother, Eugène, and a sister, Marie, and he cherished the memory of his father, whom he referred to as a high-ranking official in the Rosicrucian movement. He also mentioned his wife and children and spoke fondly of his dozen or so grandchildren. It appears, however, that when he settled permanently in New Orleans in 1871 his family resided elsewhere....