April 21, 2004
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Culture -- History
Patricia Brady is a cultural and social historian.
She edited and wrote the introduction for Queen of the South: New
Orleans, 1853-1862 and the foreword to Literary New Orleans. She is the
founder of DivaBooks and is currently researching and writing a
biography of Martha Washington. -- from
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A Conference on Key Factor Analysis: A Logic Leading to Social
Accountability: Papers Presented at a Conference (1976) with Irwin
M. Jarett, ed.)
George Washington's Beautiful Nelly: The Letters of Eleanor Parke Curtis
Lewis to Elizabeth Bordley Gibson, 1794-1851 (Women's Diaries and
Letters O) (1991) with Eleanor P. Lewis and Nelly Custis Lewis
Complementary Visions of Louisiana Art: The Laura Simon Nelson
Collection at the Historic New Orleans Collection (1996) by George
E. Jordan, Judith H. Bonner, Louise C. Hoffman, Lynn D. Adams, Patricia
Brady, William H. Gerdts
Queen of the South: New Orleans, 1853-1862: The Journal of Thomas K.
Wharton (1999) by Lynn D. Adams, Patricia Brady, and Samuel Wilson
(eds.), and Thomas Kelah Wharton