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It's the day Joan entered Orleans, which led to the lifting of the siege, the end of the 100 Years War, and her legendary moniker "The Maid of Orleans!"

www.history.com/this-day-in-history/joan-of-arc-relieves-orleans
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French musician Raphael Bas will play on the porch at Beauregard-Keyes House & Garden on May 28th for our Krewe de Jeanne d'arc party in honor of Joan of Arc's May 30th feast day. Check your email for information! ... See MoreSee Less

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You'd be surprised how often Joan Rivers shows up in searches for Joan of Arc...she's the other most famous Joan, apparently! The title of her daughter's memoir caught my attention...as did this excellent round up of inspiring women's stories. For all Joan lovers (either or both Joans) you should appreciate this recommendation of new bios about warriors of various kinds!

www.barnesandnoble.com/blog/inspiring-womens-life-stories/
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3 weeks ago

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New Orleans native, Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc member and longtime Joan of Arc fan Alex Labry has published his book PERSONAL REFLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC, based on and including his 6+ years of traveling through France photographing statues of Joan. The Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc had the privilege of coordinating and co-hosting Alex's photo display at Ursulines Convent two years ago. He and his wife have since joined the krewe, and hand out images of Joan that Alex has created as their parade "throws". We're so proud to be associated with his beautiful work! If you cannot attend his opening in Austin, you can still find his book online at www.blogart.co/personal-reflections-of-joan-of-arc/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Annie LousteauIsn't that the title of the Mark Twain bio?4 weeks ago

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