Alcée Fortier (June 5, 1856 – 1914) was a renowned Professor of Romance Languages at Tulane University in New Orleans. In the late 19th and early 20th century, he published numerous works on language, literature, Louisiana history and folklore, Louisiana Creole languages, and personal reminiscence. His perspective was valuable because of his French Creole ancestry. He was president of the Modern Language Association and Louisiana Historical Society, was appointed to the State Board of Education, and was active in the American Folklore Society and the New Orleans Academy of Sciences.

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  • Alcée Fortier, né le 5 juin 1856 dans la paroisse de Saint-Jacques en Louisiane et mort en 1914, linguiste louisianais, spécialiste des langues romanes et du créole louisianais, professeur à l'université de Tulane à La Nouvelle-Orléans et éditeur. (fr)
  • Alcée Fortier (June 5, 1856 – 1914) was a renowned Professor of Romance Languages at Tulane University in New Orleans. In the late 19th and early 20th century, he published numerous works on language, literature, Louisiana history and folklore, Louisiana Creole languages, and personal reminiscence. His perspective was valuable because of his French Creole ancestry. He was president of the Modern Language Association and Louisiana Historical Society, was appointed to the State Board of Education, and was active in the American Folklore Society and the New Orleans Academy of Sciences. (en)
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  • Alcée Fortier in 1893
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  • Alcée Fortier in 1893
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  • Edwige Aimé
  • Florent Louis Fortier
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  • Marie Lanauze
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  • American philologist and folklorist (en)
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  • Alcée Fortier, né le 5 juin 1856 dans la paroisse de Saint-Jacques en Louisiane et mort en 1914, linguiste louisianais, spécialiste des langues romanes et du créole louisianais, professeur à l'université de Tulane à La Nouvelle-Orléans et éditeur. (fr)
  • Alcée Fortier (June 5, 1856 – 1914) was a renowned Professor of Romance Languages at Tulane University in New Orleans. In the late 19th and early 20th century, he published numerous works on language, literature, Louisiana history and folklore, Louisiana Creole languages, and personal reminiscence. His perspective was valuable because of his French Creole ancestry. He was president of the Modern Language Association and Louisiana Historical Society, was appointed to the State Board of Education, and was active in the American Folklore Society and the New Orleans Academy of Sciences. (en)
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  • Alcée Fortier (fr)
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