Director -- Jamie Christy
Bachelor of Arts in History from Louisiana State University
Master of Arts in American History from Southwest Texas State University
Teaching Assistant at Southwest Texas State University, 1995-99
Member of Phi Alpha Theta (History Honors Society)
Publications in the realm of American History
Assistant Curator --- Ann Talbot
Bachelor of Arts in History and English from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
Worked for one year at Dupre Library at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
Taught social studies at Hanson Memorial High School in Franklin. Worked at Morgan City Archives from 1981 through 1982. Worked on the ethnic history project while at Archives. Took historical research writing course while attending the University of Southwestern Louisiana. Currently taking a course on writing for children's literature.
Program Coordinator/Bookkeeper--Dottie Courville
Graduate of Morgan City High School with
thirty-three years' experience in bookkeeping,
program development, and office administration.
Artifacts Committee of the Young-Sanders Center Foundation
Mission Statement of the Artifacts Committee
To be able to identify, authenticate, and date artifacts that may hold historic
value to our area so that we may preserve and display those items for future generations.
|Paul Gramling, Chairman
Mary Elizabeth Sanders, Vice Chairman
Dr. Arthur Bergeron
Edward Overton Cailleteau
Hon. Bob Courtney
Dr. Thomas Eubanks
Dr. Donald Frazier
Dr. Herbert Graf
Dr. Gaston de la Bretonne
Charles S. Harper
John T. Hunley
Robert Judice, Jr.
Dr. Stephen S. Michot
John Moroz, Jr.
Tanya K. Ruffin
Carmel T. Saul
William A. Spedale
Thomas J. Williams
Dr. Steven Woodworth
Paul Gramling, Chairman of the Young Sanders Center Advisory Board
Paul Gramling, Louisiana Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans Past Commander, General Richard Taylor Camp, SCV Past Commander, Brigadier General Henry Gray Chapter of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars Resident of Shreveport, Louisiana since 1960
Mary Elizabeth Sanders -- Vice Chairman Young-Sanders Center Advisory Board
Mary Elizabeth Sanders is a native of and resides in Baton Rouge. Earliest members of her family settled in St. Mary Parish shortly after the Louisiana Purchase (1803), and her father, Jared Y. Sanders, was born in Franklin. Ms. Sanders holds two degrees from Louisiana State University, including Master of Arts in American History. She has specialized in historical writing, which includes several books on the Attakapas country and St. Mary Parish in particular.
Edward Overton Cailleteau, Immediate Past Chairman of the Young Sanders Center Advisory Board
Edward Overton Cailleteau is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He earned a bachelor's degree in history at Louisiana State University. A descendant of Louisiana's first Confederate Governor Thomas Overton Moore and of Lieutenant General Theophilus Holmes of North Carolina, he has served the Sons of Confederate Veterans as Commander of the Louisiana Division and as Commander of the Army of the Trans-Mississippi. He is also past National Commander-in-Chief of the Military Order of the Stars and Bars. He is active in the Sons of the American Revolution, the Society of the Cincinnati, the Lone Star Association, the Society of the Founders of the City of New Orleans, and the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims. For twelve years he served as the archivist and genealogical coordinator for the East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court's office.
Morgan City Archives