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Name:    Soulard, Antoine
Profession:  Politician
Category:  Demographics (immigration, etc.), Planning and Development, Politics and Government
Born/Started:    1766
Died/Ended:    1825
Description:    Antoine Soulard was an early St. Louis landowner who was surveyor general and landowner who received a 64-acre tract owned by Gabriel Cerre when he married CerreĀ“s daughter, Julia, in 1795. Soulard had arrived in St. Louis as a refugee from the French Revolution and was appointed as the second surveyor-general of Upper Louisiana by Zenon Trudeau, the Spanish commandant from 1795-1805 [40, 54].

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