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Message from the President
The Laffite Society is one of the premier historical societies in the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast region. The society is a unique blend of scholarly history and social activities at a very affordable cost. We focus on Jean and Pierre Laffite and related topics of the region during the late 1700s and early 1800ís. A number of serious and respected scholars belong to the society and the presentations at our monthly meetings are top-notch. Programs may include the sailing ships, weapons, currency, Native American cultures, shipwrecks, and other topics of the period. Much of our research material is kept at Texas A&M-Galveston where it is available for study. Most of our members are simply interested in history and we are far from stuffy. Our monthly meetings include dinner, refreshments, and a presentation. They are never boring! We also do interesting field trips, social events, and community outreach projects. I hope you will accept my invitation to attend one of our meetings and consider joining the Laffite Society!

John Dickey - President

 

Current Officers (2017)
John Dickey President Lou Graves MacBeth Vice President Kellye Graham Secretary
Jeff Modzelewski Treasurer Lynette Haaga Hospitality Kathy Modzelewski Membership
Helen Mooty Programs Tom Linton Public Relations Dan Cote Publications
Betty Conner Special Events Jan Johnson & Gene Bindhammer Archivists Diane Wonio Historian
Diane Olson Parlimentarian Pam Keyes Research Coordinator