1. This 1815 image depicts the Cabildo as it appeared at the time of the Battle of New Orleans. Courtesy of Louisiana State Museum.
2. The Cabildo as built by Don Almonaster in 1794 and a corner of the Plaza before it was named Jackson Square appear in this 1890 image. Courtesy of the Louisiana State Museum.
3. This interesting 1889 image shows a chain barrier on St. Peter Street blocking traffic when court was in session at the Cabildo. Notice the close up of the statue of the Pelican in the left corner of the picture. Courtesy of Harper’s Weekly.
4. This 1889 print titled “Old Cabildo” captures part of St. Louis Cathedral to the right of the Cabildo. Courtesy of Harper’s Weekly.
5. This striking 1890 image of the Cabildo shows the cupola on the roof and a horse and buggy parked in front on Chartres Street. Only pedestrian traffic is allowed today in the 700 block of Chartres Street in front of the Cabildo. Courtesy of Louisiana State Museum.
A Most Unusual Grave
Algiers Immigration Station
Algiers Immigration Station Closed For Business
American Italian Museum
Art and Design
Battle of New Orleans
Beverly Stadler and nephew discuss All Saints Day rituals; brief description of Stadler tomb.
Busy Levee Scene on the Mississippi River at the French Quarter in New Orleans. Former Gallatin St. area.
Cemeteries, Tombs, Carrolton
Central Grocery Co.
Congo Square in Armstrong Park with dancers
Congo Square. An engraving by E.W. Kemble, 1886.
Details and features of various tombs.
Drawing of drums played at Congo Square by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1819.
Fort Macomb, built circa 1815.
Fort Petite Coquilles, completed circa 1813.
Fort Pike Volunteer Fire Department, founded in 1956
Gallatin Street before it became French Market Place.
Government and Politics
Historic New Orleans
Immigration into New Orleans
Louisiana Aviation, Jimmie Wedell, Harry Williams, Wedell-Williams Air Service
Louisiana Aviation, The Wedell-Williams Air Service
Louisiana Aviation, Wedell-Williams Air Service
Louisiana Aviation, Wedell-Williams Air Service, Jefferson Parish
Lousiana Dental School
Music History of New Orleans
Neighborhoods and Districts
New Immigration Station Receives Its First Guests
New Orleans Mansion
Picture of Jax Truck
Race and Ethnicity
Red Cross Nurses from WWII
Sexuality and Gender
The Immigration Station Moves To The French Quarter.
The Occupation of New Orleans
The Town of Lake Catherine.
Transportation, Segregation, Legal History
U.S. Immigration Station at New Orleans
Urban Planning & Design
Women in the Civil War