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New Orleans, LA - Its People, History
and Culture Book Collection on CD

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The New Orleans, Louisiana Histories book collection is a group of 36 books that detail the history of New Orleans - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of New Orleans during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.

All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

  1. New Orleans, old and new (1914) - Allen, William - 31 pages
  2. The New-Orleans book (1851) - Barnwell, Robert Gibbes - 384 pages
  3. Creole Families of New Orleans (1921) - Grace Elizabeth King - 465 pages
  4. General Butler in New Orleans (1864) - Parton, James - 649 pages
  5. A Woman of New Orleans (1889) - Samuel Humphreys James - 235 pages
  6. Municipal history of New Orleans; (1889) - Howe, William Wirt - 33 pages
  7. The New Orleans sketch book (1853) - Wharton, George M; Darley, Felix Octavius Carr; Collins, Tillinghast K., jr; Collins, P. G; Hart, A. - 202 pages
  8. Social life in old New Orleans, being recollections of my girlhood (1912) - Ripley, Eliza - 332 pages
  9. New Orleans; the place and the people (1895) - King, Grace Elizabeth - 402 pages
  10. Souvenir of New Orleans and the exposition (1885) - Schwarz, Louis - 28 pages
  11. The Picayune's guide to New Orleans (1904) - 224 pages
  12. New Orleans as I Found it (1845) - Edward Henry Durell - 125 pages
  13. Visitor's Guide to New Orleans. November, 1875... (1875) - 176 pages
  14. Pen drawings of old New Orleans (1916) - Churchill, Francis Gorton - approx 24 pages
  15. The Journal of Julia Le Grand, New Orleans, 1862-1863 (1911) - Mrs Julia Ellen (Le Grand) Waitz - 318 pages
  16. New Orleans Guide: With Descriptions of the Routes to New Orleans (1893) - James S. Zacharie - 159 pages
  17. New Orleans and its environs; the domestic architecture, 1727-1870 (1938) - Ricciuti, Italo William; Hertzberg, Rudolf - 163 pages
  18. Soards guide book illustrated, and street guide of New Orleans (1885) - 118 pages
  19. New Orleans; what to see and how to see it; a standard guide to the city of New Orleans. Illustrated (1909) - 68 pages
  20. Norman's New Orleans and environs : containing a brief historical sketch of the territory and state of Louisiana, and the city of New Orleans .. (1845) - Norman, Benjamin Moore - 223 pages
  21. New Orleans, city of old romance and new oportunity. Southern railway system (1920) - 31 pages
  22. Jackson and New Orleans. An authentic narrative of the memorable achievements of the American army, under Andrew Jackson, before New Orleans, in the winter of 1814, '15 (1856) - Walker, Alexander - 411 pages
  23. Autobiographical Sketches and Recollections, During a Thirty-five Years' Residence in New Orleans (1857) - Theodore Clapp - 419 pages
  24. New Orleans city guide, written and compiled by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the city of New Orleans (1938) - 430 pages
  25. In and around the old St. Louis Cathedral of New Orleans (1908) - Chambon, Celestin M. - 181 pages
  26. The Creole tourist's guide and sketch book to the city of New Orleans, with map (1910) - 126 pages
  27. Practical common sense guide book through the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans .. (1885) - Perkins, Daniel W - 80 pages
  28. The story of Algiers, now Fifth District of New Orleans, 1718-1896. The past and the present (1896) - Seymour, William H. - 128 pages
  29. The industrial canal and inner harbor of New Orleans. History, description and economic aspects of giant facility created to encourage industrial expansion and develop commerce (1921) - Dabney, Thomas Ewing - 80 pages
  30. Catalogue of the officers and students of Leland University : New Orleans, Louisiana, 1883-4 : with the course of instruction for 1884-5 (1885) - 28 pages
  31. La cuisine creole : a collection of culinary recipes from leading chefs and noted Creole housewives, who have made New Orleans famous for its cuisine (1885) - Hearn, Lafcadi - 268 pages
  32. Standard history of New Orleans, Louisiana, giving a description of the natural advantages, natural history ... settlement, Indians, Creoles, municipal and military history, mercantile and commercial interests, banking, transportation, struggles against high water, the press, educational ... etc. (1900) - Rightor, Henry - 743 pages
  33. New Orleans annual and commercial register of 1846. Containing the names, residences and professions of all the heads of families and persons in business of the city and suburbs, Algiers and Lafayette, &c. .. (1845) - 668 pages
  34. Historical sketch book and guide to New Orleans and environs, with map. Illustrated with many original engravings; and containing exhaustive accounts of the traditions, historical legends, and remarkable localities of the Creole city (1885) - Coleman, William Head - 324 pages
  35. The battle of New Orleans, including the previous engagements between the Americans and the British, the Indians, and the Spanish which led to the final conflict on the 8th of January, 1815 (1904) - Smith, Z. F. (Zachariah Frederick) - 193 pages
  36. Incidents in the life of Jacob Barker, of New Orleans, Louisiana : with historical facts, his financial transactions with the government and his course on important political questions, from 1800 to 1855 (1855) - Barker, Jacob - 285 pages

This CD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. All books on this CD are searchable and printable.

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