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Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

A new map of the north parts of America claimed by France under ye names of Louisiana, Mississipi, Canada and New France, with ye adjoyning territories of England and Spain ...

A new map of the north parts of America claimed by France under ye names of Louisiana, Mississipi, Canada and New France, with ye adjoyning territories of England and Spain ...

Letter to General J. B. Planche, New Orleans

Letter to General J. B. Planche, New Orleans

Épitre a Don. Bernard de Galvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté catholique, gouverneur & intandant [sic] géneral de la province de la Louisianne

Épitre a Don. Bernard de Galvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté catholique, gouverneur & intandant [sic] géneral de la province de la Louisianne

Épitre a Don. Bernard de Galvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté catholique, gouverneur & intandant [sic] géneral de la province de la Louisianne

Épitre a Don. Bernard de Galvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté catholique, gouverneur & intandant [sic] géneral de la province de la Louisianne

Épitre a Don. Bernard de Galvez colonel des armées de Sa Majesté catholique, gouverneur & intandant [sic] géneral de la province de la Louisianne

Carondelet, Baron. New Orleans

Carondelet, Baron. New Orleans

Draft of a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution on the purchase of Louisiana

Draft of a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution on the purchase of Louisiana

Draft of a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution on the purchase of Louisiana

Draft of a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution on the purchase of Louisiana

Louisiana Heron. Male Adult.

Taylor, Zachary. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. To Colonel J. Watson Webb

Taylor, Zachary. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. To Colonel J. Watson Webb

Sugarcane Plantation, Louisiana.

Sugarcane Plantation, Louisiana.

Iron caps used as skewbacks to the ground arches in the New Custom House, New Orleans [plan and section].

Iron caps used as skewbacks to the ground arches in the New Custom House, New Orleans [plan and section].

New Custom House New Orleans.

St. Patrick's Cathedral, New Orleans from the river bank from 4 miles above.

New Custom House New Orleans.

Marble cutting at the new Custom House New Orleans.

The Marine Hospital from the upper walls of the new Custom House New Orleans.

Marble cutting at the new Custom House New Orleans.

Mississippi River 4 miles above New Orleans.

Mississippi River 4 miles above New Orleans.

St. Patrick's Cathedral, New Orleans from the river bank from 4 miles above.

The Marine Hospital from the upper walls of the new Custom House New Orleans.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

A big aligator, about 800 lbs.

Cypress tree, 25 feet diameter.

Indian Catholic priest's home.

Plantation negro houses.

Plantation negro houses.

Sugar cane cutting.

Old state house, Baton Rouge, La.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Lost Louisiana Shaft House.

St. Charles hotel.

Bird's-eye view from St. Patrick's church towards Carrollton.

General street view, showing horse-drawn buggies.

Canal Street, New Orleans, La.

Old houses, Orleans St.

Mexican silver in main building of the Exposition.

Exposition, Saint Charles Street.

[View of Jackson square and Cathedral.]

[View of street cars.]

[General bird's-eye view showing buildings, houses, and the river.]

[Street cars on St. Charles St.]

City of the dead, St. Louis No. 2, showing the fine marble tomb of Caballero in the foreground.

Side vaults, St. Louis cemetery.

View Lake Ponchartrain.

View Lake Ponchartrain.

The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.

[View of piles for jetty taken from the pile driver, showing Port Eads in the distance.]

[View of levees showing "mattrass ways".]

[View of levees showing "mattrass ways".]

Principal steamboat landing, from Gravier street, looking down the levee.

Cotton! cotton! cotton! levee, New Orleans, La. U.S.A.

Flowers in Howard cemetery, New Orleans, La.

Loading a Mississippi steamer, New Orleans, La.

The levee and railroad station.

Str. Clinton, Sugar landing.

Trucking cotton from steamboat.

[Two African American men sitting on barrels on the levee.]

The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee--New Orleans, La.

Canal street ferry boat Louise.

Sugar landing.

Levee and upper landing.

Loading cotton, New Orleans, U.S.A.

The west end summer resort, New Orleans.

Lee monument.

Clay statue.

Esplanade St.

Levee, N.O. La.

A cotton float, New Orleans.

Levee and R.R. station, N.O. La.

Shipping at New Orleans, La.

N.O. and Mobile R.R. station, New Orleans.

Entrance to Jackson square, New Orleans, La.

Entrance to Jackson square, New Orleans, La.

City hall, New Orleans.

Plantation Negro houses.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Plantation negro houses.

The sweetest spot on earth--sugar levee beside the Mississippi, New Orleans, La.

[Two African American men sitting on barrels on the levee.]

[Jackson square.]

Entrance to Jackson square, New Orleans, La.

Franklin monument, New Orleans, La.

Lost Louisiana Shaft House.

[Female orphan asylum and St. Theresa church.]

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