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A History of New Orleans(107 clicks)
By Donnald McNabb & Lee Madere. History of this unique American city.Amateur film: New Orleans Carnival Week, February 22, 1941(112 clicks)
Essays on New Orleans History(145 clicks)
History of Mardi Gras(144 clicks)
Information on this famous New Orleans celebration.Huey P. Long(108 clicks)
Biography of the infamous governor.Huey P. Long(155 clicks)
King of Louisiana, and Other Goverment Work(101 clicks)
A Biography of Major General Nathaniel Prentice Banks, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives by Raymond H. BanksLouisiana Cajun Music from the 1920s-1970s(107 clicks)
Mardi Gras Indians(141 clicks)
Mardi Gras is full of secrets and the Mardi Gras Indians are as much a part of that secret society as any other carnival organization. The Mardi Gras Indians are comprised, in large part, of the blacks of New Orleans' inner cities. They have paraded for well over a century...yet their parade is perhaps the least recognized Mardi Gras tradition.New Orleans(100 clicks)
PBS programNew Orleans Pharmacy Museum(182 clicks)
"The New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is located in the historic 1823 apothecary shop of Louis Joseph Dufilho, Jr., America’s first licensed pharmacist (1816). Dufilho’s pharmacy opened as a museum in 1950 and is operated by the non-profit organization, Friends of Historical Pharmacy."
Southeastern Louisiana(104 clicks)
History and cultureTulane University Special Collections(106 clicks)
Here you will find information about our University Archives, Jazz Archives, Rare Books, Louisiana Collection, Architectural Archives, and Manuscripts Department.