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NOLA History: The Oldest New Orleans Streetcar

Streetcars are great New Orleans icon.Spent so much time on these.

Along the Mississippi River, you can still find what remains of the River Road Plantations and a life that passed with the Civil War more than 150 years ago. These top 10 River Road Plantations will reveal to you beautiful architecture, rural Louisiana and important history lessons.

Top 10 River Road Plantations outside of New Orleans Louisiana

Along the Mississippi River, you can still find what remains of the River Road Plantations and a life that passed with the Civil War more than 150 years ago. These top 10 River Road Plantations will reveal to you beautiful architecture, rural Louisiana an

Canal Street 1957.  My mom would walk from our house to Canal Street.  She would pay her electric bill on Camp St. and we would shop on Canal street for clothes and shoes.  We walked the length of Canal Street Downtown all the way to the Ferry on the river.

The "neutral ground" on Canal Street, photographed here in the was once a division between the downtown Creole neighborhoods and the uptown American sector. Courtesy of the Louisiana Division/City Archives, New Orleans Public Library

The Louisiana Purchase Agreement. Thomas Jefferson bought this huge land area from Napoleon Bonaparte in 1803. He then sent the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the region.

I could have students point out the states involved in the Louisiana purchase. I could also have them tell me the price and other information behind the purchase.

The Carrollton Streetcar in the 1960's. #nola #history

NOLA History: The Oldest New Orleans Streetcar

companies had to own work cars in addition to regular revenue cars. This particular shot shows "The Carrollton Streetcar" heading out to work in the

How to celebrate your birthday in New Orleans

Happy Birthday, New Orleans! Here’s How to Celebrate

The Carousel Bar in New Orleans is a great place to celebrate your birthday!

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Love the haunted history of the French Quarter? Read about one of our most haunted happenings at Hotel Monteleone, the story of Maurice Begere.

Santa takes a break to visit Pat O' Briens in NOLA!

Instagram Pick of The Week: Santa at Pat O'Briens

This week's featured New Orleans holiday photo was Santa at Pat O'Briens in the French Quarter by

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a Decatur Street staple since 1983 (order the jambalaya)

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