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1. Battle of New Orleans Returns
(Events/Celebrations)
... p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 9 to Chalmette Battlefield (part of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve). The battlefield is located at 8606 West St. Bernard Highway, Chalmette, Louisiana. More than ...
2. New Orleans Navy Week
(Events/Outdoors Shows)
... in 2015. New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp / (504) 491-5330 Website: www.neworleansonline.com ...
3. louisiana
(Tag)
Historians, collectors and others interested in learning about the history of the American Civil War will have a unique opportunity to do so in Bossier City, Louisiana on March 14-16, 2014, when the Louisiana ...
... a record crowd of 18,242. But it was a special night for the man from Sulphur, Louisiana. He came into the 10-day WNFR in 10th place in the tie-down roping, more than $62,000 behind the leader - his ...
... a seafood cook-off featuring Navy chefs and Louisiana chefs. Coming to New Orleans are the tall ships Guayas of Ecuador, Dewaruci of Indonesia, and the U. S. Coast Guard Barque Eagle. Other ships visiting ...
7. New Orleans’ Historic Perseverance Hall No. 4 Opens
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... 1820, making it the oldest Masonic temple in Louisiana. It is situated very close to Historic Congo Square where the African rhythms that became part of jazz were celebrated since Colonial times, and ...
...  The New Orleans section of the program was discontinued after Hurricane Katrina struck south Louisiana in fall 2005. The restored program will begin this Memorial Day weekend aboard the Sunset Limited ...
... Confederate States of America and the garrison at Fort Smith became a Confederate outpost. Confederate troops from Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, and even Indian Territory would assemble and drill at the ...
... the number of krewes; almost 60 krewes. Lake Charles is also the only place in Louisiana to see all royal kings, queens and courts promenade in their exquisite costumes in one place - at the Royal Gala, ...
11. Latest News, Deals & Savings for Jan. 18
(Travel/Western Travel Buzz)
... at (800) 367-2525 or visit the Web site at www.kahalaresort.com Galveston Island Hotels To Toast Mardi Gras with Music, Parade Viewing Saying Louisiana isn't the only place that celebrates Mardi Gras, ...
... 8606 West Saint Bernard Highway in Chalmette, Louisiana, just downriver from New Orleans. The final Hurricane Katrina recovery project at Chalmette Battlefield is the new visitor center, now under construction, ...
... Haines Highway - Valley of the Eagles (NSB) Arizona: Historic Route 66 - Arizona (AAR) Colorado: Top of the Rockies (NSB) Lariat Loop Scenic and Historic Byway (NSB) Louisiana: Louisiana Great River ...
14. Contributors
(About Us/Info)
... while his mother's side of the family reach into late 1800s Louisiana. Currently he serves as publisher for La Frontera Publishing, a publisher of fiction and nonfiction books about the West, and as editor ...
...  But the law did more than just create new territories - it repealed the Missouri Compromise which outlawed slavery above the 36 degrees 30 minutes latitude in the Louisiana Territory. Anti-slavery supporters ...
... much of the historic buildings you're seeing might not be there today.   "My argument is that Monroe basically saved the French Quarter," Charles Chamberlain, historian with the Louisiana ...
... risk" list. They are Athens, Missouri; Honey Springs, Oklahoma; Little Blue River, Missouri; Mansfield, Louisiana; Newtonia, Missouri, and Wilson's Creek, Missouri. All six locations, according to the ...
18. Louisiana
(Category)
... Oklahoma, while on his mother's side, the family history begins in post Civil War Louisiana. Currently he serves as publisher for La Frontera Publishing, a publisher of fiction and nonfiction books about ...
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