Thoughts on the Cultural Impact of Katrina: People and Things and a web-site status report

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History

 

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David L

 

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February 13, 2014

 

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So much of the city is characterized by historic architecture and neighborhoods of vernacular Victorians with wood-framed, elaborately ornamented front porches; especially noteworthy are those unique “shot-guns” with rear second floor “camelbacks.” New Orleans’s architectural history, it might be said, almost started afresh as the nineteenth century opened, setting the stage for an essentially nineteenth-century place...
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Two extensive fires, one in 1788, and the other in 1794, devastated the city, destroying hundreds of 18th century buildings, both businesses and residences. New Orleans, and Louisiana, were under Spanish rule at the time, although the city, as it then existed, was a relatively crudely built French port and trading post...
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