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he submarine, which fought for the confederacy in the US civil war, was sunk near North Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864 by its own torpedo, killing all eight men on board
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Human remains are found inside H.L. Hunley

The submarine, which fought for the confederacy in the US civil war, was sunk near North Charleston, South Carolina, in 1864. Scientists have spent 17 years restoring it.

New Orleans circa 1906. "Italian headquarters, Madison Street."
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Nuovo Orleans: 1906 high-resolution photo

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Ghosts of New Orleans: 1906  Look to your left, go to the site, enlarge the pic! wowowoow!!!
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Ghosts of New Orleans: 1906

High-resolution vintage photo archive with thousands of HD images.

New Orleans 1920
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Abandoned shotgun house - New Orleans, Louisiana

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Marie Laveau's resting place, New Orleans - Marie Catherine Laveau was a Louisiana Creole practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo. She and her mother had great influence over their multiracial following. Photo by Heather Mitchell - Jan 22, 2012 via Picasa #NewOrleans
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New Orleans Attractions Guide

New Orleans attractions are endless. Take a haunted tour through the cemeteries, spend the day in a park, ride in a street car and much more.

Baton Rouge's Old State Capital building- Baton Rouge Louisiana
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Baton Rouge

Visit Baton Rouge Louisiana to experience the capital city of Louisiana. Discover things to do in Baton Rouge, visit museums, the state capitol, Louisiana State University, festivals and more.

High-Resolution photo of the New Orleans Mardi Gras in 1900

Mardi Gras: 1900 high-resolution photo

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Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history
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Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history

Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history

Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history
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Antebellum New Orleans Photography-a pictoral history

history of antebellum photography in new orleans, including old photographs, confederate soldier images and landscapes

1908. "Smallest news & post card stand in New Orleans, 103 Royal Street." Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Mr. Magazine: 1908
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Mr. Magazine: 1908 high-resolution photo

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Bourbon Street and Ursulines Avenue circa 1925. "New Orleans organ grinder." Nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe.

Bourbon Boys: 1924

High-resolution vintage photo archive with thousands of HD images.

Convent Postmistress: 1939
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Convent Postmistress: 1939 high-resolution photo

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The Archbishopric ~ Old Ursuline Convent, 1910.  Finished in 1752, it's considered the oldest surviving structure in New Orleans.
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The Archbishopric: 1910 high-resolution photo

Vintage photographs available as fine-art prints or digital stock images

Mardi Gras day 1921, on St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA

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www.NewOrleansLocal.com pic of the day: Mardi Gras day 1921, on St. Charles Ave.

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In the hurricane of September, 1947, the 17th Street canal breached on the Jefferson Parish side about a mile inland from Lake Pontchartrain, and flooded Bucktown. In the bottom of the photo is the canal. From the New Orleans Public Library site, www.nutrias.org.