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Joseph-Carrol House New Orleans: Part One - Frenchmen Street, The Garden District, The French Quarter and more

Joseph-Carrol House New Orleans: Part One - Frenchmen Street, The Garden District, The French Quarter and more

The LaLaurie House is considered one of the most haunted houses in the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is said that the original lady of the house was extremely cruel to her slaves. She was apparently responsible for the death of a slave girl and many of the slaves were found living in deplorable conditions. The house exchanged hands multiple times with few staying more than a few scant weeks or months.

The LaLaurie House is considered one of the most haunted houses in the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is said that the original lady of the house was extremely cruel to her slaves. She was apparently responsible for the death of a slave girl and many of the slaves were found living in deplorable conditions. The house exchanged hands multiple times with few staying more than a few scant weeks or months.

TITLE: Blue Steps LOCATION: New Orleans This photograph is part of my "Views of New Orleans" series. The photographs in the series feature the lovely and charming buildings in the French Quarter and a

TITLE: Blue Steps LOCATION: New Orleans This photograph is part of my "Views of New Orleans" series. The photographs in the series feature the lovely and charming buildings in the French Quarter and a

Brennan's, New Orleans - DO NOT leave this city without having Brunch at Brennans - it still stands as the only restaurant that has ever given me seconds for free.  mmmm blue crab gumbo

Brennan's, New Orleans - DO NOT leave this city without having Brunch at Brennans - it still stands as the only restaurant that has ever given me seconds for free. mmmm blue crab gumbo

Here's another then and now for y'all...corner of Esplanade and Bourbon, early 1900s and 2014.

Here's another then and now for y'all...corner of Esplanade and Bourbon, early 1900s and 2014.

Wagons line up on Decatur Street, waiting to unload their goods at the market, which is just out of the picture, on the left; ca. 1898.

Wagons line up on Decatur Street, waiting to unload their goods at the market, which is just out of the picture, on the left; ca. 1898.

Shotgun shack-French Quarter-New Orleans-read the article below for some really interesting background on the history of shotgun houses. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Shotgun shack-French Quarter-New Orleans-read the article below for some really interesting background on the history of shotgun houses. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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