New Orleans, LA

New Orleans, Louisiana, from Saint Patrick's Church, 1852

Record Data

Place Unit Type
  City or Town
Containing Unit

Events

Major Topics

People

Birthplace of
 

Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant

Pierre G. T. Beauregard, Brady image, detail
Full name
  Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard

Beecher, Frederick H.

Frederick H. Beecher, detail
Full name
  Frederick H. Beecher

Cushman, Pauline

Pauline Cushman, detail
Full name
  Pauline Cushman

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau

Louis Moreau Gottschalk, detail
Full name
  Louis Moreau Gottschalk

Stark, Benjamin

Benjamin Stark, detail
Full name
  Benjamin Stark

West, Joseph Rodman

Joseph Rodman West, in uniform, circa 1865, detail
Full name
  Joseph Rodman West
Burial place of
 

Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant

Pierre G. T. Beauregard, Brady image, detail
Full name
  Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard

Benton, William Plummer

William Plummer Benton, detail
Full name
  William Plummer Benton

Cailloux, André

Attack of the Louisiana Native Guard at Port Hudson, Louisiana, May 27, 1863, artist's impression, black officer detail
Full name
  André Cailloux

Conrad, Charles Magill

Charles Magill Conrad, detail
Full name
  Charles Magill Conrad

Field, Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope Field, detail
Full name
  Alexander Pope Field

Flanders, Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin Flanders, circa 1860, detail
Full name
  Benjamin Franklin Flanders

Hays, Harry Thompson

Harry Thompson Hays, detail
Full name
  Harry Thompson Hays

Hood, John Bell

John Bell Hood, detail
Full name
  John Bell Hood

Moody, Young Marshall

Young Marshall Moody, detail
Full name
  Young Marshall Moody

Pinchback, Pinckney Benton Stewart

Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback, detail
Full name
  Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback

Places

Contained places
 
Name Type
United States Mint, New Orleans, LA Location or Site

Documents

Subject
 
Date Title
01/09/1847 Debate Over Increase of the Army, House of Representatives, January 9, 1847
02/03/1851 Seth Concklin to William Still, February 3, 1851
04/20/1852 New York Times, “Great Floods in the Potomac and Shenandoah,” April 20, 1852
01/07/1856 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “More Fillibusters [Filibusters],” January 7, 1856
02/03/1857 New York Times, "Fatal Duel at New Orleans," February 3, 1857
02/25/1857 New York Times, “Kansas and the South,” February 25, 1857
04/03/1857 New York Times, “Fillibustering Expedition Against Costa Rica,” April 3, 1857
05/15/1857 New York Times, “A Suspected Slaver Captured,” May 15, 1857
07/29/1857 New York Times, “A Fugitive Slave Excitement in Philadelphia,” July 29, 1857
08/12/1857 Hiram Wilson to William Still, August 12, 1857
09/14/1857 New York Times, “The Financial Panic,” September 14, 1857
10/30/1857 New York Times, “The Ballot-Box and the Bayonet,” October 30, 1857
11/26/1857 Washington (DC) National Era, "Gen. Walker and the Administration," November 26, 1857
12/11/1857 New York Times, “More Slave Cases,” December 11, 1857
01/27/1858 New York Herald, "The Approaching Conclusion of the Kansas Comedy," January 27, 1858
04/12/1858 New York Times, “Highly Important from Mexico,” April 12, 1858
06/04/1858 New York Times, “A Warning ,” June 4, 1858
06/05/1858 New York Times, “The New Orleans Committee,” June 5, 1858
06/06/1858 Chicago (IL) Tribune, “Revolution in New Orleans,” June 6, 1858
06/07/1858 New York Times, “Further Excitement in New Orleans,” June 7, 1858
06/09/1858 New York Times, “End of the New Orleans Rebellion,” June 9, 1858
07/06/1858 New York Times, “Letter from General William Walker,” July 6, 1858
09/11/1858 New York Times, “Aid Wanted for New Orleans,” September 11, 1858
10/30/1858 New York Times, “Yellow Fever in New Orleans,” October 30, 1858
11/02/1858 New York Times, “Health of New Orleans,” November 2, 1858
11/14/1858 (St. Louis) Missouri Republican, “Military,” November 14, 1858
11/25/1858 (St. Louis) Missouri Republican, “Judge Douglas,” November 25, 1858
11/28/1858 New York Herald, “Mr. Douglas On His Travels,” November 28, 1858
12/19/1858 New York Times, “The New Orleans Epidemic,” December 19, 1858
12/31/1858 (St. Louis) Missouri Republican, “Senator Douglas,” December 31, 1858
01/02/1859 New Orleans (LA) Picayune, “Quick,” January 2, 1859
01/30/1859 Memphis (TN) Appeal, “From New Orleans,” January 30, 1859
02/01/1859 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “The Slave Market of New Orleans,” February 1, 1859
02/05/1859 New York Times, "Mexican News," February 5, 1859
02/15/1859 New York Times, “The Cuban Scheme at the South,” February 15, 1859
03/01/1859 New York Times, “Terrible Steamboat Disaster,” March 1, 1859
04/12/1859 New York Times, “Highly Important from Mexico,” April 12, 1859
06/09/1859 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “Greeley Meets a Slave Dealer,” June 9, 1859
08/11/1859 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “The Slave Trade at the North,” August 11, 1859
08/28/1859 New York Herald, “Important to Persons of Color,” August 28, 1859
09/06/1859 New York Times, “Northern Mexico,” September 6, 1859
10/11/1859 New York Times, “A Shabby Trick,” October 11, 1859
10/22/1859 New Orleans (LA) Picayune, "Monthly Passes to Negros," October 22, 1859
12/03/1859 Atchison (KS) Freedom’s Champion, “Walker vs. Brown,” December 3, 1859
12/12/1859 William T. Sherman to Ellen Sherman, December 12, 1859
12/22/1859 New York Times, "Southern Students in New York," December 22, 1859
12/23/1859 New York Times, "The Southern Medical Students," December 23, 1859
12/26/1859 Charleston (SC) Mercury, “The Medical Students,” December 26, 1859
02/13/1860 New York Times, “The Post-Office and the Express,” February 13, 1860
03/31/1860 C.G. Baylor to Robert Hunter, March 31, 1860
06/01/1860 Abraham Lincoln, Autobiography, circa June 1860
08/19/1860 New York Herald, “The Whereabouts of Walker,” August 19, 1860
08/22/1860 New York Times, “Walker Again,” August 22, 1860
08/29/1860 Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, "What Walker's Success Means," August 29, 1860
11/13/1860 Chicago (IL) Tribune, "Secession and Finance," November 13, 1860
11/18/1860 New York Herald, “Douglas on Lincoln,” November 18, 1860
11/23/1860 William T. Sherman to Ellen Sherman, November 23, 1860
11/29/1860 William T. Sherman to Ellen Sherman, November 29, 1860
02/23/1861 (Concord) New Hampshire Statesman, “What Will Lincoln Do?,” February 23, 1861
03/11/1861 Chicago (IL) Tribune, “A Scurvy Trick,” March 11, 1861
04/02/1861 Cleveland (OH) Herald, “Beauties of the ‘Institution’,” April 2, 1861
05/01/1861 New York Times, “Arms for the Rebels,” May 1, 1861
05/24/1861 San Francisco (CA) Evening Bulletin, “Protection of New Orleans,” May 24, 1861
06/03/1861 New York Times, “One of their Errors,” June 3, 1861
06/20/1861 New York Times, “Famine Among the Confederates,” June 20, 1861
07/25/1861 Fayetteville (NC) Observer, “What is a Blockade?,” July 25, 1861
08/25/1861 New Orleans (LA) Picayune, “Confederate Treasury Notes,” August 25, 1861
04/26/1862 Mayor John T. Monroe to Flag-Officer David Farragut
05/01/1862 Major General Benjamin F. Butler, Proclamation to the Citizens of New Orleans, May 1, 1862
05/03/1862 Major-General Mansfield Lovell, General Order 17, May 3, 1862
07/26/1862 Abraham Lincoln to Reverdy Johnson, Washington, DC, July 26, 1862
07/28/1862 Abraham Lincoln to Cuthbert Bullitt, July 28, 1862
09/13/1862 Abraham Lincoln, Reply to Emancipation Memorial Presented by Chicago Christians of All Denominations, September 13, 1862
11/21/1862 Abraham Lincoln to George Foster Shepley, November 21, 1862
07/10/1863 John Keagy Stayman to Edgar Hastings, July 1863
07/17/1863 New York Times, “Gen. Banks,” July 17, 1863
07/18/1863 William Elisha Stoker to Elizabeth E. Stoker, July 18, 1863
12/09/1863 George F. Shepley to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 09, 1862
03/15/1864 Ruben F. Briggs to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, March 15, 1864, New Orleans, Louisiana