It is not only new-orleans that I will cede, it is the whole colony without any reservation.
Soon after he landed at new-orleans, and was received "with dumb respect."
On this marsh, most of which was under water, the city of new-orleans was begun.
They looked upon all the wealth and comforts of new-orleans as already their own.
Natchez is one hundred and fifty-five miles from new-orleans by land, and two hundred and ninety-two by water.
Sunday is the busiest day of the week to the stranger in new-orleans.
An accident brought them to new-orleans, with no intention of remaining; and their usefulness was felt and encouraged.
The remembrance or tradition of that day will always be fresh in new-orleans.
She would boast of what she had done in new-orleans, and of the excellent discipline of her father's slaves.
The new-orleans mob met the carriage returning from the lake.
founded 1718 as Nouvelle Orléans, in honor of French regent Philippe, duc d’Orléans (1674-1723); anglicized after purchase by the U.S. in 1803.
Port city in southeastern Louisiana.
Note: Dominated by Creole culture, which stemmed from the French settlers of the southern United States.
Note: Jazz originated in the late nineteenth century among black musicians of New Orleans.
Note: Mardi Gras is celebrated there each year.
Note: In the Battle of New Orleans (1815), Andrew Jackson, not having yet received word that the Treaty of Ghent had ended the War of 1812, repulsed the British assault on the city.