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New Orleans Yesterday and Today: A Guide to the City

by Charles L. Dufour

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807127434, Paperback)

A longstanding favorite guide to the most seductive of American cities, NEW ORLEANS YESTERDAY AND TODAY tells of the Crescent City's rich history, its strong traditions and carefully preserved beauty, and its well-earned reputation for excess, folly, good food, and elegant society. This third edition by Walter G. Cowan and O.K. LeBlanc provides valuable information on recent additions to the New Orleans scene, including casino gambling, the Aquarium of the Americas, the D-Day Museum, and countless new restaurants and music houses.

In twenty-six topical chapters, the authors--all longtime chroniclers of the city's life--explore every corner of New Orleans' storied past. A useful reference as well as a charming history, this is the acme guidebook for intimates of New Orleans and first-time visitors.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:03 -0400)

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