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A look at the architecture, courtyards and patios, ironwork, and cemeteries of New Orleans.
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Always under the threat of floods, hurricanes, and disease, the original settlers of the city of New Orleans faced many hardships just to survive in a place many considered uninhabitable. Now, three hundred years later, their undertaking along the Mississippi River has actually developed into what authors Paul and Lee Malone described as “a city of captivating contrasts.”
Captured in full color, the highlights and secret beauty of the Crescent City shine in The Majesty of New Orleans. The book’s combination of history and photography introduces readers to New Orleans at its best. From the Napoleon House of the French Quarter to the Marks Isaacs Mansion in Uptown to the outlying cemeteries, the Malones take you on a tour of the finest architecture, ironwork, patios, and courtyards of New Orleans.About the Author:
The late Lee Malone was a native New Orleanian whose love for the plantation homes of Louisiana led her to devote untold hours preparing this book.
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Book Description Pelican Publishing, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1565543777
Book Description Pelican Publishing, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1565543777