The French Quarter neighborhood is one of the oldest and most historic areas of New Orleans. New Orleans was originally founded around the French Quarter in 1718. Although it is known as the “French Quarter,” most of the buildings are actually influenced by the colonial Spanish, as they were built under Spanish rule. …Details
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Antoine’s This exquisite restaurant is located in the French Quarter and dress attire is required. It features both French and Creole cuisine with an average price range of $12 to $18 dollars per plate. Antoine’s is open daily for dinners and Sunday Brunch. Since 1840, has set the standard for culinary cuisine and is…Details
This is an artifact of the New Orleans tourism industry. A free map of unknown origin found on the sidewalk with several areas highlighted, then streets highlighted providing routes to the desirable, interesting parts of the City. A map is a graphic representation or scale model of spatial concepts. It is a means for conveying…Details
By Nora Goddard Fraught with problems both real and perceived, public housing is in many ways the last vestige of the WPA era, and may not exist for long. Louisiana legislature passed the Housing Authority Act in 1936, creating HANO (Housing Authority of New Orleans). The Federal Housing Act of 1937 provided for subsidies to…Details