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Explore U.S. History At The Cabildo

July 25th, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

The Cabildo on Jackson Square in New Orleans French QuarterThe Cabildo, in New Orleans’ French Quarter, is one of the most historically significant buildings in the country. It was the seat of government in New Orleans during the Spanish colonial period, the Louisiana Purchase was signed here, and the Louisiana Supreme Court called it home for almost 50 years.

New Orleans simply oozes with history. It’s one of the 20 oldest cities in the United States, after all. You can hardly walk the streets of the Big Easy without running across something of historical interest. If that’s why you’re visiting the city in the first place, you could do a lot worse than starting at The Cabildo on Jackson Square in the French Quarter.

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Visit New Orleans’ Mardi Gras Museums

January 22nd, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

So you’re in New Orleans for Mardi Gras and now you’re curious about the festival’s history – well, you’re in the right place: New Orleans has not just one but three Mardi Gras museums!

You have to realize that Mardi Gras has been celebrated in New Orleans since the early 1700’s. Though Spanish rule repressed the holiday here in the mid 1700’s and Mardi Gras parades did not appear in New Orleans until 1857, we’re still looking at over 200 years of Mardi Gras balls and festivities in New Orleans!

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