Slaves were too valuable to risk in digging canals. This immigrant group was hired to risk their lives doing this dangerous, dirty job.
Having a good time in the 19th century meant....
Baroness Micaela Almonaster ___ was an important philanthropist in New Orleans despite a tragic marriage that ended when her father-in-law shot her through the hands and chest before killing himself.
The place in New Orleans where slaves were allowed to play traditional African music and dance.
A short-lived nation, it existed for a matter of weeks in 1810 before being annexed by the United States. The capital was St. Francisville. It was the Republic of ____ _____.
The crop that was "king" in northern Louisiana.
A descendent of slaves, he invented a method of refining sugar that greatly increased the demand for slaves.
What fraction of New Orleans' population was enslaved during the Antebellum Era?
The importation of these was banned in 1808.
Along with robbing ships, they smuggled slaves.
A large "industrial" farm.
Control of this river was the British objective in Louisiana in the War of 1812.
A privateer and smuggler, he was pardoned for aiding the Americans in the Battle of New Orleans. The British tried, but failed, to recruit him.
He led the rebellion that established the Republic of West Florida.
The flag of the Republic of West Florida could be described as a blue field with a single....
The main crop of southern Louisiana.
He invented the cotton gin.
Territory of Orleans
The name of the area that today includes New Orleans before statehood.
Some free people of color owned...
By 1860, almost half the population of New Orleans consisted of...
The largest group of immigrants in Antebellum New Orleans.
The first American governor of Louisiana.
He secretly spied for the Spanish as an American general and administrator in Louisiana.
A Louisiana term for a person with one black grandparent and three white grandparents.
An antebellum term for someone of mixed half European and half African ancestry.
Lousiana produced this fraction of the cotton in the Antebelum United States.
Louisiana produced almost all of this commodity in the United States during the Antebellum Era.
His election as President of the United States prompted Louisiana and other southern states to secede from the Union.
He left the U.S. Senate with a fiery speech just before the Civil War. He was the first Jewish person the serve in the U.S. Senate. He represented Louisiana.
The Natchitoches area family descended from a French soldier and his freed slave, Marie-Therese Coincoin.
A Jewish immigrant to New Orleans, he founded a hospital as a philathropist.
An important classical composer from New Orleans.
A slave revolt ended with a mass execution of the slaves in 1811 at this plantation.
A plantation owner from Pointe Coupee, he guided the formation of Louisiana's first constitution. His work helped gain Louisiana's admission to the Union.
Only a third could vote in 1812 in Louisiana because of property requirements.
He commanded American forces in the Battle of New Orleans in (or just after) the War of 1812.
The "Pirate Kingdom" in Louisiana.
The plantation that was the site of the Battle of New Orleans.
The spiralled groove in the barrel of this gun gave it better range.
He invented a process to refine sugar around 1795. He had served in the royal guard for Louis XV. He was the first mayor of New Orleans. He is credited as the founder of the sugar cane industry in Louisiana, though he was not the first to plant it in Louisiana.
Originally referred to white French people born in a colony; later came to refer to those of mixed black and white French ancestry.
After New York, it was the leading port in the United States before the Civil War.
A potent threat against a slave was to be "sold down the river." Where did this mean the slave would be sold?
Slavery is rooted in...
Lincoln's ___ was burned throughout Louisiana.