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... were woman of colour (black, indian etc) who entered into common law marriages with wealthy men (most tended to be married to white women already). These marriages were not legally recognised. They held these quadroon balls and this was where mothers introduced their daughters to prospective suitors. Typical terms would include financial payment to the parent and housing arrangements for the placage and most would recognise any offspring produced from the union. This is why ...
Well, we actually began our trip on the 25th. We got a rental car, packed everything up from Terri's and my dad's, and left Houston at a little before midnight, only 5 hours behind schedule. We stayed at a pretty nice Renaissance Hotel in Baton Rouge. We were only there for about 6-7 hours. I managed to shut my finger in a metal gate(with a little help from Terri) and it was quite messy. So we bandaged me up, got ...
... tash" as the locals pronounce it, is one of the first settlements in Louisiana, with connections to slavery, plantations, civil war battles, and to Quebec, as St.Denis, it's first governor,maws born in Quebec. The town is beautifully preserved and renovated with a Main Street along a bucolic little river. Most of the 2 and 3 story buildings have wrought ironwork balconies and other flourishes typical of Louisiana. The shops and restaurants were all tastefully tourist ...
... were running short on time to get back to change before the Mardi Gras kickoff parade so we hopped onto a rickshaw. The man was a personal trainer and really nice. We changed quickly and headed out for another unforgettable evening…well some thing’s the camera had to remind us of.
The parade started at 6:30 and was soo cool, it was a very satirical parade..Dick Dynasty was one of my favorites…it has lots of ...
... cities of the dead" and running all the way down to the Mississippi River. In it's hay-day, Canal St was THE place to stay and shop, with women getting dressed in their finest elbow length white gloves and making a day of it. While it doesn't boast the same extravagance as in the past, it was still a sight to behold.
Taking a quick turn by the Mercedes Benz Superdome (basically a giant spaceship landed in New Orleans) it was on to the ...
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