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26 Torrey, who came to Connecticut Agricultural College in the fall of 1915 to teach botany, became head of the Department of Botany in 1929 and served

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The New Orleans Cemeteries

the New Orleans Cemeteries

volunteer firemen The entrance to the cemetery is flanked by pylons in the Egyptian Revival Style Many prominent Protestant New Orleanians are buried here Final resting place. If youre interested in tours, or even volunteering, visit. Bellocq is buried e cemetery is open Monday through Saturday from.m. Ferguson, an architect who became one of Jean Lafittes pirates, the citys first African-American mayor, voodoo queen Marie Laveau and many others. On your way into New Orleans from the airport, you'll catch a glimpse of the newer Metairie cemeteries. Known for ornate ironwork and Greek Revival-style tombs. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, contains the remains of 600 soldiers Open Monday through Sunday from 8:30.m. Explorers should take caution though. The plaintiff from the landmark 1896 Plessy. John and is a great place to get photographs of angel statues.

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To 3:30.m., and Sunday from.m. Again, for your own safety, go with a group or with a tour. This is why New Orleans burial plots quickly became known as Cities of the Dead. The bodies of the dead buried in the old cemetery remained, and are occasionally unearthed during renovations on that block. Roch #1, this cemetery has fantastic tile mosaics of saints and several mausoleums. The first mayor of New Orleans also doubled as a wealthy pioneer of the sugar industry. 1, cemetery, save to wishlist. Several Civil War generals, New Orleans mayors, crime And Drugs Louisiana governors, artists, and writers rest in this cemetery, as well as Al Copeland, the founder of Popeyes Fried Chicken and famed musician Louis Prima, whose epitaph is inscribed with the lyrics of one of his most famous.

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