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Sketches of character in New Orleans (detail); July 1, 1871; illustration by Alfred R. Waud; The Historic New Orleans Collection, gift of Harold Schilke and Boyd Cruise, 1953.87
Special tour: Celebrating 300 years of Diverse Communities
533 Royal Street

Wednesday, September 18– Saturday, September 21, 2019 | 2 p.m.

For three centuries, the stories of immigrants have been woven into the fabric of the city known, to its native inhabitants, as Bulbancha. As part of Welcoming Week, The Historic New Orleans Collection is offering a look at the history of immigration in the Crescent City and the ways in which immigrants have shaped the identity of New Orleans. The tour lasts about one hour and will take place in the Louisiana History Galleries at THNOC’s 533 Royal Street campus.

Admission is free. THNOC members should log into their accounts before adding tickets to their carts. If you are having difficulty, call (504) 598-7145 or email tours@hnoc.org.


Above: Sketches of character in New Orleans (detail); July 1, 1871; illustration by Alfred R. Waud; The Historic New Orleans Collection, gift of Harold Schilke and Boyd Cruise, 1953.87

Event details

Date

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Title

Celebrating 300 years of Diverse Communities

2 p.m.

Tickets for this date are not yet available. Tour tickets may be purchased up to 90 days in advance.