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SINCLAIR, Harold. The Port of New Orleans : The story of one of America's most enchanting cities - a great seaport and gateway to the vast Mississippiriver valley . Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1942. First American Printing. Pp. [i]-xiii,(3),1-335,(1), frontis., + 7 p. of plates. Illustrated. Illustrated endpapers. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering and tooling to spine. A volume in The Seaport Series. Contents: 1. Empire and the French; 2. Louisiana Becomes a Business; 3. The Western Company also Fails; 4. Pomp in the Wilderness; 5. Comic Opera in Spanish; 6. New Orleans and Another Revolution; 7. Spanish Interlude; 8. Enter the Americans; 9. Growing Pains; 10. New Orleans and General Jackson; 11. Flatboats, Packets, andProsperity; 12. The Place and the People; 13. The End of an Era; 14. Befor e the Storm; 15. The Mighty Is Fallen; 16. New Orleans vs. General Butler; 17. The War and After; 18. Slack-Water Times; 19. A Seaport Grown Up; 20. And So, New Orleans. Name to half-title, else vg in rubbed, worn, lightly soiled, spine-faded, chipped, corner-clipped (but not price-clipped), brightly-illustrated yellow dj. 40.00
Title: Port of New Orleans : The story of one of America's most enchanting cities - a great seaport and gateway to the vast Mississippi river valley. in dj.
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran, Garden City, NY, 1942,:
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