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Randy was honored with the 2018 New Orleans


Cultural Preservation Award


Many thanks to everyone who made it possible!


Did you know that Edgar Degas has history in New Orleans?  He was here in 1872 - 1873 and while he was here he discovered "a more spontaneous, better art."  The art he discovered became known as Impressionism. 

The house where he stayed is a museum and Randy is proudly serving as a tour guide.  Come step into the world of Edgar Degas and learn how New Orleans created an impressionist artist.


(Randy's schedule varies - contact them before you book to find out when Randy will be there.)




                    Randy's passion is to present in depth explanations


of Creole history, architecture,  culture, cuisine and folklore.


Click on Randy's Tour Schedule to book a tour


with Randy and come experience the difference between a


historian and tour guide.


 

On the blog:


THE LALAURIE STORY


AS TOLD IN 1947


The Lalaurie Mansion as the 

Warrington House is mentioned

in the 1947 article.



Marie Laveau's 1881 Obituary

 



 

Questions about


Hurricane Katrina?


Read


UNDERSTANDING KATRINA

 


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BLOG


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NEW!


Steamboat Facts & Fiction


Meet  LIZETTE, THE GUMBO LADY


In 1881 a newspaper reporter


 writing under the name Fabiola


wrote her Afro-Creole cook's


exact method for making gumbo.


Chatty, folksy and very easy 


to understand Lizette tells us


step-by-step how to make three 


authentic 19th Century


Creole Gumbos.