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Though the French Quarter of New Orleans is comprised of a mere twelve square blocks, it is chock full of history! Every alleyway, restaurant, bar, and building has a story to tell about what came before.
This engrossing guidebook by Andy Peter Antippas takes you on a journey through the past, one street at a time. Learn where the 1896 Supreme Court case upholding the “separate but equal” justification for racial segregation was held. Walk by the former residence of young presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. And discover the origins of the official cocktail of New Orleans, the Sazerac, at the former site of Antoine Amedee Peychaud’s apothecary.
Whether you use it as a road map for your next trip to New Orleans, or you wish to do some armchair traveling, Antippas’ guide will greatly enrich your next stroll through the French Quarter, whenever that may be.