Below is a sneak peek of this content!

St. Patrick Church 1845 is an engraving of the first "Irish" parish church in New Orleans. St. Patrick Church 1845 From Norman's New Orleans and Environs, this engraving of St. Patrick Church 1845 shows the church at 724 Camp Street five years after its completion. Bishop Leo-Raymond de Neckere approved the creation of the parish in 1833. The Faubourg Ste. Marie neighborhood raised funds to build a proper church almost immediately. St. Patrick Church 1845 rivaled St. Louis Cathedral. Norman's Guide NORMAN'S NEW ORLEANS AND ENVIRONS: CONTAINING A BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE TERRITORY AND STATE OF LOUISIANA, AND THE...
Become a Patron! Support Edward's projects via Patreon
To view this content, you must be a member of Edward's Patreon at $1 or more
Unlock with Patreon
Already a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content.