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  1. ^ a b New Orleans: The Birthplace of Jazz (primarily excerpted from Jazz: A History of America's Music). PBS – JAZZ A Film By Ken Burns. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  2. ^ America Savors Its Music During Jazz Appreciation Month. U.S. Dept. of State – USINFO. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  3. ^ Institute of New Orleans History and Culture at Gwynedd-Mercy College

  4. ^ Behind the Scenes: Hurricane on the Bayou

  5. ^ Maps of World: New Orleans

  6. ^ New Orleans: A Choice Between Destruction and Reparations, by David Billings, The Fellowship of Reconciliation, November/December 2005

  7. ^ BringNewOrleansBack.org

  8. ^ Spike Lee offers his take on Hurricane Katrina, by Damian Dovarganes, Associated Press, July 14, 2006

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  10. ^ History of Les Gens De Couleur Libres. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  11. ^ Kusky, Timothy M. (2005-12-29). "Why is New Orleans Sinking?". Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Saint Louis University. Retrieved on 2006-06-17.

  12. ^ O'Hanlon, Larry. "New Orleans Sits Atop Giant Landslide", Discovery Channel, 2006-03-31. Retrieved on 2006-06-17.

  13. ^ Marshall, Bob. "17th Street Canal levee was doomed", Times-Picayune, 2005-11-30. Retrieved on 2006-03-12.

  14. ^ Mayor: Parts of New Orleans to reopen. CNN.com (September 15, 2005). Retrieved on 2006-05-02.

  15. ^ 404 error (Note:Reference no longer appears at original web address). Retrieved on 2006-05-02.

  16. ^ Profile of the People and Land of the United States. nationalatlas.gov. Retrieved on 2006-05-16.

  17. ^ Monthly Averages for New Orleans, LA. Retrieved on 2006-08-06.

  18. ^ The Weather Channel's Special Report: Vulnerable Cities - New Orleans, LA. Retrieved on 2006-10-26.

  19. ^ Gibson, Campbell (June 1998). Population Of The 100 Largest Cities And Other Urban Places In The United States: 1790 To 1990. Population Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census. Retrieved on 2006-05-02.

  20. ^ American Factfinder. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on 2006-05-02.

  21. ^ Logan, John R. (January 2006). Katrina's Impact. Brown University. Retrieved on 2006-05-02.

  22. ^ New Orleans (Archdiocese) [Catholic-Hierarchy]. Retrieved on 2007-01-04.

  23. ^ New Orleans, "now under the flag of the United States, is still very much a Caribbean city...." The Pearl of the Antilles and the Crescent City: Historic Maps of the Caribbean in the Latin American Library Map Collections. Latin American Library, Tulane University. Retrieved on 2007-01-04.

  24. ^ New Orleans is described as "a Caribbean city, an exuberant, semi-tropical city, perhaps the most hedonistic city in the United States." R.W. Apple, Jr.. Apple's America (quoted on ePodunk.com). Retrieved on 2007-01-04.

  25. ^ New Orleans "is often called the northernmost Caribbean city." Kemp, John R.. "When the painter met the Creoles", Boston Globe, 1997-11-30, p. G3. Retrieved on 2007-01-04.

  26. ^ "New Orleans murder rate on the rise again", MSNBC, 2005-08-18. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  27. ^ FBI: Crime in the United States, 2002

  28. ^ Adam NossiterAs Life Returns to New Orleans, So Does Crime The New York Times, March 30, 2006

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  30. ^ Bankston III, Carl L. (2002). A Troubled Dream: The Promise and Failure of School Desegregation in Louisiana. Vanderbilt University.

  31. ^ Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  32. ^ Law Library of Louisiana. Louisiana Supreme Court. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  33. ^ Earl K. Long Library. University of New Orleans. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  34. ^ NOPL Branches. Hubbell Library. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  35. ^ Louisiana Division, City Archives and Special Collections. New Orleans Public Library. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  36. ^ Williams Research Center. Historic New Orleans Collection. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  37. ^ Old US Mint. Louisiana State Museum. Retrieved on 2006-05-17.

  38. ^ Gambit Weekly

  39. ^ Sister Cities designated by Sister Cities International, Inc. (SCI). Retrieved June 8, 2006.


 

 
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