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Lemmon, Alfred E.


Spanish New Orleans and the Caribbean / La Nueva Orleans y la Caribe españoles
Alfred E. Lemmon

New Orleans thrived under Spanish rule (1762–1803), linked through trade and empire to the nerve centers of the circum-Caribbean. This book explores the far-reaching ways in which the Spanish influence is evident in the city to this day, in architecture, agriculture, science, and the arts. The... More


French Baroque Music of New Orleans
Spiritual Songs from the Ursuline Convent (1736) Edited by Alfred E. Lemmon

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Charting Louisiana
Five Hundred Years of Maps Edited by Alfred E. Lemmon, John T. Magill, and Jason R. Wiese

New Orleans thrived under Spanish rule (1762–1803), linked through trade and empire to the nerve centers of the circum-Caribbean. Curator Alfred E. Lemmon’s introduction in this bilingual volume explores the far-reaching ways in which the Spanish influence is evident in the city to this day, in... More