Greenwald and Rothman on New Orleans and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States | NOLA.com

Erin Greenwald (Historic New Orleans Collection) and Joshua Rothman (University of Alabama) on commemorating New Orleans role in the domestic slave trade: Other cities that were centers of the slave trade have begun to acknowledge and come to terms with their past. Natchez, Miss., the second busiest domestic slave-trade hub, has a memorial and a … Continue reading Greenwald and Rothman on New Orleans and the Domestic Slave Trade in the United States | NOLA.com

BOOK/SOURCE: HNOC Publishes Caillot’s 1729 Memoir

Marc-Antoine Caillot, A Company Man: The Remarkable French-Atlantic Voyage of a Clerk for the Company of the Indies. Edited by Erin M. Greenwald. 1st ed. The Historic New Orleans Collection, 2013. via the Historic New Orleans Collection: Recently rediscovered and never before published, Marc-Antoine Caillot’s buoyant memoir recounts a young man’s voyage from Paris to … Continue reading BOOK/SOURCE: HNOC Publishes Caillot’s 1729 Memoir