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City of New Orleans __ Official city government website with hurricane recovery information, general information, city departments, events and more. - illustrated - From City of New Orleans -

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport __ General overview of facilities and flight information, including post-hurricane FAQ. - illustrated - From - 

Map of New Orleans __ You will find interactive maps of New Orleans, Louisiana. - illustrated - From - 



New Orleans.Com - Where the World comes for Information on New Orleans...__ "New Orleans complete visitor and local information guide for hotel reservations & information, French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, & JazzFest " Plus a lot more. - illustrated - From - 
New Orleans History __ "New Orleans was founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company as la Nouvelle-Orléans, under the direction of Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville. The site was selected because of its relatively high elevation along the flood-prone banks of the Lower Mississippi River and its location adjacent to a Native American trading route and portage between the river and Lake Pontchartrain." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -,_Louisiana#History 



New Orleans, Louisiana __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. "The city's several nicknames are illustrative. "Crescent City" alludes to the course of the Mississippi River around and through the city; "The Big Easy" was possibly a reference by musicians in the early 1900's to the relative ease of finding work there, but most New Orleanians attribute the term to the city being more carefree and slowed down than cities like New York (the Big Apple); and "The City that Care Forgot" refers to the outwardly easy-going, carefree nature of many of the residents." - illustrated - From wikipedia -,_Louisiana 


New Orleans, Louisiana (LA) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hotels, hospitals, schools, crime __ You will find everything in the title plus a lot more. Gallery and map. - illustrated - From - 



New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau __ "Includes info on mardi gras, french quarter, New Orleans hotels, New Orleans events, New Orleans restaurants, New Orleans food, New Orleans music, New Orleans convention center and more." - illustrated - From -
New Orleans News __ Online news source for New Orleans. - From - 

NOPS - New Orleans Public Schools __ "Public schools in New Orleans are open! Like every resident and institution in New Orleans, we’ve faced an unprecedented crisis, and we’re continuing to deal with the very difficult challenges that face us. But schools are open and thousands of children are back in classrooms." An overview of the school system. - From nops - 


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