Edward Livingston

Edward Livingston was an American jurist and statesman. He was an influential figure in the drafting of the Louisiana Civil Code of 1825, a civil code based largely on the Napoleonic Code. Livingston represented both New York and then Louisiana in Congress and served as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1831 to 1833.
Jacques Villeré
Jacques Philippe Villeré was the second Governor of Louisiana after it became a state. He was the first Creole and the first native of Louisiana to hold that office
Zabdiel Sampson
Zabdiel Sampson was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
Joshua Baker
Joshua Gabriel Baker was the 22nd Governor of Louisiana during Reconstruction
Gideon Granger
Gideon Granger was an early American politician and lawyer. He was the father of fellow Postmaster General and U.S. Representative Francis Granger
Benjamin Williams Crowninshield
Benjamin Williams Crowninshield served as the United States Secretary of the Navy between 1815 and 1818, during the administrations of Presidents James Madison and James Monroe
Jonathan Ingersoll
Jonathan Ingersoll was a Connecticut politician of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
John Canfield Spencer
John Canfield Spencer was an American lawyer, politician, judge and United States Cabinet secretary in the administration of President John Tyler
Faubourg Marigny Mardi Gras costumes
The Faubourg Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana is one of the most active on Mardi Gras Day, with many elaborate costumers strolling the streets. This part of town is relatively little visited by tourists compared to other areas with active
Joseph Grinnell (politician)
Joseph Grinnell was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts and friend of Abraham Lincoln, and the brother of Moses Hicks Grinnell
Inzer (surname)
Inzer is a surname. People with that surname include:Drew Inzer, American football offensive lineman James C. Inzer (1887–1967), 16th Lieutenant Governor of Alabama William H. Inzer (1906–1978), Justice of the Supreme Court of