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We welcome you to explore with us some of the diverse communities of New Orleans and our surrounding parishes as we journey through fascinating histories found within the records of the Clerk of Civil District Court’s Office.

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Women’s History Month

The records of the Clerk of Civil District Court’s Office, which date back to the 1700s, represent the rich history of New Orleans and its diverse communities. Our archives can be used for property, family history, architectural, and landscaping research. In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Clerk’s Office would like to highlight free womenContinue reading “Women’s History Month”

National Native American Heritage Month

The records of the Clerk of Civil District Court’s Office, which date back to the 1700s, represent the rich history of New Orleans and its diverse communities. Our archives can be used for property, family history, architectural, and landscaping research. In celebration of National Native American Heritage Month, the Clerk of Civil District Court’s OfficeContinue reading “National Native American Heritage Month”

Diversity in the Notarial Archives: Jewish and German Communities

The records of the Clerk of Civil District Court’s Office, which date back to the 1700s, represent the rich history of New Orleans and its diverse communities. Our archives can be used for property, family history, architectural, and landscaping research. Alphonse Barnett, Joseph Cohn, and Abel Dreyfous, Notaries This post will showcase three Orleans ParishContinue reading “Diversity in the Notarial Archives: Jewish and German Communities”

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