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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Louisiana, (search)
ses a place of deposit to United States citizens in New Orleans......1799 On the death of Gayoso the Marquis de Casa-Calvo succeeds as governor, and Don Ramon de Lopez y Angullo as intendant of Louisiana......July 18, 1799 By a secret treaty at St. Ildefonso the King of Spain retrocedes Louisiana to France......Oct. 1, 1800 Treaty at Madrid confirms treaty of St. Ildefonso......March 21, 1801 Right of deposit restored to the people of the United States......1801 Don Juan Manuel de Salcedo arrives as governor of Louisiana and Florida, Morales succeeds Lopez as intendant......June 15, 1801 By proclamation of Morales, citizens of United States are refused deposit in New Orleans, and importation in American bottoms is prohibited......October, 1802 Morales, fearing famine in the province, disregards his regulation and annuls the prohibition......1803 Laussat, the prefect appointed by Napoleon, arrives at New Orleans......March 26, 1803 By treaty at Paris, Napoleo