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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Louisiana, (search)
1816 James Villere 1816 to 1820 Thomas B. Robertson1820 1824 H. S. Thibodeaux1824 Henry Johnson1824 to 1828 Pierre Derbigny1828 to 1829 A. Beauvwis 1829 to 1830 Jacques Dupre1830 to 1831 Andre B. Roman1831 to 1834 Edward D. White1834 to 1838 Andre B. Roman1838 to 1841 Alexander Mouton1841 to 1845 Isaac Johnson1845 to 1850 Joseph Walker1850 to 1854 Paul O. Hebert1854 to 1858 Robert C. Wickliffe1858 to 1860 Thomas O. Moore1860 to 1863 Michael Hahn1864 Henry F. Allen1864 James M. Wells1864 to 1867 B. F. Flanders1867 to 1868 Henry C. Warmouth1868 to 1872 William Pitt Kellogg1872 to 1877 John McEnery1872 to 1877 Francis T. Nicholls1877 to 1880 Louis Alfred Wiltz 1880 to 1881 Samuel D. McEnery1881 to 1888 Francis T. Nicholls1888 to 1892 Murphy J. Foster 1892 to 1900 William W. Heard1900 to — United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress. Term. Thomas Posey 12th 1812 James Brown12th to 14th 1813 to 1817 Allan B. Magruder12th 1812 Eligins Fromentin13th to
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Louisiana, (search)
ll unexpired term......Dec. 31, 1892 Gen. P. G. T. Beaurgeard dies at New Orleans, aged seventy-five years......Feb. 20, 1893 Destructive cyclone along the Gulf of Mexico; over 2,000 lives lost......Oct. 2, 1893 United States Senator Edward D. White appointed associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States......Feb. 19, 1894 Newton C. Blanchard, member of Congress, appointed Senator by Governor Foster to fill the unexpired term of White......March 7, 1894 Ex-Gov. J. Madison Wells dies at Lecompte, La......Feb. 28, 1899 Five Italians lynched at Tallulah, La., for murder of Dr. J. F. Hodge......July 20, 1899 Constitutional amendment authorizing $75,000 annually for Confederate pensions adopted......November, 1900 Constitutional amendment enabling New Orleans to issue bonds for water, sewerage, and drainage adopted......November, 1900 St. Charles College at Grand Coteau destroyed by fire......Feb. 17, 1900 Conflict between police and negroes in N