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Plan showing the boundaries of the great conflagration of New Orleans on the 21st of March 1788

An illustrated map showing the boundaries of the great conflagration of New Orleans on the 21st of March 1788. Settled parts of the town are illustrated with darker shading. This map also indicates where fire started and which buildings escaped the fire.

Plan showing the boundaries of the great conflagration of New Orleans on the 21st of March 1788

Courtesy of Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division

Plan showing the boundaries of the great conflagration of New Orleans on the 21st of March 1788. Unidentified

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Courtesy of Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division
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