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Sacramental records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans

Earl C. Woods, editor ; Charles E. Nolan, associate editor
[New Orleans, Louisiana : Archdiocese of New Orleans, c1987-c2004


Rev. J. Edgar Bruns provided English summaries for vols. 2-12, 14-15, 17.

Vol 9, v. 13-18: Dorenda Dupont, Associate Editor.

Vol. 17 printed by Sheridan Books, Chelsea, Michigan.

Arranged alphabetically.

The Catholic Diocese of New Orleans (known initially as the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas) was established April 25, 1793. The original diocese extended from the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico, from Spanish Texas to the Mississippi River and southern tip of Florida. The present Archdiocese of New Orleans includes only the Louisiana parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, St. Charles, St. John the Baptist, Washington, and St. Tammany.

Contents: vol. 1. 1718-1750 -- v. 2. 1751-1771 -- v. 3. 1772-1783 -- v. 4. 1784-1790 -- v. 5. 1791-1795 -- v. 6. 1796-1799 -- v. 7. 1800-1803 -- v. 8. 1804-1806 -- v. 9. 1807-1809 -- v. 10. 1810-1812 -- v. 11. 1813-1815 -- v. 12. 1816-1817 -- v. 13. 1818-1819 -- v. 14. 1820-1821 -- v. 15. 1822-1823 -- v. 16. 1824-1825 -- v. 17. 1826-1827 -- v. 18. 1828-1829 -- v. 19. 1830-1831.



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