CLINTON La. (1848) black; selling
Covers for Sale
Terms of Sale
Introduction to Stampless Covers
NEW ORLEANS La. (1844) blue
BAYOU.GOULA. (1841) black double
oval; long letter: settling the will of
Mississippi River flatboat captain. "They
have a negro or two in common which were
sold and proceeds divided".
ALEXANDRIA La. (1851) black; 10;
ordering fish flour, rice, leaves of sugar,
mackrel and barrels of pork. Poor corn and
cotton crops, dry weather.
Cotile La. (1850) no content
NEW ORLEANS (1809) Territorial; black;
ornaments above and below date; collection
FRANKLIN La. (1847) red; 10; bill of
lading for the schooner "Florence"
Dutch Settlement La. (1840) no content
OPELOUSAS La. (1837) black; FREE;
Free frank of RICE GARLAND U.S.
Representative from Louisiana; land
claims from France and Spain sent back to
NEW ORLEANS LA (1854) red;
5(black); printed notary notice