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%PDF-1.4 %���� trailer <<18FDDFC2F54740D9BE1E5A2826EBEDF1>]/Prev 957689/XRefStm 1145>> startxref 0 %%EOF 223 0 obj <>stream Under economic duress from her social ventures, Jeanne Marie sold the house to the Ursuline Sisters in 1836. Perhaps best known as the oldest neighborhood of “Free People of Color” in the United States, Treme was the only place where people of color owned property before the Civil War. Information about our cottages can also be found in New Orleans Architecture Volume VI: Faubourg Treme & The Bayou Road (Pelican, 1980) by Roulhac Toledano and Mary Louise Christovich. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to both the New Orleans Notarial Archives, which holds more than three centuries and some 40,000,000 pages of signed acts compiled by New Orleans notaries, and the Williams Research Center of the Historic New Orleans Collection. 0000006049 00000 n s��\A�0W�+��ʆ���;0g"�����Q�'`>����������������nn�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�~�*k�\��*�U���Wٯ�_��3W���sP�A1�s0��0�����o�7���������o�7���������o�_!�X,��ʓ�2��\�>��>v�S���s���qL�t~4��;�����c��V��` �0

Claude Tremé, a hat maker from Burgundy who emigrated from France in 1783, married Julie Moreau and acquired title to the plantation. Pierre Le Moyne Iberville discovers the Mississippi River from the open sea. This school had been started in 1823 by Martha Fortier, a onetime postulant of the Hospital Nuns. In 1798, Treme saw opportunity in New Orleans’ growing population and began subdividing the plantation into lots. In 1821, Jean Louis Dolliole built three cottages, then sold the three-bay Creole cottage at 1127 rue St. Philip to Louis Henry in 1857 for $1,900.00. s��\A�0W�+�� 0000000896 00000 n The property was purchased by the current owners in March 2011, and extensive renovations followed. Claude Treme bought the land in 1792. After Morand’s death, his widow Renee de la Chaise married Alexandre Latil, a neighboring plantation owner. The New Orleans Jazz Quarters Creole Hotel is located in Faubourg Treme, steps away from the French Quarter, revitalized Louis Armstrong Park, and historic Congo Square. Claude Tremé, a Frenchman, married Julie Moreau and took title to the property. 0000008456 00000 n So, shortly after this transaction, the city built the Carondelet Canal, which connected the French Quarter with Lake Pontchartrain by water, via Bayou St. John. 0000003170 00000 n The Oldest Non White Catholic Parish in the United States. The house at 1127 St. Philip (now the Armstrong Cottage) changed ownership at least 15 times in the past 150 years. The property is opened for lodging for the first time as the Garlands Guest House. We call our property a “Creole Hotel” because it combines the unique architecture of Creole cottages with the amenities of a hotel and the charm and scale of an intimate New Orleans neighborhood. King Louis XIV gives Compagnie des Indes monopoly control over the economy of “La Louisiane”, New Orleans is founded and named for Philippe II, Duc d’Orleans, New Orleans becomes the capitol of Louisiana. Morand dies; his wife Rene de la Chaise, remarries another plantation owner, Alexandre Latil. 0000010138 00000 n Claude Treme, a Frenchman, married Julie Moreau, thus taking title to the property. Claude Tremé, a hat maker from Burgundy who emigrated from France in 1783, married Julie Moreau and acquired title to the plantation. Morand’s plantation was located near today’s Governor Nicholls Street, adjacent to what is now Saint Augustine Church. The Carmelite Sisters used the Treme home for their mother house until 1926 when they moved out to Robert E. Lee Boulevard in the West End section of New Orleans.

Genealogy profile for Claude Treme Claude Treme (deceased) - Genealogy Genealogy for Claude Treme (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. [�i���l~��Ր�i��q���Н��,]�#]�M��=m�������ı�.��������}��k�&�p�k�9�R _�kt����Ф���xIk����1DW��K��}oCUDZ�.1+�X��=�,v��ո�t�WcV�y�H��,�W�+xE^���-xO�'���Q�/�KpA.���������JV�� LO�F~K,�� owner of 1220-22 and 1224-26 St.Claude Ave.linked the backyards to create a hidden park inside this urban block.The same owner later built a new house across the street at 1225 St.Claude Avenue and modeled it after an 1836 Creole cottage in order to fit in with the …

Jazz Quarters New Orleans was previously the Garlands Guest House, named for the owner who converted the property to a hotel in 1993. 0000004944 00000 n Seeing a chance to make a profit, the husband and wife subdivided the estate and sold off many lots on a first-come-first served basis to free people of color and others pouring in from the Old Quarter jammed with Haitian immigrants fleeing the bloody 1791 revolution in Haiti. Saint Augustine Church on November 21, 1842 and pledged to live in community to work for orphan girls, the uneducated, the poor, the sick and the elderly among the free people of color, thus founding the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family, after the Oblates of Providence founded in Baltimore in 1828, the second oldest African-Americancongregation of religious women. In an unprecedented social, political and religious move, the colored members also bought all the pews on both side aisles. We’ve traced the early history of the neighborhood and property back to 1725, when Chevalier Charles de Morand established the first brickyard in New Orleans near what is now Bayou Road and Governor Nicholls Street. H�\�ݎ�@��y������tu՘G�ċ�ɺ� �K�A����g2�,��!t��J�|{��vr�����qr�k�x��c�)^�. 194 0 obj <> endobj xref 194 30 0000000016 00000 n Born from the immigration that followed the Haitian revolution of the early 1800s and named for French milliner and property owner Claude Treme, … The City of New Orleans acquires remaining land for $40,000 and continues to subdivide into lots. 0000002790 00000 n Claude Treme, a Frenchman, married Julie Moreau, thus taking title to the property. Strained relations between Latil and Morand’s children led to the auction of the plantation, which Morand’s eldest son purchased in 1772.

We know that they are Creole Cottages of the same early 19th Century period. Morand’s eldest son buys the plantation at auction after disputes arise between the Latil and Morand families, Faubourg Treme becomes an official neighborhood in New Orleans. 0000001952 00000 n

Thus, The War of the Pews began and was ultimately won by the free people of color who bought three pews to every one purchased by the whites. Although it was later removed, a 1971 Bruce Brice mural on the masonry wall of the rue St. Claude side of 1127 depicted the exodus of black citizens from the Tremé when the city administration began demolition for a cultural center in the 1960s. It features one bricked and gabled end, a brick facade, and a framed, recessed, open gallery on the north Rampart Street side. 0000005508 00000 n After the Company of the Indies left in 1731, the plantation was sold to the Moreau family, eventually coming into the possession of Julie Moreau, a manumitted slave, in 1775.

Claude Tremé, Moreau’s husband, subdivides the plantation sells lots to gens des couleur libres ( “free people of color”) and colonial settlers. She remained on the plantation until her death in 1794, and the property passed to her granddaughter, Julie Moreau. This mix of the pews resulted in the most integrated congregation in the entire country; one large row of free people of color, one large row of whites with a smattering of ethnics and two outer aisles of slaves. The property passes to Julia Moreau, her granddaughter. 0000007184 00000 n After selling 35 lots the Tremé family left their plantation home in 1810. The canal’s business opportunities attracted commercial and light industrial ventures along its banks. 0000003770 00000 n After purchasing the property, the owners have conducted important historical restoration and renovation projects, including updating amenities in the Mayfield, Trombone Shorty, and White suites, and the addition of the King Oliver and Bolden suites. The entrance is a reversed Greek Key molding. 0000002676 00000 n Another outstanding example of a three-bay Creole cottage, 1125 St. Philip has a brick front, one frame side, and one brick side with fire-extension parapet. Their particular concern for the education and care of colored children aided greatly in the founding, financing, staffing and administration of the city’s early private schools for the colored. The property on which Saint Augustine stands was part of the plantation estate which had been a tilery and brickyard headquarters built in 1720 by the province of New Orleans’ supervisor, the company of the Indies, as an economic stimulus for the province. However, circumstances dictated that the church was named St. Augustine.

0000037273 00000 n After selling 35 lots, Claude and Julie Treme left their plantation home for a more peaceful life in 1810. 0000001481 00000 n Marie Francoise Delfine Treme was born on month day 1798, at birth place, Louisiana, to Claude Treme and Julie Treme (born Moreau). 0000001324 00000 n In 1834, Jeanne Marie Aliquot purchased the Treme’s former home and property from the city of New Orleans and brought in the United States’ first few slaves.



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