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Officers and Members of the General Committee are Members of the Reception Committee.
INVITATIONS TO COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS OUTSIDE OF NEW ORLEANS.
JUDGE A. A. GUNBY, of Monroe, Chairman.
Ex-Governor N. C. Blanchard.
INVITATION TO MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION.
WM. BEER, Chairman. T. P. Thompson, Prof. M. J. White, Prof. Pierce Butler,
MEMBERS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
CallED, NOVEMBER 4TH, 1811.
JULIEN POYDRAS, President.
Of the County of Pointe Coupee.
Thos. F. OLIVIER,
Of the County of Rapides.
David B. MORGAN,
Of the County of Concordia.
Of the County of Ouachita,
ALLAN B. MAGRUDER,
D. J. SUTTON,
Of the County of Opelousas. Of the County of Iberville.
LOUIS DE BLANC,
W. C. MAQUILLE,
Of the County of Attakapas.
Secretary of the Convention. The Convention was Held in the Tremoulet House, situated at the
Corner of St. Peter and Levee Streets.
CONSTITUTIONS OF LOUISIANA. 1812—Convention Called, November 4, 1811... Adjourned, January 28, 1812 1845– August 5, 1844......
May 14, 1845 1852— July 5, 1852. ........
July 31, 1852 18614 January 23, 1861.. ..
March 26, 1861 1864– April 6, 1864. .......
July 23, 1864 1868 November 23, 1867...
March 9, 1868 1879— April 21, 1879. ......
July 23, 1879 1898– February 8, 1898....
May 12, 1898 By Act of Congress of April 8, 1812, Louisiana was admitted into the Union, to take effect April 30, 1812.
The first Legislature under the Constitution of 1812 assembled June 27, 1812. The first officials of the State of Louisiana were:
Wm. C. C. CLAIBORNE, Governor.
JULIEN POYDRAS, President of the Senate.
J. MONTEGUT, Treasurer,
T. B. ROBERTSON, Representative in Congress.
United States Senators.
GOVERNORS OF LOUISIANA.
FRENCH 1699—Iberville, Founder.
1753-Kerlerec. 1717–De l'Epinay.
1763—D'Abbadie. 1718 Bienville.
1765—Aubry. 1724-Boisbriant, ad interim. 1803–Laussat, Colonial Prefect.
1797—Gayoso de Lemos, 1769—Unzaga.
1799—Casa Calvo. 1776_Galvez.
AMERICAN 1803–Wm. C. C. Claiborne. 1862–George F. Shepley. 1812_Wm. C. C. Claiborne. 1864–Henry W. Allen. 1816-Jacques P. Villere.
1864—Michael Hahn. 1820—Thos. B. Robertson.
1865–J. Madison Wells. 1824–Henry S. Thibodeaux. 1867-Benj. F. Flanders. " 1824-Henry Johnson.
1868—Joshua Baker. 1828Pierre Derbigny.
1868–Henry C. Warmouth. 1829-Armand Beauvais.
1873— John McEnery, de jure. 1930—Jacques Dupre.
1873–W. P. Kellogg, de facto. 1831–Andrew B. Roman.
1877-Francis T. Nicholls. 1835–Edward D. White.
1880—Louis T. Wiltz. 1839—Andrew E. Roman.
1881-Samuel D. McEnery. 1843_Alexander Mouton.
1888—Francis T. Nichols. 1846_ Isaac Johnson.
1892–Murphy J. Foster. 1850—Joseph Walker.
1900—W. W. Heard. 1853— Paul O. Hebert.
1904— Newton C. Blanchard. 1856–Robt. C. Wickliffe.
1908 J. Y. Sanders. 1860—Thos. O. Moore.
1912—L. E. Hall.
CELEBRATION, BY THE LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ADMISSION OF LOUISIANA
INTO THE UNION OF STATES.
NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, APRIL THIRTIETH, 1912.
10:30 A. M.-Carriages with guests, escorted by committee, leave
hotels. 11:00 A. M.—Reception at Mayor's parlor of guests and general
committee; welcome by Mayor and Governor. 12:15 P. M.-Carriages will convey guests, State and city officials
and committee to warships at head of Jackson
avenue, leaving City Hall at 12:15. 1:45 P. M.—Guests, including officers of war vessels and of
ficials, escorted by reception committee, will re-assemble in front of the City Hall, at 1:45 P. M. to
join parade. NOTE—Carriages will be at constant service of guests from 10:30
A. M. Each carriage will be under control of a
committee member. 2 00 P. M.— Military Parade: Governor and staff, Mayor and
members of City Council, guests and committee will join parade at Lafayette Square, at 2:00 p. m., and proceed up St. Charles to Lee Statue, down
Camp to Canal, to Rampart, to Chartres, to Cabildo. 3:00 P. M.—Review of parade from Cabildo and grand stand;
guests, speakers and committee.