Free Stuff Friday: New Orleans Missing Persons’ Cases – louisianagenealogygirl

Reading through reports of people who went missing in the city of New Orleans between 1906 and 1925 is rather sobering. Most of the “missing” people are actually unidentified bodies. These are people who fell into the river or got hit by a car without any identification on them.

Free Stuff Friday: New Orleans Missing Persons’ Cases

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