- This week in Louisiana history. June 6, 1814. Pierre Lafitte arrested and accused of piracy by order of WCC Clairborne.
- This week in New Orleans history. By ordinance of June 3,
1844 the City Council reorganized the police of the
municipality into a Night Watch and a Day Police. The former
was composed of a captain, a lieutenant, a sub-lieutenant, two
sergeants, and twenty-five men, divided among a main post, a
post in Faubourg Washington, and one on the Bayou Road. The
captain served at the main post and was responsible for
distributing the men, taking care of the weapons, reporting
daily to the Recorder (with a copy to the Mayor), and
appearing at the Recorder's Court with the prisoners
apprehended by the Watch. He was to keep a register of Watch
officers and men and a journal of all police activities. All
Watch members had to give proof of their citizenship and be
able to read and write as well as speak English and French
- This week in Louisiana.
St Tammany Photographic Society Meeting (User Submitted)
Monday, June 5
All Day Event
St. Tammany Art Association
320 N. Columbia St.
Admission: Yearly dues after the first meeting
The St Tammany Photographic Society meet the second Thursday of the each month. The club meets at the Covington Art Association, in downtown Covington, LA. Meeting start at 7:00PM, if you are interested in attending a meeting or would like to join the club. Please come to one of our meetings.
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