DeLesseps “Chep” Morrison was best known for his opposition to the powerful Long family in Louisiana. Read »
Alexandre Mouton, the first Democratic governor of Louisiana, served from 1843 to 1846. Read »
The muffuletta—a mammoth sandwich of round sesame bread layered with Genoa salami, ham, mortadella, cheese and olive salad—is one of New Orleans’s signature dishes. Read »
Mugnier, George Francois
The images shot by New Orleans photographer George Mugnier illustrate the life and times of Louisiana as the state entered the twentieth century. Read »
Mulberry Grove Plantation
Before its restoration in the 1950s, the Mulberry Grove Plantation house was being used as a hay barn. Read »
Murphy, Owen F., Jr.
Owen F. Murphy, Jr. established his standing as one of New Orleans' most respected documentary photographer with his portrayal of Louisiana Creole culture. Read »
Michael “Mystikal” Tyler is one of the best-known rappers from New Orleans. While his early recordings featured agile, rapid-fire vocal performances, his work in the 1990s moved closer to the conventions of the local bounce style, a dance-oriented genre. Read »
Rebennack, Malcolm John, Jr.
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The Myrtles Plantation
The Myrtles Plantation is said to be haunted and is the subject of a variety of Louisiana legends. Read »