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Reynard Mill and Lumber closed
Hurricane of 1893
Healing Waters construction finished
St. Malo (Blanchett Graves) construction begins, Ordonnateur d'Abbadie gets arrested
Jesuits get dispelled from New Orleans, Ordonnateur d'Abbadie becomes governor
St. Malo construction is finished
St. Malo is destroyed by hurricanes
Hurricane of 1838, Jacques Blanchett funds burial of St.Malo corpses --> Blanchett Graves
Legend of whale carcass at Port Reeker
Mississippi gets cleared, Port Reeker gets purchased by Henrik Graf
Panic of 1893, Graf becomes insane
William Roche dies and his stepson Peter Roche (Young Roche) takes over the farm.
the Slaughterhouse gets burned down
"the Slaughter House Cases"
slaughter business becomes monopoly
Devastation of 1878 (yellow fever outbreak)
Poltergeist case of 86'
Grover Cleaveland is US President; US population around 62-68 million
Snow in New Orleans; car service suspended
Frederick Douglas of Heart Attack dies in Washington
Mildred Benjamin takes over "The Epitaph"
Swedish ship "Sigyn" intercepted because of smuggeling of illegal weapons into New York.
473 deaths reported in Lodon from respiratory diseases
New Orleans papers reports on rabies outbreak
Hennen building completed
rabies vaccination developed
Louisiana man convicted of carrying a concealed weapon; 60 day sentence
Charly "Buddy" Bolden forms band; birth year of jazz
"Manual of Mother Church" published; "Heal the sick raise the dead"
James "Soup" Perkins (15 y/o) wins 21st Kentucky Derby
"The Time Machine" by H.G.Wells published in London
Oscar Wilde convicted for indecency and imprisoned in London
Pound of beef costs 6 cents, drink at saloon 25 cents
Patient escapes from asylum; no stranger to violence
Chalk diagrams around New Orleans; triangles, letters, numbers, circles; rumors say cult messages
Massacre at Lousiana Asylum at Jackson; 14 patients killed; doctor found dead several days later; no arrest or cause; no newspaper mentions; Huff continues to be superinendent
Two predictions that the world would end that year; Revernd Robert Reid of Erie
First signs of vision impairment
Powerout, Researcher has "Proof", alleged problems with monitor
Researcher doesn't feel well, his doctor ordered rest
Storming here Storming there, Tempestatem veniat
Suspicious 911 call
Battle of 1812
New Orleans and Fort Carmick fall to the Union
Fort Carmick becomes decommissioned
Researcher destroys "the machine" (most likely his computer)
Reynard Mill and Lumber finished
Gird becomes mad and sealed himself away (late 1870s)
Sightings of unusual lightning outside of New Orleans
Dockworker riot in New Orleans; conflict between black and white dock workers
transport block between Davant and Port Sulpher, Yellow fever kills several hundred in New Orleans, N.O. waterworks cannot filter "red river" water, Florida customs office seizes illegal weapons from ship
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