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Louisiana state Republican. (City of Lafayette [La.]) 1850-1855
The Louisiana statesman. [volume] (Lafayette [City, La.]) 1845-18??
Languages: English, French
Louisiana tax reformer. (New Orleans, La.) 1890-1???
The Louisiana watchman. (New Orleans, La.) 1946-19??
Louisiana weekly advertiser. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1824-18??
The Louisiana weekly. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1925-current
The Louisiana weekly. [microfilm reel] (New Orleans [La.]) 1925-????
Le Louisianais state rights. [volume] (Nouvelle-Orléans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]) 18??-18??
Languages: English, French
La Louisiane. [volume] (Nouvelle-Orléans [i.e. New Orleans] La.) 1841-1841
Languages: English, French
The Louisianian and friend of the laws. [volume] (New-Orleans [La.]) 1822-1824
Languages: English, French
The Louisianian and journal of commerce. [volume] (New-Orleans [La.]) 1839-18??
Languages: English, French
The Louisianian. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1870-1871
The Louisianian. [online resource] (New Orleans, La.) 1870-1871
The Lumberjack. [volume] (Alexandria, La.) 1913-1913
Languages: English, Spanish
Luzhou hua feng bao = Louisiana hua fong news. [volume] (Metairie, La.) 1991-current
Languages: Chinese, English
MDS newsletter. (New Orleans, La.) 1967-????
MDS. ([New Orleans, La.) 1967-1967
El Mensagero luisianés. [volume] (Nueva Orleans [i.e. New Orleans], La.) 1809-1811
Languages: English, Spanish
Mercantile advertiser and evening recorder. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1820-182?
The Mercantile advertiser, and daily business directory. (New Orleans [La.]) 1851-1852
Mercantile advertiser. (New Orleans [La.]) 1852-1852
Mercantile advertiser. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 18??-18??
Languages: English, French
The merchant. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1838-18??
Merchants' and brokers' price current. (New Orleans, La.) 1867-????
The Merchants' daily news. (New-Orleans [La.]) 1833-1834
Merchants' transcript and New-Orleans price current. (New-Orleans [La.]) 1839-1???
Merchants' transcript of news and New-Orleans price current. (New-Orleans [La.]) 1838-1839
Merchants' transcript, and New-Orleans prices current and shipping list. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 18??-184?
Il messaggero = The messenger. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1933-????
Languages: English, Italian
El Misisipi. (N.-Orleans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]) 1834-1???
Languages: Spanish
El Misisipi. [volume] (New-Orleans [La.]) 1808-1810
Languages: English, Spanish
Moniteur de la Louisiane. [volume] ([New Orleans, La.]) 1794-1815
Languages: English, French
Moniteur de la Louisiane. [microfilm reel] ([New Orleans, La.]) 1794-1815
Languages: English, French
Le moniteur du sud. [volume] (Nouvelle-Orléans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]) 1849-185?
Languages: French, Italian
The Morning advertiser. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 18??-18??
The Morning chronicle. (New Orleans, La.) 188?-1???
Morning herald & Jeffersonian. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1842-1842
Morning herald. [volume] (New-Orleans [La.]) 184?-184?
Morning intelligencer. (New Orleans [La.]) 1840-1???
The morning star and Catholic messenger. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1868-1881
The Morning star. (New Orleans [La.) 1881-19??
The Morning tribune. (New Orleans, La.) 1924-1937
The morning world. (New Orleans, La.) 1907-1908
El Moro de paz. (Nueva Orleans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]) 1888-1???
Languages: Spanish
Le Moustique. [volume] (Nouvelle-Orléans [La.]) 1892-1892
Languages: French
National advocate. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1862-1863
The national forecast. (New Orleans, La.) 1892-1???
National Negro voice. (New Orleans, La.) 1924-192?
The national republican. [volume] (New Orleans [La.]) 1871-1872
Le National. [volume] (Nouvelle-Orléans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]) 1855-1858
Languages: French