They are somewhat in chronological order by date taken.  Hope you enjoy these as much as I did:

De la Ronde Plantation, Chalmette, 1866. The site where General Pakenham allegedly took his last breath during the Battle of New Orleans. Source: Wiki Commons
De la Ronde Plantation, Chalmette, 1866. The site where General Pakenham allegedly took his last breath during the Battle of New Orleans. Source: Wiki Commons

Villere Plantation, Chalmette, late 1890s
Villere Plantation, Chalmette, late 1890s. Home to Jacques Villere, first Creole governor of Louisiana.  His home was occupied by the British during the Battle of New Orleans.
Jackson Barracks, 1890s. (Close enough to the parish). Source: Library of Congress
Jackson Barracks, 1890s. (Close enough to the parish). Source: Library of Congress
MacCarthy Plantation (Bonzano House), late 1890s. This plantation was the headquarters for Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans. It burned down and the Chalmette Port occupies its current location. Source: Library of Congress.
Malus-Beauregard House, late 1890s. Source: Library of Congress.
De la Ronde ruins, date unknown. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
De la Ronde ruins, date unknown.  This was taken after 1877, which was the year the majority of it burned. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Improving levees in Poydras, 1908. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Improving levees in Poydras, 1908. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Lebeau Plantation, Old Arabi, 1910. Source: oldneworleans.com
Lebeau Plantation, Old Arabi, 1910. The plantation eventually burned down in 2013. Source: oldneworleans.com
Chalmette National Cemetery, 1910. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Chalmette National Cemetery, 1910. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Chalmette Monument, 1910s. Source: Library of Congress
Chalmette Monument, 1910s. Source: Library of Congress
Domino Sugar Refinery, 1913. Source: Library of Congress
Domino Sugar Refinery, 1913. Source: Library of Congress
Centennial at Chalmette Monument, 1915. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Centennial at Chalmette Monument, 1915. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flooding in Toca, 1922. Source: Wiki Commons
Flooding in Toca, 1922. Source: Wiki Commons
Flood damage in Poydras, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flood damage in Poydras, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flooding in Violet, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flooding in Violet, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flooding in lower part of the parish, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Flooding in lower part of the parish, 1922. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Pakenham Oaks, 1920s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Pakenham Oaks, 1920s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Levees blown at Caernarvon during the Mississippi River Flood of 1927. Source: The Jesse Earl Hyde Collection, Case Western Reserve University (cwru) Department of Geological Sciences
Levees blown at Caernarvon during the Mississippi River Flood of 1927. Source: The Jesse Earl Hyde Collection, Case Western Reserve University (cwru) Department of Geological Sciences
Kenilworth Plantation, early 1930s. Source: oldneworleans.com
Kenilworth Plantation, early 1930s. Source: oldneworleans.com
Man working outside old slave quarters, 1930s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Man working outside old slave quarters in Violet, 1930s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Old slave quarters in Violet, 1930s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Old slave quarters in Violet, 1930s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Farmer with horse and goods in Terre-aux-Boeuf, date unknown. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Farmer with horse and goods in Terre-aux-Boeufs, date unknown. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Remnants of Villere Plantation, 1930s. I remember playing on what’s left of these ruins as a kid. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Remnants of Villere Plantation, 1930s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Memorial at the pet cemetery in Toca, late 1930s.
Memorial at the pet cemetery in Toca, late 1930s.
Beauregard House, 1934. Source: Library of Congress
Beauregard House, 1934. Source: Library of Congress
Buildings roads in Old Arabi, 1936. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Buildings roads in Old Arabi, 1936. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Working on highway project, 1936. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Working on highway project, 1936. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Chateau des Fleurs, Old Arabi, 1938. Source: Library of Congress
Chateau des Fleurs, Old Arabi, 1938. Source: Library of Congress
Lacoste Plantation, 1938. Source: Library of Congress
Lacoste Plantation, 1938. Source: Library of Congress
Whiskey Bayou, date unknown. One of the many routes used to illegally import alcohol during Prohibition. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Whiskey Bayou, date unknown. One of the many routes used to illegally import alcohol during Prohibition. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Selling and trading fur in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Selling and trading fur at the Community Store in St. Bernard Village, 1941. According to Dr. William Hyland, the St. Bernard Parish historian, the Community Store “is still standing and was purchased by Albert and Gerri Avenel in 1985 after Hurricane Juan flooded their former Delacroix Island home.”  Source: Library of Congress
Maneuvering pirogues in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Maneuvering pirogues in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Isleño trapper taking a cigar break, Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Raphael “Tio Phael” Robin, Isleño trapper, taking a cigar break, Delacroix, 1941. According to Dr. Hyland, he was a “very colorful and well remembered by his family in the 1980s.  He was illiterate, but nevertheless a master of the marshes and waterways in Eastern St. Bernard Parish.  He was a kind and benevolent patriarch of his family.” Source: Library of Congress
Muskrat skins for sale, Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Muskrat skins for sale, Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Trappers’ house in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Trappers’ house in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Isleños drinking and gambling, Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Isleños drinking and gambling, Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Trading furs in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Trading furs in Delacroix, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Spanish trapper's wife and sister-in-law holding dried muskrat skins in front of their camp
According to Dr. Hyland, ” Maria Robin Lopez holding animal pelts, smiling on the left and her sister, “Chica” on the right. “Maria Mamerto” as she was known was famous for her delicious stuffed crabs and quick wit! She married “Mamerto” Lopez, a Spanish-Basque refugee from the civil wars in Spain. He was a mirror image of an Ernest Hemingway character.” 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Delacroix Isle, 1941. Source: Library of Congress
Three Oaks Plantation, 1940s. Destroyed in 1966 by Domino Sugar Refinery. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Three Oaks Plantation, 1940s. Destroyed in 1966 by Domino Sugar Refinery. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
La Maison des Jalousies, Old Arabi, early 1950s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Darcentel-Cavaroc House, Old Arabi, early 1950s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Fazendeville and the Chalmette Monument, late 1950s. Fazendeville, an all Black community started by a freedman, was demolished in 1964 by the National Park Service. Courtesy of the Louisiana Air National Guard, c. 1960
Fazendeville and the Chalmette Monument, late 1950s. Fazendeville, a community of color started by a freedman in 1866, was demolished in 1966 by the National Park Service. Courtesy of the Louisiana Air National Guard, c. 1960
Domino Sugar Refinery, presumably 1950s. Lebeau Plantation in lower right corner. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Domino Sugar Refinery, presumably 1950s. Lebeau Plantation in lower right corner. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Lebeau Plantation, date unknown. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Lebeau Plantation, date unknown. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Kaiser Aluminum Plant, Chalmette, 1950s. My grandfather was working there at the time. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Kaiser Aluminum Plant, Chalmette, 1950s. My grandfather was working there at the time. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Upside houseboat in Shell Beach, 1955. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Upside houseboat in Shell Beach, 1955. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Beauregard House at Chalmette Battlefield, 1960s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Beauregard House at Chalmette Battlefield, 1960s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Chalmette Monument, 1960s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Chalmette Monument, 1960s. Source: Louisiana Digital Library
Battle of New Orleans sesquicentennial at Chalmette Monument, 1965. Fazendeville in the background. Source: NPS
Battle of New Orleans sesquicentennial at Chalmette Monument, 1965. Fazendeville in the background. Source: NPS

If you think any photos should have been included that are not please send them or post them in the comments.  If you have any questions on anything, such as the photographers who took them, the exact locations of buildings no longer there, etc., ask away and I  may be able to help.

Update: With the meticulous help of the resourceful Dr. William Hyland, the St. Bernard Parish historian, some of these photos have been expanded on and/or correctly identified.

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