Chita: A Memory of Last Island

Chita: A Memory of Last Island

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Chita: A Memory of Last Island

Chita: A Memory of Last Island

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TRAVELLING south from New Orleans to the Islands, you pass through a strange land into a strange sea, by various winding waterways. You can journey to the Gulf by lugger if you please; but the trip may be made much more rapidly and agreeably on some one of those light, narrow steamers, built especially for bayoutravel, which usually receive passengers at a point not far from the foot of old Saint-Louis Street, hard by the sugar. landing, where there is ever a pushing and flocking of steam-craft--all striving for place to rest their white breasts against the levée, side by side,--like great weary . . .

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