201. Emily Clark, part 1. We interview Emily about her book, Masterless Mistresses: The New Orleans Ursulines and the Development of a New World Society, 1727-1834. Emily was the first secular historian allowed into the archives of the Ursuline convent in New Orleans. She found a treasure trove of information about the early history of the Ursuline nuns and their work in New Orleans. We have the Ursuline Correspondence on our web site now. This week in Louisiana history. April 1, 1718. Approx. date land began being cleared for city of New Orleans. This week in New Orleans history. On March 8, 2011, MSY/New Orleans was one of eight cities given approval for charter flights to Cuba. Flights to Cuba have been scheduled on a very limited basis, with the first departure on March 26, 2012, operated by Sky King, Inc., charters and marketed by Cuba Travel USA. This week in Louisiana. Cajun Classique April 3rd, 2017 - April 9th, 2017 Bayou Teche Berwick to Breaux Bridge, New Iberia, LA 70560 337-366-0337 Website Bayou Teche Leisurely classic wooden boat cruise down Bayou Teche with excursions in Franklin, New Iberia, St. Martinville and Breaux Bridge.Listen in iTunes. Listen in Stitcher. Listen on Google Play. The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.