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Census 2000
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Algiers Point Neighborhood

“Algiers Point, named for Algiers Bend, a sharp right angle turn in the Mississippi, nestles against the levee that confines the river. This neighborhood holds the flavor of a step back in time with its shotgun houses, Creole cottages, Victorians trimmed in gewgaws (a showy trifle), and Greek Revival townhouses. Sitting directly across the river from the foot of Canal Street and the French Quarter, its schools, churches, corner stores, library and courthouse serve the neighborhood as they have for generations” [Read more in the Neighborhood Snapshot]

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