Henry Clay Warmoth, the twenty-third governor of Louisiana, was widely considered a “carpetbagger,” a northerner who moved South after the Civil War. He was suspended from office thirty-five days before the end of his term.
|Creator||King, Paul (Artist)|
|Coverage||Early 20th Century|
|Regions||Greater New Orleans|
|Time Periods||Civil War Period, Reconstruction Period|
|Repository||Louisiana State Museum|
|Collection Name||Paintings from the Louisiana State Museum|
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