Michael Hahn was the nineteenth governor of Louisiana. He served during the federal occupation of the state following the Civil War. Hahn's administration made attempts to enfranchise black citizens and laid the foundation for a black school system. This portrait was made by John Genin, c. 1865.
|Creator||Genin, John (Artist)|
|Regions||Greater New Orleans, Orleans, Southeast Louisiana (Florida Parishes), East Baton Rouge|
|Time Periods||Civil War Period|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Repository||Louisiana State Museum|
|Collection Name||Paintings from the Louisiana State Museum|
|Disclaimer||Physical rights are held by the Louisiana State Museum in accordance with U.S. federal copyright laws.|