Pierre and Albert Hoa

free man of color




2018-2022 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, La.

(1841 - present)


William Kinkaide, a free man of color, drew plans and built this row of three creole cottages for Pierre and Albert Hoa in 1841 for $6250.

The narrow alleys between the houses are bricked and once were guarded by narrow batten gates. All have lost the second-level dormers.




Photos Courtesy

Questions, Comments, Dead Links? Email Webmaster
**All articles taken from selected reading materials are the sole property of the authors listed. In no way are these articles credited to this site. The material presented is only a brief presentation of writings from the publisher & producer of each article.
Copyright French Creoles of America®, All Rights Reserved