Marie Laveau’s House Fine Art Print


During the Creole Phase, Marie Laveau was a voodoo queen in New Orleans in the 1830’s. She was a free person of color and folklore says she was beautiful and became rich from selling gris-gris. She participated in the Sunday rituals at Congo Square, where she became known as Queen Marie. She remained the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans for at least 40 years and practiced her rituals with a snake, behind her home and for St John’s Day, June 23rd, at Bayou St John.

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