|This document provides insight into the difficulties facing Cordeviolle and
Lacroix, and other New Orleans
merchants, in the wake of the Panic of 1837. Norbert Rillieux, the brilliant Creole engineer, was a customer
whose bad fortune after the financial collapse was a source of ongoing concern for the tailoring partnership
as it sought to make good the money owed it.
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