Our Historians

Nic
Nic Clark

Nic, founder of Civil War Tours of New Orleans, graduated with a degree in History from Centenary College of Louisiana. As an expert on Civil War history, he has been featured in many documentaries, movies, and television programs on the Civil War. Previously, Nic has worked as an Interpretive Park Ranger at Pea Ridge National Military Park, as well as for the State of Louisiana at the Mansfield State Historic Site.

Nic has over a decade of experience as a tour guide for corporations, state, and federal governments and worked as Assistant Director for two historical museums. Nic’s passion for Civil War history is always described as “infectious” and he has the ability to make history come alive.

Charlotte
Charlotte Jones

Charlotte Jones, a native of Florida, moved to New Orleans in 2007. Charlotte is a historic interpreter and researcher with a degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of New Orleans. Her background is in historic preservation, program facilitation, and education.

In 2012, Charlotte founded the non-profit organization PlayBuild, a design-focused educational initiative. Previously, she worked for the Preservation Resource Center, Louisiana State Parks, and volunteered for Jacob’s Color Link Initiative and the National WWII Museum.