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P. O. Box 346,
Donaldsonville, LA 70346

Property Description

Historic Donaldsonville was founded in 1806 and is located where the Mississippi River and Bayou Lafourche meet. Donaldsonville was once home of the State Capitol of Louisiana, two Louisiana Governors (Johnson & Nicholls), Pierre Landry, the first elected Black Mayor in the United States, and Chef Joh Folse. Religious, political, African American, and jazz history lives here.

Directions

Driving Directions From I-10 (Baton Rouge / New Orleans) Take exit 182 for LA-22 toward Sorrento/Donaldsonville - 0.3 mi Turn right onto LA-22 W (signs for Sunshine Bridge/Donaldsonville) - 0.4 mi Turn left onto LA-70 W/Crawford Leblanc Blvd (Continue to follow LA-70 W) - 8.3 mi Turn right onto LA-3120 N - 1.0 mi Turn left onto LA-18 W (Destination will be on the right) - 2.6 mi From (I-10) Lafayette Take exit 153 to merge onto LA-1 S - 32.5 mi Turn left onto Veterans Blvd (Destination will be on the left) - 0.5 mi From South Louisiana (Houma/Thibodaux) Take Highway 308 or Highway 1 N (Destination will be on the left) - 32.5 mi

The Ascension Parish Courthouse in Historic Donaldsonville, LA
The Ascension Parish Courthouse in Historic Donaldsonville, LA
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