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By LouisianaTravel.com Staff

The Huddie Ledbetter Statue commemorates one of Shreveport's most famous citizens, the talented bluesman more popularly known as "Leadbelly."

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View the beautiful cultural artifacts and art at the Shreveport Multicultural Center of the South.

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Visit the Hermione Museum in Tallulah, outside of Monroe, to learn about C.J. Walker, America's first African-American millionaire.

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Monroe Attractions on the African-American Heritage Trail

Nestled on the banks of the Ouachita River and Bayou Desiard, Monroe-West Monroe welcomes you with great antique shopping, museums, and gardens. 

African American Heritage Trail Intinerary in Shreveport

After spending time in Monroe, head west to make your way to 'Louisiana’s Other Side' in Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Learn more about the African-American Heritage Trail in Louisiana.