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Louisiana's 4-H Club History Louisiana's 4-H Club History
In 1908, Mr. V.L. Roy, Superintendent of Avoyelles Parish Schools, organized the first Corn Club, the forerunner of the 4-H Club in Louisiana
10 Things To Do in St. Landry Parish 10 Things To Do in St. Landry Parish
St. Landry Parish offers so many diverse activities and attractions that they say it's gumbo for the soul!
Louisiana Civil War Sites Louisiana Civil War Sites
Sites throughout Louisiana commemorate key Civil War events and honor sacrifices in the worst conflict the nation ever faced on its own soil.
Military History Lives on Louisiana Battleship Military History Lives on Louisiana Battleship
The USS Kidd was named for Medal of Honor recipient Isaac C. Kidd Sr., who was killed aboard his flagship USS Arizona during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum Grambling University, Eddie G. Robinson Museum
With great pride, I announce the next stop on the North Louisiana African American Heritage Trail: my hometown, Grambling.
Secrets of Poverty Point Secrets of Poverty Point
This UNESCO World Heritage site is an archaeological wonder with little-known stories to tell.
Louisiana’s Historic Architecture Louisiana’s Historic Architecture
Louisiana has preserved it's cultural heritage through architecture.
Cajun vs. Creole Food - What is the Difference? Cajun vs. Creole Food - What is the Difference?
Louisiana's food is steeped with historical influences including Cajun and Creole cuisines. Learn what differentiates Cajun and Creole food.
Day Trip Ideas Near Poverty Point Day Trip Ideas Near Poverty Point
After exploring Poverty Point World Heritage Site, stay in the area for one-of-a-kind experiences.
Locust Grove State Historic Site Locust Grove State Historic Site
Louisiana’s plantation past comes alive at this small family cemetery.
Weekend in Natchitoches Weekend in Natchitoches
This southern belle offers stately oaks, brick-lined streets, great oyster po-boys, Steel Magnolias and of course a meat pie!
Creole Nature Trail Creole Nature Trail
Designated an All-American Road in 2002, this 180-mile trail was one of the first National Scenic Byways in the Gulf South.
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