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Rebel State Historic Site Rebel State Historic Site
Country and gospel music come together with Civil War commemoration at this west Louisiana museum.
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!
Take the Scenic Route: Louisiana’s Byways Take the Scenic Route: Louisiana’s Byways
History, wildlife and great views of nature await those who explore Louisiana's scenic byways.
A Visit to Frogmore Plantation, Where Cotton is Still King A Visit to Frogmore Plantation, Where Cotton is Still King
Walk through high cotton and pick some yourself at this 19th-century plantation.
Civil War: In Louisiana Feelings Were Mixed Civil War: In Louisiana Feelings Were Mixed
In the lead-up to the Civil War, Louisiana was a reluctant secessionist.
Locust Grove State Historic Site Locust Grove State Historic Site
Louisiana’s plantation past comes alive at this small family cemetery.
Mansfield State Historic Site Mansfield State Historic Site
See the Civil War site where the Confederates won a hard-earned victory against Union invaders.
River Road Plantations River Road Plantations
To get a first-hand look at the grand plantations of Louisiana’s colonial and antebellum past, visitors only need to take a tour down River Road.
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.
Making History at Frogmore Plantation Making History at Frogmore Plantation
Learn the stories of Civil War soldiers, cotton kingpins, slaves and sharecroppers at a 19th-century plantation where cotton is still farmed today.
Explore Louisiana's Civil War History Explore Louisiana's Civil War History
Louisiana's civil war sites pay tribute to its fallen soldiers.
Civil War Battle Re-lived in Jackson, Louisiana Civil War Battle Re-lived in Jackson, Louisiana
The Battle of Jackson plays out annually, more than a century after the original conflict, in a picturesque field outside of Jackson, Louisiana.
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    City: Frogmore (near Ferriday)
    11656 U.S. Hwy. 84 Frogmore (near Ferriday), LA 71334
    Only site in the South to experience the history of the cotton fields, slaves, & sharecroppers who created America's music. Rand McNally's MUST SEE. COTTON THEN & NOW at Frogmore; Guided tour, 1700...
    City: Shreveport
    1000 Milam St Shreveport, LA 71101
    Oakland Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. At least 16 Shreveport mayors, 10 political figures and over a thousand veterans are buried there. Other notable persons...
    City: Jackson
    236 Hwy. 61 Jackson, LA 70748
    Port Hudson was the scene of the longest genuine siege in U.S. military history, lasting from May 23-July 9, 1863.  On May 27, two regiments of the Louisiana Native Guards demonstrated valiant...
    City: Mansfield
    15149 Hwy. 175 Mansfield, LA 71052
    Mansfield is located in DeSoto Parish (county) in northwest Louisiana, near the Sabine River and Texas border. Pleasant Hill, the site of the second most important battle in the Red River Campaign,...
    City: Mansfield
    101 Monroe St. Mansfield, LA 71052
    In 1854, Dr. H.C. Thweatt and William E. Doty visited DeSoto Parish and saw the need for an institution of higher learning for young women. The Mansfield Female College opened the next year...
    City: Tangipahoa
    70640 Camp Moore Rd. Tangipahoa, LA 70465
    Camp Moore was the largest Confederate training camp in Louisiana and the only Confederate training camp still open to the public. Opened in May 1861 as a site to organize, train and disperse...
    City: Shreveport
    525 N. Spring St. Shreveport, LA 71101
    The Spring Street Museum is housed in what is believed to be one of Shreveport's oldest buildings dating back to 1865 featuring unique cast iron grillwork. During the life of this building, it has...
    City: Gretna
    1105 9th St. Gretna, LA 70053
    Civil War Tours of New Orleans, the only guided Civil War tour business west of Nashville, Tennessee, offers guided walking tours of the French Quarter, Metairie Cemetery (the only tour officially...
    City: St. Francisville
    12501 Hwy. 10 St. Francisville, LA 70775
    Rosedown Plantation is located in the West Feliciana Parish community of St. Francisville along one of the most historic corridors in South Louisiana. The gardens grew out from the house over a...