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The Louisiana Hayride Show - Most Successful Stage in Music History? The Louisiana Hayride Show - Most Successful Stage in Music History?
The most successful stage in music history? Second only to the Grand Ole Opry, many claim the Louisiana Hayride had a more significant impact on today’s music scene.
Kent Plantation House State Historic Site Kent Plantation House State Historic Site
Tour the grounds of an opulent 18th century sugar plantation, one of Louisiana’s oldest.
Campaigns of Courage Pavilion Opens at National WWII Museum Campaigns of Courage Pavilion Opens at National WWII Museum
The New Orleans museum brings the struggles and victories of the Greatest Generation to life with extraordinary new exhibits.
Los Adaes State Historic Site Los Adaes State Historic Site
At this 300-year-old site that was once the capital of Texas, you’ll get an up-close look at battles waged between two global superpowers.
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!
Audubon State Historic Site Audubon State Historic Site
See the landscape and wildlife that inspired one of America’s most famous naturalists.
African-American Heritage Trail Itinerary: New Orleans African-American Heritage Trail Itinerary: New Orleans
Use this itinerary to discover the deep history of the African-American Heritage Trail in New Orleans.
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.
10 Things to Do in Natchitoches Parish 10 Things to Do in Natchitoches Parish
Explore Natchitoches Parish, the land of Cane River, teeming with history and beauty around every corner.
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.
Explore Louisiana's Civil War History Explore Louisiana's Civil War History
Louisiana's civil war sites pay tribute to its fallen soldiers.
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.
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History & Heritage in Raceland Louisiana

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    City: Raceland
    4484 LA Hwy. 1 Raceland, LA 70394
    Freddie John Falgout, a native of Raceland, was killed on the USS Augusta in 1937 while the ship was on the China Sea. A stray shell from a Japanese warship meant for Chinese hit the USS Augusta...