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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.
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.
Louisiana’s No Man’s Land Louisiana’s No Man’s Land
Immerse yourself in the history of Louisiana's "Wild West."
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.
Mansfield State Historic Site Mansfield State Historic Site
See the Civil War site where the Confederates won a hard-earned victory against Union invaders.
Louisiana's Unique Museums and Exhibitions Louisiana's Unique Museums and Exhibitions
Here is a sampling of museums in Louisiana and their unique exhibitions preserving Louisiana history.
Fort Jesup State Historic Site Fort Jesup State Historic Site
This Mexican-American War-era fort is central to a little-known chapter in American history.
African American Heritage Trail Itinerary: Cajun Country African American Heritage Trail Itinerary: Cajun Country
Make your way on I-10 West from Baton Rouge towards Cajun Country to take in the plentiful impact of African American History Trail.
World War II Museum Honors Greatest Generation World War II Museum Honors Greatest Generation
The museum has something of a sacred mission: telling the epic story of the most destructive war the world has ever known.
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.
Baton Rouge History on Display Baton Rouge History on Display
Downtown Baton Rouge is home to the Old Governor’s Mansion, Shaw Center for the Arts and the Louisiana Art & Science Museum and Planetarium.
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!
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    City: Robeline
    4460 Hwy. 485 Robeline, LA 71469
    Experience a day in the life of the Adai Indian by visiting historic dwellings, exploring the Cultural Center, viewing historic artifacts, and watching the buffalo roam. Arts and crafts shop and...
    City: Robeline
    6354 Hwy. 485 Robeline, LA 71469
    The Spanish Mission of San Miguel de los Adaes was founded in 1716 to convert the Caddo Adai American Indians in the area and to stop French expansion into Spanish Texas. In 1729, Los Adaes was...