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Along the Mississippi River, you can still find what remains of the River Road Plantations and a life that passed with the Civil War more than 150 years ago. These top 10 River Road Plantations will reveal to you beautiful architecture, rural Louisiana and important history lessons.
Ellington Plantation - Luling, Louisiana - 1941 Via Franck-Bertacci Photographers Collection
From abandoned asylums to underground chambers.
Haley G saved to Abby-Normal
Our state is full of historical attractions just waiting to be explored, and this massive property is one that needs to be seen to be believed.
Scott Cavitt saved to Abandoned plantations
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Irka Iriko saved to New Orleans September, 2018
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Louisiana Plantations | 18 x 24 inch Signed Print Louisiana map | Kristi Jones plantation historic home State map Baton Rouge New Orleans
Louisiana Plantations Print 18 x 24 inch Listed is a large print of a watercolor painting of the fabulous state of Louisiana depicting its many plantation homes. Many famous plantations are noted, such as: Evergreen, Shadows on the Teche, Oak Alley, Rosedown, etc. Many lesser familiar plantations are depicted such as Cavett, Roseneath, Hebert House, and Southdown. Dates are included! Thirty plantation homes are illustrated. Our great state has many, many more, and unfortunately I could not…
Melanie saved to Research: Any and All
It's absolutely breathtaking, and an incredible piece of Louisiana history.
Georgia Joy saved to Old South
A comprehensive guide to Louisiana Plantations along the River Road. We recently visited 12 Louisiana plantations along Louisiana's River Road between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Louisiana's River Road parallels the east and west banks of the Mississippi River for about 70 miles (about 100 miles of actual road) through the Louisiana parishes of St. Charles, St. John, and St. James. Over a dozen of the plantation homes are open to the public for tours, and all are different so it can be…
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