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Historic Sites in Colfax, LA

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Colfax Riot

Colfax, LA

On this site occurred the Colfax Riot in which three white men and 150 negroes were slain. This event on April 13, 18... hmdb.org

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Natchitoches Pecans

Cloutierville, LA

Fresh Pecans, Pecan Candies, Gourmet Flavored Pecans, Pecan Gift Tins and Baskets, Specialty Roasted Coffe... louisianatravel.com

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Kent House, the oldest known standing structure in Rapides Parish, was built by Pierre Baillio, completed in 1800. Ba... hmdb.org

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The Kate Chopin House was the Cane River home of author Kate Chopin and her husband Oscar. Her experience... americanheritage.com

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Creole plantation house with extensive outbuildings including two lace cabins, sugar house, milk house, an... stepintohistory.com

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When the 23D Tactical Fighter Wing came to England AFB in 1972, the Flying Tigers flew the A-7D Corsair II attack air... hmdb.org

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England Air Force Base, which officially closed on December 15, 1992, began as the Alexandria Army Air Base on Octobe... hmdb.org

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From 1964 to 1972 the Flying Tigers flew the F-105 tactical fighter bomber at McConnell AFB, Kansas, where the tigers... hmdb.org

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A symbol of all airmen past, present, and future, the England Air Force Base Heritage Park is a proud reminder of the... hmdb.org

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The Flying Tigers flew the F-86, one of the first swept-wing jet fighters, in the early 1950s. Known as the 23rd Figh... hmdb.org

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The 23D Tactical Fighter Wing accepted its first A-10 Thunderbolt II in December 1980. Nicknamed the warthog by its p... hmdb.org

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Relocated from Bringhurst Park and unveiled on 25 April 1992 during a 391st FBS homecoming, it has that squadron's ma... hmdb.org

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Four 19th century Rapides Parish residents served Louisiana as governor. Joseph Marshall Walker (1784-1856), a Bayou ... hmdb.org

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Chopin, Kate, House

Cloutierville, LA

From 1880 to 1883, this was the home of Katherine O'Flaherty Chopin (1850-1904), novelist and short story writer. Louis... cr.nps

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Magnolia Plantation is significant in the history of American agriculture as one of the largest and most intact plantat... cr.nps

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The Alexandria and Pineville Baptist Church was organized in Pineville, Louisiana, on September 6, 1881, with twelve ... hmdb.org

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Red River

Alexandria, LA

Side A Twenty-seven miles southeast of Tucumcari, New Mexico, Red River originates in the watershed of the Frio Draw ... hmdb.org

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Alexandria

Alexandria, LA

Side A Unnamed during the colonial period, Alexandria's beginnings as the major city in central Louisiana are traced ... hmdb.org

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Commercial Building

Alexandria, LA

Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior hmdb.org

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Cane River Creole National Historical Park consists of Oakland Plantation and the outbuildings of Magnolia... louisianatravel.com

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