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Abandoned Church Taken in Chackbay Louisiana (I think the photographer is Debbie Chauvin Miller) - I'm always drawn to photos like this...I think I partied in a church like this when I was teenager...very cool pic.

Old Petrol Pumps at Kaplan Gas Station, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; by Dallas Stribley

1000 yr. old cypress in Cat Island reserve, St. Francisville Louisiana

Old buildings in New Orleans, Louisiana - FSA

Abandoned old house in the Louisiana Delta.

Vintage Song Poster - Take Me Back To Old Louisiana

a bunch of old photo's from 1940's america including this juke joint in Louisiana

Old Absinthe House, New Orleans, Louisiana circa 1920.

Melrose, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Old store on John Henry.

Louisiana window from Old Blandford Church by Louis Comfort Tiffany

Old st francis statue madisonville, Louisiana

Old plantation sugar kettle. Louisiana

The Malus-Beauregard House is located outside of the city of New Orleans in Chalmette. This house sits on land where the Battle of New Orleans was fought in 1815. At the time, the land was a part of a large plantation, which was owned by the de Chalmet family. It was destroyed during the battle and the family was forced to sell it to the St. Amands brothers, who were free men of color. In the early 1800s, it was not uncommon for free people of color to own slaves and plantations in Louisiana.

Girl Power in the 19th Century - The Awakening is a novel by Kate Chopin, first published in 1899 (see 1899 in literature). Set in New Orleans and the Southern Louisiana coast at the end of the nineteenth century, the plot centers around Edna Pontellier and her struggle to reconcile her increasingly unorthodox views on femininity and motherhood with the prevailing social attitudes of the turn-of-the-century South. It is one of the earliest American novels that focuses on women's issues witho...

Murders 8 (more suspected) Wikipedia.com The Axeman of New Orleans was a serial killer active in New Orleans, Louisiana (and surrounding communities, including Gretna, Louisiana), from May 1918 to October 1919. Press reports during the height of public panic about the killings mentioned similar murders as early as 1911, but recent researchers have called these reports into question[1] .

Bird City by Tviv, via Flickr. Bird City, Since 1895, a private wildfowl refuge on Avery Island in coastal Iberia Parish, Louisiana, founded by Tabasco sauce heir and conservationist Edward Avery McIlhenny. Because of its early founding and example to others, Theodore Roosevelt, father of American conservationism, once referred to Bird City as "the most noteworthy reserve in the country."

1901 High-glaze Newcomb Pottery Vase. Paula Burch-Celentano photograph. Made using local clays dug near Lake Pontchartrain, inspired by regional flora and fauna, one of a kind, hand-decorated. Artist not identified on the post. (Information taken from a description of early 20th Century Newcomb Pottery found in the Louisiana State Museum reference materials by Courtney Barnes, Style Court blog)

Cane River by Lalita Tademy // Set among the plantations in deepest Louisiana, Cane River follows the lives of five generations of women from the time of slavery in the early 1800s into the early years of the 20th century. // #books #reading

Evangeline...early Louisiana

Early 1900s Alligator Louisiana Souvenir Salt Spoon, Sterling, Early 1900s Alligator Magnifying Glass, Carved Bone