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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana
Adjacent to Catahoula Parish, Louisiana
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| Alexander is a conical-shaped mound that is 10 1/2 feet tall and 98 by 130 feet at the base. It is the largest of 7 mounds that once stood here. The other 6 were only 1 1/2 to 5 feet tall. They have been reduced in size by plowing and are barely . . . — — Map (db m121568) HM|
| Boothe Landing is a 10-foot-tall conical mound that is well preserved. The oval-shaped base measures 82 feet by 60 feet. A village was just north of the mound. Decorated pottery found in the village area suggests Indians built the mound around . . . — — Map (db m120872) HM|
| In memory of those who gave their lives in World War I, II, Korean Action and the Vietnam War. World War I Perry D. Alexandria, Fred D. Baker, John M. Blair, Silas W. Book, Lewis Brooks, Benjamin Burrel, John C. Chevallier, Albert W. . . . — — Map (db m103812) WM|
|One-half mile west was one of four forts built by Confederates in May, 1863 to prevent the ascent of Federal gunboats on the Ouachita River. It was abandoned 1863, but was reoccupied in 1864. — — Map (db m103755) HM|
| Dedicated in Memory of Those Who Gave Their Lives in World War I, World War II And The Korean Action — — Map (db m120194) WM|
|Two Indian mounds make up the Harrisonburg Mounds site. The well-preserved conical mound that can be seen from here was built around AD 200. It is 10 feet high and 115 feet in diameter. The other mound is about 200 feet to the northeast. It is less . . . — — Map (db m103763) HM|
| McGuffee has as many as 6 mounds on the west bank of the Ouachita River. Several of the mounds are well preserved and visible from the road. A C-shaped earthen ridge encloses the mounds. Radiocarbon dates suggest Indians built these earthworks . . . — — Map (db m104674) HM|
Routon has 7 mounds on the west bank of the Ouachita River. The 4 largest are rectangular with flat tops. The other 3 are dome shaped and less than 2 feet tall. The mound visible from the road is rectangular. It is 12½ feet tall and 230 by . . . — — Map (db m103811) HM|
Tew Lake has 3 small, irregularly shaped mounds. The 2 in pasture on the south side of Routon Road are almost 4 feet tall. The one north of Routon Road has been reduced in height by plowing and is less than 3 feet tall. Soil studies and artifacts . . . — — Map (db m103782) HM|
|The 82-foot-tall "Great Mound" of Troyville once stood here. In 1936, Archaeologist Winslow Walker made this diagram, depicting the size and shape of the mound. Today, only 3 feet of mound fill remains. — — Map (db m103774) HM|
An earthen wall and 9 mounds were once a prominent part of the landscape here. Early explorers described the largest mound or "Great Mound" as being 82 feet high, the tallest mound known in Louisiana. The earth-works were built between 100 BC and . . . — — Map (db m103781) HM|
|The Peck Mounds site has 5 mounds built along the bluff above Lake Louie. Only 4 mounds are visible today. The largest is platform shaped and measures 18 feet tall and 165 by 180 feet at the base. The smaller 3 are domed shaped and average only 4 . . . — — Map (db m87166) HM|
|Peck Village is a village and mound site where Indians lived between 100 BC and AD 1200. Archaeologist James A. Ford excavated here in 1933. He used a method called seriation to study the changes in pottery decoration through time. Based on pottery . . . — — Map (db m87165) HM|