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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Evangeline Parish, Louisiana
Adjacent to Evangeline Parish, Louisiana
► Acadia Parish (14) ► Allen Parish (12) ► Avoyelles Parish (94) ► Jefferson Davis Parish (3) ► Rapides Parish (135) ► St. Landry Parish (61)
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| Joseph Willis was the first Baptist minister to preach the Gospel
west of the Mississippi River. Between 1804-1805, Willis arrived in
Bayou Chicot, Louisiana, where he began evangelizing and meeting
with believers. This group did not establish . . . — — Map (db m134958) HM|
|11-20-46 Fred purchased Tate's Bar, now known as Famous "Fred's Lounge," Mamou, LA. In 1950 Courir de Mardi Gras was revived at Fred's Lounge. June, 1962 the late Revon Reed began remote radio program at Fred's Lounge which is still alive today . . . — — Map (db m85368) HM|
| This building was purchased by the Cecil R. Lebas
administration on December 18,1977. To preserve a
historic building and landmark of Evangeline Parish,
to serve the people of Ville Platte as City Hall providing
space for administrative offices . . . — — Map (db m134342) HM|
| Built in 1914, this building was the second location of the
Evangeline Bank & Trust Company until 1976. The original
1906 site of the bank was 102 West Main Street which is also
on the National Register of Historic Places. From 1978 to
2004 . . . — — Map (db m134340) HM|
| We dedicate this memorial to the brave men and women who served this country through the Vietnam era. May God bless them, and their families and friends who supported them, prayed for them, and suffered with them. All Vietnam Veterans gave some, . . . — — Map (db m134442) WM|
|Area first settled in late eighteenth century. Located on Spanish Royal Road. Marcellin Garand, former adjutant major in French army, regarded as founder. Incorporated in 1858. Parish seat of Evangeline Parish. — — Map (db m86740) HM|