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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Morehouse Parish, Louisiana
Adjacent to Morehouse Parish, Louisiana
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|Born 1869 near Bastrop. State Senator, 1898-1900; State District Judge, 1900-1906; State Appellate Judge, 1906-1911; Louisiana Governor, 1912-1916; Assistant Attorney General, 1918-1921. Died 1921 and buried in Bastrop cemetery. — — Map (db m109234) HM|
|Site of first school built for Morehouse Parish blacks. Built 1916 through efforts of parish school board and several Bastrop blacks. Subsequent buildings housed Morehouse High School until 1969. — — Map (db m109319) HM|
|Here in 1775, Francois Bonaventure, French Indian trader, built a house on 2000~acre tract and named the plantation "Old Cabbins". He was well established when Don Juan Filhoil came into this region. — — Map (db m109229) HM|
|Like Esau, Jacob's brother of Bible times, Ben Lilly was the ultimate hunter...but
never on Sunday. Not one to focus on acquiring "things" and money, Ben acquired
knowledge, knowledge about the outdoors and the four-legged challenges he found . . . — — Map (db m110174) HM|