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Historical Markers in Bienville Parish, Louisiana

 
Clickable Map of Bienville Parish, Louisiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Bienville Parish, LA (7) Bossier Parish, LA (40) Claiborne Parish, LA (15) Jackson Parish, LA (2) Lincoln Parish, LA (59) Natchitoches Parish, LA (53) Red River Parish, LA (2) Webster Parish, LA (7) Winn Parish, LA (7)  BienvilleParish(7) Bienville Parish (7)  BossierParish(40) Bossier Parish (40)  ClaiborneParish(15) Claiborne Parish (15)  JacksonParish(2) Jackson Parish (2)  LincolnParish(59) Lincoln Parish (59)  NatchitochesParish(53) Natchitoches Parish (53)  RedRiverParish(2) Red River Parish (2)  WebsterParish(7) Webster Parish (7)  WinnParish(7) Winn Parish (7)
Arcadia is the parish seat for Bienville Parish
Adjacent to Bienville Parish, Louisiana
      Bossier Parish (40)  
      Claiborne Parish (15)  
      Jackson Parish (2)  
      Lincoln Parish (59)  
      Natchitoches Parish (53)  
      Red River Parish (2)  
      Webster Parish (7)  
      Winn Parish (7)  
 
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1Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Bienville — Driskill Mountain
Near State Highway 507, 2.7 miles west of State Highway 147, on the right when traveling west.
Facts about the MountainThe mountain was named for James Christopher Driskill. He was born in Hancock County, Georgia, on June 17, 1817. In 1840 he married Eugenia Irwin Walker. In October 1859, Mr. Driskill sold his land in Georgia, and moved . . . Map (db m166115) HM
2Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Bienville — SpartaSW1/4ofSW1/4SEC15T16NR8W
On Kepler Road (State Highway 507) at Old Sparta Road, on the right when traveling west on Kepler Road.
Founded in 1849 as first parish seat for Bienville Parish. Post office est. 1849. 1st Postmaster J. M. Denson. Incorp. 1852. 1860 pop. Of 250 composed of merchants, craftsmen and professionals. Had two churches, two Masonic Lodges, three private . . . Map (db m166144) HM
3Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Gibsland — Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow Ambush Site
On State Highway 154, 3 miles south of State Highway 793, on the right when traveling south.
On This Site May 23, 1934 at 9:15 a.m. The Infamous Outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow Met Their Demise At The Hands Of These Dedicated Law Enforcement Officials Lest we Forget These Brave And Vigilant Conservators of the . . . Map (db m128271) HM
4Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Gibsland — Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker
On State Highway 154, 8 miles south of Gibsland / I-20, on the right when traveling south.
This site May 23, 1934 Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were killed by law enforcement officialsMap (db m66943) HM
5Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Gibsland — Ma Canfield's CafeHistorical Site
On Main Street (U.S. 80) north of South 2nd Street, on the right when traveling south.
This Is The Location Of Ma Canfield's Cafe Where Bonnie Parker And Clyde Barrow Stopped At 9am On May 23, 1934, Picked Up Sandwiches And Drove Off To Their Deaths 7 Miles Away.Map (db m181170) HM
6Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Ringgold — Loggy Bayou-Red River
On U.S. 71, 0.2 miles north of State Highway 4, on the right when traveling north.
Nearest point of Federal advance on Shreveport during Civil War. About four miles to southwest near confluence of streams Confederates sank steamer New Falls City which blocked passage of Federal gunboats, April 10, 1864.Map (db m109795) HM
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7Louisiana, Bienville Parish, Saline — Caroline Dormon
On State Highway 9 at Briarwood Road, on the right when traveling south on State Highway 9.
The botanist, artist, author, conservator, and pioneer, Caroline Dormon, was born at Briarwood in Saline, Louisiana on July 19, 1888. Established by Dormon's grandparents, Harietta and Benjamin Sweat, in 1859. Briarwood was originally a cotton . . . Map (db m209848) HM
 
 
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Feb. 6, 2023