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Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana

 
Clickable Map of St. Helena 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 St. Helena Parish, LA (7) East Baton Rouge Parish, LA (423) East Feliciana Parish, LA (55) Livingston Parish, LA (24) Tangipahoa Parish, LA (32) Amite County, MS (15)  St.HelenaParish(7) St. Helena Parish (7)  EastBatonRougeParish(423) East Baton Rouge Parish (423)  EastFelicianaParish(55) East Feliciana Parish (55)  LivingstonParish(24) Livingston Parish (24)  TangipahoaParish(32) Tangipahoa Parish (32)  AmiteCountyMississippi(15) Amite County (15)
Greensburg is the parish seat for St. Helena Parish
Adjacent to St. Helena Parish, Louisiana
      East Baton Rouge Parish (423)  
      East Feliciana Parish (55)  
      Livingston Parish (24)  
      Tangipahoa Parish (32)  
      Amite County, Mississippi (15)  
 
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1Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Easleyville — Springfield - Liberty Road
On State Highway 38 at State Highway 441, on the left when traveling east on State Highway 38.
In the Civil War was traveled by two Union regiments of Illinois Cavalry May 1, 1863 enroute to Baton Rouge. Col. B.H. Grierson commanded the diversionary raid previous to Gen. Grant's land movement against Vicksburg, Mississippi.Map (db m94313) HM
2Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Greensburg — Greater Greensburg Veteran's War Memorial
On Sitman Street (State Highway 43) at North Main Street (Highway 10), on the left when traveling north on Sitman Street.
Dedicated to the memory of those who died in the defense of our Country and all who served in the cause of Freedom. Greater Greensburg Veterans War Memorial Veterans World War I Otto Birch Offie Courtney Willie Mackey . . . Map (db m92573) WM
3Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Greensburg — Greensburg Land Office
Near State Highway 43, 0.1 miles south of Route 10, on the left when traveling north.
Served as the clearing for house all public lands between the Mississippi and Pearl Rivers, north of the lakes to the 31st parallel. This area is still known as the Greensburg Land District. It is the only extant land office building in Louisiana . . . Map (db m85641) HM
4Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Greensburg — Republic of West FloridaBicentennial — 1810-2010 —
On Zachary Taylor Parkway (State Highway 10) near Fred Hurst Lane, on the right when traveling west.
The Louisiana region known as the Florida Parishes remained under the control of Spain after the Louisiana Purchase. In 1810, some settlers not pleased with the tax law enforcement or the governing of the area, secretly planned to overthrow the . . . Map (db m110560) HM
5Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Greensburg — Revolutionary War Memorial
On Hamberlin Street south of North Main Street (Louisiana Highway 10), on the left when traveling south.
Erected to the memory of those Revolutionary War Patriots who not only helped to win freedom for our Country but also helped to carve a civilization within St. Helena Parish.Map (db m88218) WM
6Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Greensburg — William Kendrick Square
On North Main Street (State Highway 10) west of Sitman Street (State Highway 43), on the left when traveling west.
St. Helena Parish seat moved here 1832. Land for Court House Square donated by William Kendrick 1837. Present building completed 1938 replacing brick structure built 1855. Designated William Kendrick Square 1976 by Police Jury.Map (db m88217) HM
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7Louisiana, St. Helena Parish, Montpelier — Montpelier
On State Highway 16 at Eli Lane, on the left when traveling east on State Highway 16.
Parish seat from 1812-1832. Land office - a clearinghouse for public lands between the Mississippi and the Pearl Rivers 1812-1837. Montpelier Academy 1833-1840. Early post office St. Helena 1814-1859. Connected to Natchez Trace.Map (db m94882) HM
 
 
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Feb. 4, 2023