“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Richland Parish, Louisiana

Clickable Map of Richland Parish, Louisiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Richland Parish, LA (4) Caldwell Parish, LA (5) East Carroll Parish, LA (13) Franklin Parish, LA (6) Madison Parish, LA (23) Morehouse Parish, LA (4) Ouachita Parish, LA (20) West Carroll Parish, LA (18)  RichlandParish(4) Richland Parish (4)  CaldwellParish(5) Caldwell Parish (5)  EastCarrollParish(13) East Carroll Parish (13)  FranklinParish(6) Franklin Parish (6)  MadisonParish(23) Madison Parish (23)  MorehouseParish(4) Morehouse Parish (4)  OuachitaParish(20) Ouachita Parish (20)  WestCarrollParish(18) West Carroll Parish (18)
Rayville is the parish seat for Richland Parish
Adjacent to Richland Parish, Louisiana
      Caldwell Parish (5)  
      East Carroll Parish (13)  
      Franklin Parish (6)  
      Madison Parish (23)  
      Morehouse Parish (4)  
      Ouachita Parish (20)  
      West Carroll Parish (18)  
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1 Louisiana, Richland Parish, Delhi — Insley MoundsAncient Mounds Trail
Insley once had up to 13 mounds. Only 2 are visible from the road. The closest one is 10½ feet tall and rectangular with a flat top. The mound farther north is 20 feet tall, but was 5 feet taller before fill was removed from its top. Indians . . . Map (db m121224) HM
2 Louisiana, Richland Parish, Delhi — Marsden MoundsAncient Mounds Trail
Marsden is a group of 5 mounds that were once linked by a D-shaped ridge. The largest mound is platform shaped and is 13 feet tall and 150 by 150 feet at the base. The other 4 mounds are only 3 to 5 feet tall. People lived here as early as 1500 BC, . . . Map (db m105218) HM
3 Louisiana, Richland Parish, Rayville — 2 — Po' Henry and TookieRayville, LA
Henry Dorsey & Marlan Tookie Collom first met while working on a cotton farm, their mutual love for old time delta blues made them friends for life. As the duo Po'Henry and Tookie, they played New Orleans Jazz Fest, Mississippi Delta Blues . . . Map (db m208875) HM
4 Louisiana, Richland Parish, Rayville — Rayville's African American School
Founded in 1904, initially known as "The College.” Approved as a junior high in 1933. Became Rayville Colored School in 1936. Graduated first students in 1939 as a high school. Renamed Rayville Rosenwald High School in 1949. Became Eula D. . . . Map (db m209552) HM
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Jun. 2, 2023