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Historical Markers in Union Parish, Louisiana

 
Clickable Map of Union 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 Union Parish, LA (4) Claiborne Parish, LA (17) Lincoln Parish, LA (66) Morehouse Parish, LA (4) Ouachita Parish, LA (20) Ashley County, AR (3) Union County, AR (15)  UnionParish(4) Union Parish (4)  ClaiborneParish(17) Claiborne Parish (17)  LincolnParish(66) Lincoln Parish (66)  MorehouseParish(4) Morehouse Parish (4)  OuachitaParish(20) Ouachita Parish (20)  AshleyCountyArkansas(3) Ashley County (3)  UnionCounty(15) Union County (15)
Farmerville is the parish seat for Union Parish
Adjacent to Union Parish, Louisiana
      Claiborne Parish (17)  
      Lincoln Parish (66)  
      Morehouse Parish (4)  
      Ouachita Parish (20)  
      Ashley County, Arkansas (3)  
      Union County, Arkansas (15)  
 
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1 Louisiana, Union Parish, Bernice — Town Jail
Town Jail - Concrete added 1925Map (db m235696) HM
2 Louisiana, Union Parish, Bernice — Wooden Water Cistern
Wooden Water Cistern - circa 1900Map (db m235700) HM
3 Louisiana, Union Parish, Farmerville — Scott Place MoundsAncient Mounds Trail
Scott Place is a 5-mound complex dating to around AD 1200. Four of the mounds are well preserved. The largest is a platform mound and is 11 feet tall. The other 4 are dome shaped and are more difficult to see from this spot. One is almost 7 feet . . . Map (db m121225) HM
4 Louisiana, Union Parish, Shiloh — Old Shiloh Community
Two Louisiana governors were born nearby~~William W. Heard (1900~1904) and Ruffin G. Pleasant (1916~1920). Post office established 1851 and discontinued 1906. Site of Concord Institute, a Baptist college, ca. 1877~1884.Map (db m120972) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Mar. 3, 2024