Businessman, inventor, industrialist. Founder of Louisiana Railway & Navigation Company and American Steel & Wire. Served on Board of Directors of U.S. Steel and Chairman of Board of Kansas City Southern Railroad. Confidante of Teddy Roosevelt. He . . . — — Map (db m221011) HM
In 1915 the lower floor of this building was home to the Bank of Winnfield. The Bank President, at the time, was George P Long, Sr. Huey P. Long passed the bar exam in 1915 and chose the upper floor of this building as his law office. While . . . — — Map (db m166000) HM
Oldest Brick Building in Winnfield
Built by Morris Bernstein in 1852.
Morris Bernstein immigrated to America in
1849 from Prussia. He settled in Winnfield
and built this building for his mercantile
business on one corner of the . . . — — Map (db m208877) HM
Panel 1 This native son of Winn Parish made political history for a quarter of a century. Earl Kemp Long took the oath as Governor three times. At his death he was Democratic Nominee to the Congress of the United States, from the 8th. . . . — — Map (db m136202) HM
The Methodist Episcopal Church South in Winnfield was
organized between 1859 and 1865. Rev. J.F. Bellany, a
Methodist minister, was the chaplain of the Masonic Lodge and
minutes of the Lodge infer that he was also the local pastor.
In 1870, . . . — — Map (db m209411) HM
To honor the memory of Huey Pierce Long 1893-1935 Lawyer, Administrator, Statesman Who served as Railroad Commissioner Governor of Louisiana and United States Senator This plaque was placed here Near the site of his birth by Camp No. . . . — — Map (db m136185) HM
This marker showing the home of Huey Pierce Long 1852-1932 And his wife Caledonia Tison Long 1860-1913 Is near the center of the site on which the home stood These are the names of their children Charlotte Long Davis . . . — — Map (db m137254) HM