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Historical Markers in Kentwood, Louisiana

 
Clickable Map of Tangipahoa 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 Tangipahoa Parish, LA (32) Jefferson Parish, LA (90) Livingston Parish, LA (24) St. Charles Parish, LA (19) St. Helena Parish, LA (7) St. John the Baptist Parish, LA (16) St. Tammany Parish, LA (51) Washington Parish, LA (12) Amite County, MS (15) Pike County, MS (32)  TangipahoaParish(32) Tangipahoa Parish (32)  JeffersonParish(90) Jefferson Parish (90)  LivingstonParish(24) Livingston Parish (24)  St.CharlesParish(19) St. Charles Parish (19)  St.HelenaParish(7) St. Helena Parish (7)  St.JohntheBaptistParish(16) St. John the Baptist Parish (16)  St.TammanyParish(51) St. Tammany Parish (51)  WashingtonParish(12) Washington Parish (12)  AmiteCountyMississippi(15) Amite County (15)  PikeCounty(32) Pike County (32)
Amite City is the parish seat for Tangipahoa Parish
Kentwood is in Tangipahoa Parish
      Tangipahoa Parish (32)  
ADJACENT TO TANGIPAHOA PARISH
      Jefferson Parish (90)  
      Livingston Parish (24)  
      St. Charles Parish (19)  
      St. Helena Parish (7)  
      St. John the Baptist Parish (16)  
      St. Tammany Parish (51)  
      Washington Parish (12)  
      Amite County, Mississippi (15)  
      Pike County, Mississippi (32)  
 
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1Louisiana (Tangipahoa Parish), Kentwood — Roncal
Site of Civil War home of Charles Étienne Arthur Gayarré Louisiana historian, lawyer, judge, legislator, & Secretary of State, 1846-1853. Grandson of Étienne de Boré.Map (db m76614) HM
2Louisiana (Tangipahoa Parish), Kentwood — Thirty-First Parallel
N. boundary of Tangipahoa Parish. Line established by Pinckney Treaty, Oct. 27, 1795, dividing southern United States and Spanish West Florida. Recognized U.S. claim dating back to American Revolution, 1783.Map (db m92167) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 29, 2022