West of this marker lies the grave site of a Union Soldier who was killed in a skirmish with Confederate soldiers at Bayou Goula on January 25, 1865. His name is believed to be Private David Ingraham, Third Rhode Island Calvary, Company H. He was . . . — — Map (db m91986) HM
Mugulasha Indian village captured by Bayogoulas. In 1699 Bienville here found Tonti's letter of 1686 to La Salle. Father Paul Du Ru built first chapel in Louisiana near village in 1700. — — Map (db m138446) HM
A Memorial to Paulin Verret by his children in 1926. He was a free African-American wealthy planter in Bayou Goula prior to Civil War. Land donated was forty-eight feet wide and three arpents deep, for African-Americans of Iberville. — — Map (db m91983) HM
In 1723 Raphael of Luxemburg came to establish Missions at French Posts and among Indians. Served as Vicar-General of Louisiana Colony under Bishop of Quebec.
Built first St. Louis parish church and Catholic School in N.O. Thus began the . . . — — Map (db m85024) HM