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Historical Markers in Dixie, Louisiana

 
Clickable Map of Caddo 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 Caddo Parish, LA (166) Bossier Parish, LA (39) De Soto Parish, LA (45) Red River Parish, LA (1) Miller County, AR (5) Cass County, TX (7) Harrison County, TX (49) Marion County, TX (42) Panola County, TX (20)  CaddoParish(166) Caddo Parish (166)  BossierParish(39) Bossier Parish (39)  DeSotoParish(45) De Soto Parish (45)  RedRiverParish(1) Red River Parish (1)  MillerCountyArkansas(5) Miller County (5)  CassCountyTexas(7) Cass County (7)  HarrisonCounty(49) Harrison County (49)  MarionCounty(42) Marion County (42)  PanolaCounty(20) Panola County (20)
Shreveport is the parish seat for Caddo Parish
Dixie is in Caddo Parish
      Caddo Parish (166)  
ADJACENT TO CADDO PARISH
      Bossier Parish (39)  
      De Soto Parish (45)  
      Red River Parish (1)  
      Miller County, Arkansas (5)  
      Cass County, Texas (7)  
      Harrison County, Texas (49)  
      Marion County, Texas (42)  
      Panola County, Texas (20)  
 
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1Louisiana (Caddo Parish), Dixie — Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church1889 — Historic Site —
Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church was started in a house on the back of the Corner Place in Dixie, Louisiana. The first prayer meeting and a revival was held there in late 1889. Led by Rev. Eddie Moore, Pastor. Cornerstone Church congregation . . . Map (db m175731) HM
2Louisiana (Caddo Parish), Dixie — Dickson Plantation Home"Woodlawn" — 1849 —
Typical of the large river plantations of the mid-nineteenth century, land was owned on both the Caddo and Bossier sides of the Red River. Beginning in 1849 Woodlawn was successively owned by several large land owners of the region, the A.D. Palmer . . . Map (db m196110) HM
3Louisiana (Caddo Parish), Dixie — Dixie Presbyterian Church — Historic Site —
The church began in 1902 as the Presbyterian -Methodist Church of Dixie as a result of an agreement between the minister, Mr. Ziegler and Mr. Ivey, who donated the land on North Road for the church. In 1904 the Red River Presbytery organized the . . . Map (db m175732) HM
4Louisiana (Caddo Parish), Dixie — Killarney Farm — Historic Site —
Killarney was built by James Stuart Douglas in 1920 and designed by Edward F. Neild, a prominent Shreveport architect in the firm C. E. Olschner Architect Assoc. This is one of the first homes designed by Mr. Neild. Mr. Douglas was a planter, civic . . . Map (db m175663) HM
5Louisiana (Caddo Parish), Dixie — North PlantationHistoric Site
The W.H. North Plantation dates back to 1886. The original home was moved with mules and wagons from the bank of Red River in 1903 to the present site on Cottonwood Bayou. After being destroyed by fire in 1923, the home was rebuilt on the original . . . Map (db m175850) HM
 
 
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022