On South Elm Street (Louisiana Route 157) 0.2 miles south of Fox Creek Street, on the right when traveling north.
Built 1883 after earlier house on site burned. Residence of Dr. Paul Lawrence. respected physician, who performed house calls for over 50 years despite the loss of a leg in the Civil War. Haughton was originally called Lawrenceville in his honor. — — Map (db m169679) HM
On Johnson Koran Road, 1 mile north of State Highway 527, on the left when traveling north.
At this site in 1868, Isaac Williams
and thirty other African American
men were arrested and unlawfully
convicted and sentenced to one year
in the penitentiary for holding a
Loyal-League meeting. Four months
later, with the advice and consent . . . — — Map (db m144214) HM