“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Port Barre

Clickable Map of St. Landry Parish, Louisiana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> St. Landry Parish, LA (61) Acadia Parish, LA (14) Avoyelles Parish, LA (94) Evangeline Parish, LA (6) Lafayette Parish, LA (40) Pointe Coupee Parish, LA (19) St. Martin Parish, LA (42)  St.LandryParish(61) St. Landry Parish (61)  AcadiaParish(14) Acadia Parish (14)  AvoyellesParish(94) Avoyelles Parish (94)  EvangelineParish(6) Evangeline Parish (6)  LafayetteParish(40) Lafayette Parish (40)  PointeCoupeeParish(19) Pointe Coupee Parish (19)  St.MartinParish(42) St. Martin Parish (42)
Port Barre, Louisiana and Vicinity
    St. Landry Parish (61)
    Acadia Parish (14)
    Avoyelles Parish (94)
    Evangeline Parish (6)
    Lafayette Parish (40)
    Pointe Coupee Parish (19)
    St. Martin Parish (42)
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1Louisiana (St. Landry Parish), Port Barre — Bayou Courtableau at Bayou Teche HeadwatersPort Barre Park — Atchafalaya Water Heritage Trail —
Steamboat travel was frequently affected by low water, immovable rafts of debris, underwater snags and shifting sandbars, including one at the junction of Bayou Courtableau and the Atchafalaya River called Le Petit Diable ("The Little . . . — Map (db m114305) HM
2Louisiana (St. Landry Parish), Port Barre — Port Barre
Busy port during steamboat days; named after the Barre family. In 1765 Charles Barre bought 8800 arpents from Jacque Guillaume Courtableau, 1st Commandant, Opelousas Post. Here Bayou Courtableau gives birth to Bayou Teche. — Map (db m85865) HM
3Louisiana (St. Landry Parish), Port Barre — Port Barre
Port actif à l'époque du bateau à vapeur. Appelé d'après le nom de la famille Barré. En 1765 Charles Barré acheta 8800 arpents de terre à Jacques Guillaume Courtableau, le premier Commandant du Poste des Opelousas. C'est ici que le Bayou . . . — Map (db m136231) HM
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Jan. 19, 2021