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Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Joseph
St. Joseph, Louisiana and Vicinity
▶ Tensas Parish (20) ▶ Catahoula Parish (13) ▶ Concordia Parish (27) ▶ Franklin Parish (3) ▶ Madison Parish (21) ▶ Adams County, Mississippi (162) ▶ Claiborne County, Mississippi (129) ▶ Jefferson County, Mississippi (41) ▶ Warren County, Mississippi (453)
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|On State Highway 605 north of Arceneaux Road, on the left when traveling north. |
After completing the bridges across Phelps and Clark Bayous Col. J. Keigwin started for Hard Times on the Mississippi Rover on April 28, 1863. A cavalry patrol was sent to see if it could locate Maj. I.F. Harrison's Louisianians. The Union . . . — — Map (db m136955) HM|
|On Plank Road (State Road 128) 0.6 miles east of U.S. 65, on the left when traveling east. |
| Flowery Mound is a rectangular
platform mound. The corners
are oriented to the cardinal
directions. Studies of the soil
in the mound suggest it was
built in a single episode
around AD 1000. It measures
165 by 130 feet at the base and
50 by . . . — — Map (db m119546) HM|
|On U.S. 65 0.6 miles south of State Highway 128, on the left when traveling south. |
| Mound Plantation has a rectangular-shaped mound with a flat top. It is 10½ feet tall and 125 by 138 feet at the base. Pottery found near the mound suggests Indians built it around AD 800-1000. Lower Plaque This archaeological . . . — — Map (db m119543) HM|
|On Plank Road (State Road 128) east of Newton Road (State Road 605), on the right when traveling east. |
| Tensas Parish seat since parish created in 1843. Rare example, for Deep South, of town planned and constructed around New England style village green. Historic district listed on National Register of Historic Places. — — Map (db m119545) HM|