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This Creole and American Greek Revival plantation house was built circa 1860 by Pierre Joseph Claudet, who named, who named it for his native village of Bouverans, France. Except for a brief period, the home has been owned by his descendents. Rest…
Holy Savior Cemetery was established in 1850 at the site of St. Andre's Chapel, which later became Holy Savior Church. The cemetery is one of the oldest in the southern half of Lafourche Parish. The priests' tomb, located in the center of the ceme…
Ruins of locks not washed away by a crevasse in 1917 are near here for which Lockport is named. An earlier settlement was named Longueville by 1835 when William Fields donated land for a canal later known as the Company Canal which connected Bayou…