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    Prehistoric Native Americans...adventuring explorers...silk-shirted plantation owners...priests and pirates...capitalists and cavalry... southern belles, gamblers, renegades and rogues: Louisiana has been the stage of a blazing historical drama colorful enough to rival that of many nations, and their historic landmarks keep those adventurous days very much alive. You can be an overnight guest in homes that routinely welcomed travelers a century or so ago, attend services in 200-year-old churches, talk politics in antebellum courthouses, sip mint juleps by the great red paddlewheel of a Mississippi steamboat. It's all still here...still functioning... still a vibrant part of the present.
    The best-known chapters of the great saga of Louisiana, of course, are of the French and Spanish colonists called "Creoles" who founded New Orleans, the great steamboat races on the Mississippi, the state's rich plantation heritage and the settling of the bayou country by "Cajuns" from far-off Nova Scotia. But, like the Mississippi River, Louisiana never does anything simply. It always takes the scenic route, and there are always fascinating subplots: their Native Americans from prehistory through to the present, the African-Americans, the Spanish-speaking "Isleños," the Germans and Slavs, the Italians and Irish. All of these and others shared and still share a state where there is room enough to celebrate their heritage and spirit enough to let it endure.

Donaldsonville Tourist Commission
Housed in the oldest department store in the state of Louisiana, this museum provides insight into Donaldsonville's rich history.
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Museums Ascension Donaldsonville Plantation Country
Donaldsonville Tourist Commission
The River Road African American Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting art, artifacts, and buildings related to the history and culture of African Americans in the rural communities along the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
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Museums Ascension Donaldsonville Plantation Country
Sci-Port Discovery Center
Sci-Port Discovery Center provides an educational and entertaining environment for people of all ages to explore and actively participate in the world of science and technology. The Center develops a comprehensive view of the world through the interaction of science and the humanities and serves as a catalyst to encourage lifelong learning.
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Museums Caddo Shreveport Sportsman's Paradise
Alexandria Museum of Art
The Alexandria Museum of Art welcomes you to the area's primary resource for exhibitions and collections of fine art.  Our galleries offer opportunities for learning, introspection and connection with cultures from around the world.  The museum's holdings range in period from antiquity to 20th century works.  The view is ever changing with special exhibitions and events.
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Museums Rapides Alexandria Crossroads
Ark-La-Tex Antique & Classic Vehicle Museum
24,000 SF Antique & Classic Vehicles, vintage costumes, life-size backdrops-Elvis,- Leno have visited - Selected visitors favorite. Come see!
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Museums Caddo Shreveport Statewide
Jeanerette Bicentennial Park and Museum
See a pictorial history and view a video on the sugar industry. Rooms include: Victorian Bedroom, Native Animal Specimens, Cypress Room, Mardi Gras Room, and a Kitchen with antique items in it.
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Museums Iberia Jeanerette  

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