3522 College Street
Jackson, LA 70748
Centenary State Historic Site is a former college that interprets the history of education in Louisiana. The college buildings were used as hospitals for Confederate soldiers from 1862 to 1863. A small skirmish was fought on the grounds on August 3, 1863. The Jackson Confederate Cemetery is located on the grounds and contains more than one hundred unmarked graves of soldiers who died during the war.
Camp Moore/Confederate Museum and Cemetery
Kentwood, Louisiana | Established in the summer of 1861, Camp Moore (named after Civil War Gov. Thomas Moore) served as one of the largest Confederate...
Clinton Confederate State Cemetery
Clinton, Louisiana | This four-acre cemetery contains the remains of hundreds of Civil War troops, both Union and Confederate.
Fort DeRussy State Historic Site
Marksville, Louisiana | The fort, named after Col. Lewis G. DeRussy, consists of an earthen fort, cemetery and water battery.
Fort Pike State Historic Site
New Orleans, Louisiana | The site was originally built to prevent British reinvasion of the United States
Port Hudson State Historic Site
Jackson, Louisiana | This is the site of the last Confederate stronghold on the Mississippi River.
Winter Quarters State Historic Site
St. Joseph, Louisiana | The historic site, a home listed on the National Register of Historic Places, stands today as a rare survivor of the ravages...