Clinton, LA 70722
This four-acre cemetery contains the remains of hundreds of Civil War troops, both Union and Confederate. Because Clinton was connected to the Mississippi River by railroad, the town received many sick and wounded soldiers from nearby Port Hudson.
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...
Centenary State Historic Site and Jackson Confederate Cemetery
Jackson, Louisiana | The historic site is a former college that interprets the history of education in Louisiana.
New Orleans, Louisiana | The museum is the oldest museum in Louisiana.
Capitol Park Museum
Baton Rouge, Louisiana | Civil War artifacts include a Confederate submarine sunk or scuttled in Lake Pontchartrain, battle flags and weapons.