• Courtesy of Charles Ward

    Cane River Creole

    National Historical Park Louisiana

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March 27, 2013
Artifacts to be on loan to Smithsonian.
Items to be loaned to Smithsonian

January 04, 2013
Park Hosts Grand Opening of Newly Furnished Slave/Tenant Cabin
Volunteer helps furnish historic building.

September 21, 2012
Put Me In Coach
Baseball and Community Along Cane River

September 10, 2012
Staff Wins Eastern National Sales Contest
Bookstore sells record number of passport books.

August 14, 2012
Parks Hosts Helaire Family Reunion
Descendants of former slaves and sharecroppers return to their ancestral home.

July 27, 2012
August Ranger Programs
Summer Ranger Programs for July 29-August 11

June 25, 2012
Expressions of Freedom
Student Art Contest Commemorates 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation

June 24, 2012
Collect Civil War Trading Cards and Become a Junior Civil War Historian
Fun ways to learn about the Civil War.

June 24, 2012
3rd Annual Cane River Music Festival
Park Hosts Third Annual Festival

February 29, 2012
Rangers Celebrate Black History Month with Outreach Programs
Park Staff Present Outreach Programs in Celebration of Black History Month

December 06, 2011
Christmas Downriver
Celebrate the holidays at Oakland and Magnolia plantations.

September 13, 2011
Erosion Control Project to Begin
Construction project will take place near Oakland Plantation

June 30, 2011
Volunteers Are Doing Great Things at Our National Parks
Locals are volunteering at the park and on the Gulf Coast.

April 11, 2011
Civil War Sesquicentennial Banners On Display
Two Civil War Sesquicentennial Banners are now on display at the park's Magnolia Plantation Complex.

February 25, 2011
"Lil Dan the Drummer Boy"
Cane River Creole Celebrates Black History Month and Civil War Sesquicentennial

February 25, 2011
Cane River Creole NHP joins IPhone App
Cane River Creole NHP is part of an IPhone APP

Did You Know?

Setting Pen

Cane River's French Creole cotton plantations reflect completeness in their historic settings, including their landscapes, outbuildings, structures, furnishings, and artifacts. They are the most intact French Creole cotton plantations in the U.S.