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The Laura–A Creole Plantation Part 3 Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Old Houses, Nice Houses, Farm Houses, Abandoned Plantations, Louisiana Plantations, Plantation Homes, Amigurumi

The Laura–A Creole Plantation Part 3

Here are some pictures of Laura though the years. Originally named after her great grandfather, the Duparc Plantation name was changed in 1874 to "The Laura." In 1872, Laura's grandmother, Elisabeth, divided the plantation, giving half to Laura's father, Emile, 3,000 acres plus the Big House, and, to his sister, Aimee, was given 3,000 acres and the sugar mill. The following year, Emile had a successful harvest but, his sister and mother, wanting to take back his half of the farm, refused him…

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Houmas House TreASurY IteM Signed Watercolor Print 11 x | Etsy

Houmas House Signed Print of Watercolor 11 x 14 Listed is a "Houmas House" art print, which is a reproduction of my original watercolor artwork. Houmas House, located in Louisiana, is named after the Houma Indians. Built in 1840, it is also referred to as Burnside, and is surrounded by Doric columns on all sides. An interesting feature about this house is there are two two-story garconnieres on either side. A garconnier is a traditional bachelor's quarters consisting of a sitting room…

Chateau des Fleurs, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana and other family and vintage photos from the past. Put faces to the names of your loved ones at AncientFaces. Abandoned Plantations, Louisiana Plantations, Abandoned Houses, Old Houses, Abandoned Places, Mississippi, Battle Of New Orleans, Antebellum Homes, Lady Antebellum

Chateau des Fleurs, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana

Title from photographer's inventory. Meraux Place. Burned 1939. Corresponding reference print in LOT 11836. Credit line: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Purchase; Frances Benjamin Johnston estate; 1953. General information about the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.csas Forms part of: Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South (Library of Congress).

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Parlange Plantation - 11 X 14 Signed Art Print Antebellum home by Louisiana Artist Kristi Jones Art Grants, Watercolor Artwork, Art Studies, House Painting, Landscape Art, Louisiana, Home Art, Art Museum, Artist

Parlange Plantation - 11 X 14 Signed Art Print Antebellum home by Louisiana Artist Kristi Jones

Parlange Plantation Print of Original Watercolor 11 x 14 Listed is a "Parlange Plantation" art print, which is a reproduction of my original watercolor artwork. Parlange Plantation is located in Pointe Coupee Parish and was built about 1750. Parlange is of authentic Louisiana colonial construction, meaning it was built to suit the needs of the colonists who adjusted to the climate and used the materials that were on hand. Eight generations of the original owners have lived in this home…

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Live Oak Plantation | TrEaSUry ItEm | 12 x 16 Watercolor Art Print by Louisiana Artist Kristi Jones | plantation home house southern acadian

Live Oak Plantation Print of Original Watercolor 12 x 16 Listed is a "Live Oak" art print, which is a reproduction of my original watercolor artwork. Live Oak is one of the oldest homes in the West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. It was built shortly before 1800 on a Spanish land grant on Bayou Sara. The home gets its name from the splendid moss draped live oaks which surround the house. This print is signed and dated (in pencil) on front by me, Kristi Jones, the artist, and has the title on…

HOME: AT HOME IN TREMé - My New Orleans Creole Cottage, Lake Pontchartrain, Real Estate Prices, Side Garden, Pine Floors, Lush Garden, Iron Gates, House Built, Next Door

HOME: AT HOME IN TREMé - My New Orleans

THE HISTORYImagine a house built with walls three bricks thick, cypress windows, doors and moldings, wide-board pine floors and fireplaces in all the main rooms. This near-perfect 1828 Creole cottage is in the Tremé neighborhood. “It was built by Terence Cousin, a St. Tammany Parish brick-maker who barged his bricks by schooner across Lake Pontchartrain to New Orleans,” says Scott...

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HOME: AT HOME IN TREMé - My New Orleans

THE HISTORYImagine a house built with walls three bricks thick, cypress windows, doors and moldings, wide-board pine floors and fireplaces in all the main rooms. This near-perfect 1828 Creole cottage is in the Tremé neighborhood. “It was built by Terence Cousin, a St. Tammany Parish brick-maker who barged his bricks by schooner across Lake Pontchartrain to New Orleans,” says Scott...

HOME: AT HOME IN TREMé - My New Orleans Creole Cottage, Lake Pontchartrain, Real Estate Prices, Side Garden, Step Kids, Pine Floors, House Built, Window Coverings, I Fall

HOME: AT HOME IN TREMé - My New Orleans

THE HISTORYImagine a house built with walls three bricks thick, cypress windows, doors and moldings, wide-board pine floors and fireplaces in all the main rooms. This near-perfect 1828 Creole cottage is in the Tremé neighborhood. “It was built by Terence Cousin, a St. Tammany Parish brick-maker who barged his bricks by schooner across Lake Pontchartrain to New Orleans,” says Scott...