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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WX_marc-eliche-home-site_Marksville-LA.html
Marc Eliché founder of Marksville, and his wife Julie Carmouche resided in a home on this site.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WW_confederate-hospital-site_Marksville-LA.html
A Confederate military hospital was maintained in this area during the Red River campaign of the Civil War. Patients were housed in a Mr. Richaud's buildings on Monroe Street according to an 1864 newspaper account.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WO_bordelon-decuir-robinson-home_Marksville-LA.html
Victorian dwelling Colonial influence. Built by Alfred Bordelon who practiced dentistry and law in Cottonport and Marksville. Built along northern edge of Spanish land grant of Francois Bordelon.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WN_barbin-satterwaithe-hometh_Marksville-LA.html
Tirn of the century Victorian home featuring Colonial influence. Wrap around porch with complete central hallway. Built by Dr. Aristide Barbin. Restored by Tucker Couvillon family in the 1950's and the Leon Satterthwaite family in the 1990's.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WM_decuir-gaspard-home_Marksville-LA.html
Modified Victorian and Arts and Crafts style home built by Albert Decuir, dairyman and farmer on Spanish land grant property of his ancestor, Francois Bordelon. Presently owned by Decuir's grandson.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29WK_bordelon-laborde-home_Marksville-LA.html
Arts and Crafts style house built by Judge Lester Bordelon. Features a large central hallway flanked by gracious rooms and beveled glass entrance.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29VW_solomon-northup-twelve-years-a-slave_Marksville-LA.html
Solomon Northup, a free man of color from New York, was lured to Washington, D.C. in 1841 and kidnapped into slavery. Brought to New Orleans, he was sold to spend 12 years as a slave in Central Louisiana arriving on the Red River in Alexandria…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29VS_bettevy-denux-roy-home_Marksville-LA.html
Full two story Arts and Crafts dwelling with Colonial Revival facade. Built by Michel Bettevy, prominent local banker. Later home to Leroy Havard family and the family of Dr. Alton DeNux, former Mayor and State Representative.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29V5_dr-john-wares-mule-tramway-site_Marksville-LA.html
Mule driven tramway. Flat cars on rails from Marksville to Red River, a distance of six miles. Carried supplies and produce to and from Ware's Landing on the river to a warehouse on this site.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM29UZ_joffrion-roy-luke-home_Marksville-LA.html
Classic Greek Revival home with heavy Colonial influence built by attorney, J.W."Buddy" Joffrion. Features a tile roof and spacious gardens. Designed by Favrot and Livaudais of New Orleans.Lower plaque:Joffrion HouseHas been placed on theNational …
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