The cane river region is home to a unique culture the creoles generations of the same families of owners and workers enslaved and tenant lived on these lands for over 200 years the park tells their stories and preserves the cultural landscape of oakland and magnolia plantations two of the most . But the plantation store the overseers house the blacksmith shop the slave tenant quarters the gin barn cotton picker shed and carriage house are all part of cane river creole national historical park which was designated in 1994 they are open to visitors. Established in 1994 cane river creole national historical park serves to preserve the resources and cultural landscapes of the cane river region located along the cane river lake the park is approxiately 63 acres and includes two french creole cotton plantations oakland and magnolia both plantations reflect completeness in their historic settings including landscapes. Magnolia plantation was established by ambrose lecomte ii and his wife julia buard lecomte in 1835 however magnolias early history is rooted in mid 1700s colonial louisiana in 1753 jean baptiste lecomte i received a land grant on both sides of the cane river laying the foundation for a cotton . Cane river creole national historical park magnolia plantation gin barn historic structure report b need to report the video cane river creole national historical park video tour 1 of 2
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