About us

The Lafourche Heritage Society was formed in Lafourche Parish in the 1970s. Local activities associated with the celebration of the American Bicentennial inspired an interest among community members in the preservation of their history, traditions, and culture. Through our support of genealogical research, oral history, and historic preservation, the Lafourche Heritage Society strives to keep our regional legacy alive. Browse the pages of this website to find out more about the activities the Society supports and how you can get involved!

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Announcements


St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church Historical Marker
was unveiled Saturday, February 24, 2024

present were LHS board members: Dianne Frost, Elizabeth Plaisance, Martha Hodnett, Marlene Toups; Carroll and Ruth Dantin (St. John parishioners, financial contributors to the marker); LHS board members Dee Dee Gaubert, Jay Schexnaydre, Jared Wells, Clifton Theriot; Father Joe (pastor of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church), Norris Morvant (100-year-old parishioner of St. John); LHS board member Mary Duet.

FOR MORE INFO & PHOTOS VISIT OUR
HISTORICAL MARKERS PAGE

Our Walking Tours :

Pour plus d’informations sur les tours en Fran├žais cliquez ici

(French translation by Michele De Lombaerde Braud and Camille France)

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