Each year the Lafourche Heritage Society presents a one-day seminar on topics relating to genealogy and history. Past presenters have included historians, genealogists, archivists, prominent community members, and researchers, who have spoken on a wide range of topics relating to Louisiana history. The event also features booksellers as well as exhibits created by Society members to highlight their history or genealogy. Participants and members are invited to bring their family history charts to share information.

46th Annual LHS Seminar will be held Saturday, August 3, 2024

The Seminar will be held at the Thibodaux Regional Wellness Center at
726 N. Acadia Road (5th Floor), Thibodaux, LA 70301.

Speakers scheduled are:

Martha Aubert – Louisiana Connections to the Orphan Train

Jari Honora, CG® – “Enslaved People, Free People of Color, Sugar Planters, and a Mayflower Yankee: Documentary Research + DNA Reveal the History of a Louisiana Family.” 

Brian Costello – Various Ethnic Groups of Pointe Coupée Parish

Alan Gauthreaux – Italian Louisiana: History Heritage & Tradition

Will Theriot – Veterans of the Lafourche-Terrebonne Region

PRICE: $40 per person (deadline July 27th).

The 2023 seminar was a huge success with 90 attendees! Please plan to attend in 2024!

Some photos of the 2023 Seminar are below

Photos of Annual Genealogy and History Seminar – 2022