Oakland Plantation (Natchitoches, Louisiana)
Oakland Plantation was originally known as the Jean Pierre Emmanuel Prud'homme Plantation. It is also known as Bermuda. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001, it is part of Cane River Creole National Historical Park near Natchitoches, Louisiana.
The plantation is associated with Atahoe Plantation and Isle Brevelle, and is near Magnolia and Melrose plantations.

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Oakland Plantation is situated on a bend on the Cane River Lake off Highway 119 in the Bermuda Community near Natchitoches, Louisiana. In 1997, the ...
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Oakland Plantation - National Park Service
Oakland Plantation in the Cane River National Heritage Area. Explore historic sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places along the Cane River ...
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Oakland Plantation has 17 of its original outbuildings still remaining. Outbuildings still on the plantation include two pigeonniers, an overseer's house, massive ...
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Don't miss Oakland Plantation in Natchitoches, LA. It was in the same family from the time of its inception in 1821 until it was given to the National Park Service ...
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Oakland Plantation, near Natchitoches, Louisiana, has 28 historic buildings that provide a glimpse of life on a cotton plantation that functioned for 200 years.
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Natchitoches Parish was once the center of Creole culture in Louisiana, ... Oakland Plantation was founded by Pierre Emmanuel Prud'homme and his wife, ...
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Oakland Plantation Circa 1821 The founder of Oakland was Pierre Emmanuel Prud'homme, a second-generation native of French descent. With his wife ...
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Cane River Creole National Historical Park Oakland Plantation has 17 of its original outbuildings still remaining. Outbuildings still on the plantation include
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Bermuda (Oakland Plantation) shown on a portion of revised 1992 USGS Natchitoches, South. Louisiana, 7.5' series topographical quadrangle .
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Natchitoches (LA) (Images of America)
Natchitoches (LA) (Images of America)
The Joyous Coast Foundation, 2003
Nestled between stately live oaks, magnolia trees, and Cane River is the beautiful old town of Natchitoches. The oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase and the third-oldest town in the United States, Natchitoches was founded in 1714 by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis, who was sent by the French governor to establish a colony in Louisiana. In Imag...
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Natchitoches Parish
Rolonda D. Teal, 2007
Columbia, MO: The University of Missouri Press, 1999. Breedlove, Caroline. " Bermuda/Oakland Plantation, 1830-1880." Natchitoches, LA: unpublished master's thesis, 1999. Cunningham, Floyd. "Wandering in the Wilderness: Black Baptist ...
Natchitoches and Louisiana's Timeless Cane River
Natchitoches and Louisiana's Timeless Cane River
Philip Gould, Richard Seale, Robert Deblieus and Harlan Mark Guidry, 2002
Introduction by Robert Harling Nestled on the banks of Louisiana's Cane River and founded in 1714 as a French colonial settlement, Natchitoches boasts brick streets, venerable architecture, and a charming ambiance that draw visitors from around the world. Nearby, a magnificent plantation country and the Creole community of Isle Brevelle amplif...
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Best of Wishes You're Comrade, formerly Wm W. Friday June 18, 1913—Letter from—Office of J. Alph Prudhomme Oakland Plantation—Bermuda P.O. La — Office of— J. ALPH. PRUDHOMME OAKLAND PLANTATION Bermuda. P.O. LA.
Painting by Heart : The Life and Art of Clementine Hunter, Louisiana Folk Artist
Painting by Heart : The Life and Art of Clementine Hunter, Louisiana Folk Artist
Shelby R. Gilley, 2000
The most definitive book about the life and work of Louisiana Folk Artist Clementine Hunter. The book details the rich history and context of Clementine's development as an artist. The artistically friendly environment at Melrose Plantation and the encouragement she received from mentors such as Francois Mignon and James Register give the read...
Natchitoches and Louisiana's Timeless Cane River
Natchitoches and Louisiana's Timeless Cane River
2002
This stunning gallery of photos, along with edifying articles, documents the varying cultures of the Cane River region, one of Louisiana's oldest and most historically French areas. 150 color photos.
Legends of Oakland Plantation: the Prud'jommes of Natchitoches Parish
Legends of Oakland Plantation: the Prud'jommes of Natchitoches Parish
Sandra Prud'homme Haynie, Mary Breazeale Cunningham, 2001
Jean Pierre Emmanuel Prud'homme Builder of Bermuda ( Oakland) Plantation Birth: Jan. 2, 1762, Natchitoches, La. Marriage: M. Catherine Lambre, Jan. 7, 1784, Natchitoches, La. Death: May 13, 1845, Natchitoches, La. Antoine Prud' homme ...
Sweet Chariot: Slave Family and Household Structure in Nineteenth-Century Louisiana (Fred W. Morrison Series in...
Sweet Chariot: Slave Family and Household Structure in Nineteenth-Century Louisiana (Fred W. Morrison Series in...
Ann Patton Malone, 1996
Sweet Chariot is a pathbreaking analysis of slave families and household composition in the nineteenth-century South. Ann Malone presents a carefully drawn picture of the ways in which slaves were constituted into families and households within a community and shows how and why that organization changed through the years. Her book, based on massive...
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Oakland Plantation (Natchitoches, Louisiana)
Oakland Plantation- Cane River Creole National Historical Park- Natchitoches Parish LA (3) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
nrhp # 01000226- Oakland Plantation is situated on a bend on the Cane River Lake off Highway 119 in the Bermuda Community near Natchitoches, Louisiana. In 1997, the National Park Service acquired the main buildings and surrounding land of Oakland. Since then, the Cane River Creole National Historical Park has progressed to advanced stages to preserve and conserve the buildings, furniture, oil paintings, textiles, and history of the home as it was at the end of the plantation era in the 1960s. The plantation includes interpretation of the history of free blacks and Creoles of color who lived and worked on the plantation for nearly 100 years after the American Civil War and Emancipation. They were all integral to the region's community life. The community has strongly associated the plantation with the Prud'homme family. The original owners, Jean-Pierre Emanuel Prud'homme and his wife Marie Catherine Lambre Prud'homme, completed building Oakland in 1821. The family tradition claims that Oakland was one of the first plantations to grow cotton on a large scale. They also had farm animals (made evident by extant buildings such as the dipping vat, the turkey shed, the mule barn, two pigeonniers and several chicken coops) and other crops. The Prudhommes also owned and operated a store on the property, which was the site of the Bermuda US Post Office for many years. The farm flourished in the late 1800s. J. Alphonse Prudhomme I won the gold medal at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis for growing the highest-grade cotton in the South. from Wikipedia
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American Power: Oakland Plantation — Natchitoches, Louisiana
A fabulous photo-essay, at Pat Austin's, " Take a Trip to Natchitoches and Oakland Plantation" (click and enlarge here full overseers shot): And at Wikipedia, "Oakland Plantation (Natchitoches, Louisiana). ".
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Freddie Flanigan Download Natchitoches, Louisiana: A National Treasure book
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Vandrea Does America: Day 213 (Tuesday 2/19/13)- Natchitoches, LA
At Oakland Plantation National Park we found a very knowledgeable volunteer who gave us a tour of the grounds before turning us over to a Ranger who led us through the plantation home. The raised creole house is in excellent shape with the exception of the ground level, where the house slaves lived.
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Cabin Grand Opening | Christmas Festival of Lights in Natchitoches Louisiana
On Saturday December 15, 2012 at 2:30 p.m. Cane River Creole National Historical Park will hold the grand opening of its newly furnished slave/tenant cabin. The
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Listen And The Plantations On Cane River In Natchitoches, Louisiana Will Tell You Their Story | News about the Cast Iron Cookware Shop
Posted by Doyle Bailey for Cast Iron Cookware Shop and Tour Natchitoches with Barbara They huddle close upon this tarnished field, In
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Jean Pierre Emmanuel Prud’homme Day in Natchitoches, Louisiana «Natchitoches1714's Blog Natchitoches1714's Blog
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Getting Lost in Louisiana: Cane River Creole to Kisatchie National Forest
Oakland Plantation From downtown Natchitoches, we took the winding Highway 494 out the east side of town into the rural countryside. Approximately 116,000 acres surrounding Natchitoches make up the Cane River National Heritage Area, which includes several state historic sites, national historic landmarks and the Cane River Creole National Historical Park.
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