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This place is beautiful from the Spanish Moss hanging from the trees, the lovely countryside and the might Mississippi River!! We enjoyed seeing the cannons, the plantation home, visitor's center and climbing to t...
There is a stone obelisk monument with its own interesting history and a nice modern Visitors’ Center with fidplay, a video, and gift shop, Really the most important part of the visit is the talk about the battle...
Park Ranger Michael Mumaugh is the most knowledgeable and engaging Civil War Park Ranger who this reviewer has ever encountered.
It preserves part of the battlefield of the Battle of Mansfield, or Sabine Crossroads, as it is also known, which was fought on April 8, 1864.
There’s also an exhibit inside the visitor center that we wish we had time to see and an adjoining national cemetery with war of 1812 and civil war vets.
Today, there is a monument at the site built in the style of an ancient Egyptian obelisk and a large open field, on which markers show the approximate locations of the American and British positions.
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The Rene Beauregard House, also known as the Malus-Beauregard House and the Bueno Retiro, is a must-see historical site that overlooks the Battle of New Orleans battlefield at the Jean Lafitte National Historical...
Later, the house took its present name from Judge Rene R. Beauregard and is located at the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park.