Then and Now

Then and Now

You have probably heard the expression, “if walls could talk.” It is an expression I often think about when I visit a historic home or building. On a recent visit to the Brimstone Museum...
Johnson Bayou Library

The Johnson Bayou Library Offers Patrons a Scenic View of the Gulf of Mexico and Much More! There are not many libraries in Louisiana that have an unobstructed view of the Gulf of Mexico. Fortunately,...

One interesting fact of American History is that women were operating their own businesses long before an amendment to the Constitution was ratified giving women the right to vote in 1920. In fact Mary...
Hewitt Conner

A Review of Historic Sites in Southwest Louisiana There are over 600,000 bridges in the United States and they all have something in common: they have a story worth telling. The bridge that 71,000 motorists...

Then & Now: A Review of Historic Sites in Southwest Louisiana On the east bank of Sabine Pass, where the Sabine River meets the Gulf of Mexico, stands a stoic nineteenth century lighthouse. With a...