The Sugar Palace

AcadianaGal

Joined December 2007

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This is the Houmas House Plantation and it is one of the many Southern plantations that line the banks of the Mississippi river in South Louisiana. It was built in 1840 by Col. John Smith Preston on land originally owned by the Houmas Indians. In 1858 the house and 12,000 acres was sold to John Burnside, one of the nation’s leading sugar producers and to this day the home is sometimes referred to as The Sugar Palace.


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  • Marvin Collins
  • dtarmy06
  • Scarlett
  • Bonnie T.  Barry
  • phil777
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