Congressional Oversight committee hearing interviews with white and black residents of Richland Parish, concerning the highly disputed election results in the 1876 Presidential Election.
This church was destroyed within the last twenty-five years, but it’s history was and still is a cherished one. It was placed on the National Register of Historic places back in 1989…. Read More
This organization has for one of its arms the raising of the educational standards in the colored schools of the parish. Leaders of Colored Baptist Association in Session at Mangham This Week… Read More
Left to right, front row: H. C. Lee, corresponding secretary; J.S. Phillips, general secretary; and. Rev. H. S. Carradine, president; second row: Israel McCaa. Rev. B. W. Smith. Sister C. A. Westley… Read More
This is a powerful twenty minute video with Arthur Edwards, of Rayville, describing his experiences in Vietnam. It aired on LPB in October of 2017.
RICHLAND PARISH’S SCHOOLS & TEACHERS IN 1925. Schools in Nearby Parish Open Monday for Full Sessions. Special to the News-Star. RAYVILLE, Sept. 9, 1925 – The Schools of Richland parish will begin the 1925-1926 term… Read More
If you are interested in Civil War or local history in Northeast Louisiana, a really good book I recently read is one that was originally written during that time, called Brokenburn –… Read More
Eula D. Britton School