E. D. White Historic Site

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E. D. White Historic Site

Visit this historic site under gorgeous oak trees, home of the first Louisiana Supreme Court Justice. See original furniture from the home and hear the
authentic stories of life along the bayou from a true Cajun tour guide.

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  • “Educational and cost - - FREE !”

    The E. D. White house is a state museum. The house is small compared to other plantation homes in Louisiana. The exhibits were very educational and well done. The house did not have furnishings like other homes, but it is simple, educational and a very cozy place. It was home to Edward White who was a Confederate officer who later went on to be a US Senator an beyond that was Chief Justice of the US. The simplicity of the house and grounds tour was very unique and enjoyable.

    Dennis B

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