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Houmas House

Houmas House Plantation, near Darrow, was a tract of land along the Mississippi River purchased from the Houmas Indians in colonial times by Maurice Conway and Alexandre Latil. The Greek Revival Mansion was built in 1840 by John Smith Preston and his wife, Caroline.

Houmas House

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Houmas House. Johnston, Frances Benjamin (Photographer)

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