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Rita Long

My sister and myself recently discovered and visited your lovely plantation and grounds. We were quite impressed with our tour guide and her wealth of knowledge on family and local history. We’ve toured many plantations, but none with such thoroughness of information. The fact that a family as large as yours can come together and […]

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Marty McCormick

I was at the plantation in early July. I am from Ohio and came to Louisiana to visit my son. Seeing the plantation was one of the most important things that happened in my life. I love them and anything to do with them. I had a wonderful time there and plan to come back

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Jack Cooper

I thoroughly enjoyed our tour of St. Joe’s last Friday. I was with a group of my aunts and uncle who grew up on the River Road. I have fond memories of our time spent on a great tour, thanks. Jack Cooper

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Gloria Maurin

Dear Friends at St. Joseph Plantation On Wednesday, May 18, eighteen of our members toured the home. It was truly a memorable occasion for our group. They were excited and overwhelmed with the amount of history that our tour guide gave in her presentation. Everybody wants to come back and I’m sure we will. Gloria

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Cayley Birchfield and Family

My mother and I visited your plantation home with my three children. Wow! What an interesting tour! Wehave been patiently waiting through the years to see your home as we make at least once-a-year trip to Oak Alley to get away from Texas for awhile. It was defeintely worth the wait. I am an archeological

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A small street in the small south Louisiana town of Lutcher showed up on the big screen at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, transformed into a post-World War II setting for the film “Mudbound,” which premiered to high praise on Jan. 21. Land behind two neighboring St. James Parish plantations — Felicite

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