Winding Through Time

Winding Through Time

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January 31st, 2008, 2:51 am #1

By Mary Ann Sternberg, LSU Press, 2007. Originally known as Bayou D'Iberville as the explorer used this waterway to travel to and from Baton Rouge and his outpost on Ship Island in 1699. Manchac leads from the Mississippi River to Lakes Maurepas, Pontchartrain and the Gulf of Mexico. An Indian word meaning back way, Manchac's history is rich and spellbinding.

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January 31st, 2008, 8:16 am #2

You can preview several pages of the book at: http://tinyurl.com/2wr5ct

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January 31st, 2008, 2:26 pm #3

By Mary Ann Sternberg, LSU Press, 2007. Originally known as Bayou D'Iberville as the explorer used this waterway to travel to and from Baton Rouge and his outpost on Ship Island in 1699. Manchac leads from the Mississippi River to Lakes Maurepas, Pontchartrain and the Gulf of Mexico. An Indian word meaning back way, Manchac's history is rich and spellbinding.
.....that Pass Manchac would one day look like this:


This is Pass Manchac, Bayou Manchac is about thirty-five miles away, as the crow flies, at its confluence with the Petit Amite River in Ascension Parish.

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