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Louisiana’s Poverty Point gives glimpse into history

Iwasn’t born in Louisiana; my mother was. We moved to Alexandria, Louisiana when I was seven and then to Shreveport when I was 9. That is where I graduated from high school. My parents lived in Thibodaux Louisiana for 25 years after I graduated.All of this is to say that I traveled a lot on the western, northern and southern part of the state, but seldom beyond Monroe on the eastern part.This last time I was taking Interstate 20 from Dallas to Jackson I happened upon one of those brown signs that let you know there is something of historical ...

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