A new children's book set in the Louisiana wetlands about a little boy and his near-sighted retriever
Evergreen Plantation on the Mississippi River in Louisiana is an intact plantation, including its 22 original slave cabins, sugar fields and a new interpretative center that tells the stories of everyone who lived here. Preservation Magazine cover story.
The River Road along the Mississippi is the product of more than three hundred years of documented history and culture. But it takes help to explore and appreciate it.
What others have said:
"Readers should probably consider purchasing two copies...one for the library, the other for the automobile glovebox...(it's) bound to inspire several rambles and one would be well advised to take it along as a fellow traveler." Thomas Uskali, review in Louisiana Cultural Vistas, Winter 2013.
"(Mary Ann Sternberg) finds new information along this old, romantic road."
Rheta Grimsley Johnson (Poor Man's Provence)
"I picture visitors to (my) house seeing it on the bedside table, reading a story or two and the following day asking for a road map."
Oliver A Houck (Down on the Batture)
Nutria are helping devastate the marsh; bounties on their tails help control their population. But what can be done with the rest of the animal? A small Louisiana company takes a stab at it.