Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hogan Plantation

It had been over a year since I first heard of the Hogan Plantation mounds that I finally found myself turning down the dirt road that I thought, maybe, led to them.  I stopped at the first house I came … Continue reading

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The Owls of Poverty Point – in print

There is a new article in the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities magazine – Louisiana Cultural Vistas – featuring the Owls of Poverty Point.  It was written by Monroe writer, William Caverlee, and contains a blurb about this Shared Earth project. … Continue reading

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