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Louisiana Place Study

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Contact: Steff Mandarino

Louisiana One Place Studies, (OPS)

This is a subproject of Project:Louisiana, created to collect and coordinate Place Studies in Louisiana.

If you coordinate a place study within Louisiana, please join the Louisiana Project. Contact Steff Mandarino if you need help adding your place study to this page and to an appropriate Louisiana subcategory.

Start your place study by seeing if your place has a study already started. If not, click the gold G2G to get to the "join post" for the One Place Study project: .

OPS, Louisiana Parishes

If you are interested in developing a One Place Study for a Louisiana parish, please start by adopting the parish on this page (coordinated by the One Place Studies project) and add the parish and your name below using this format (and double the square brackets): # [Space:X_Parish,_Louisiana_One_Place_Study| Space:X_Parish], [WikiTree-ID|Your Name].

  1. Space:Claiborne Parish, Sarah Heiney
  2. Space:Saint Landry Parish, David DeVillier

OPS, Louisiana Family Homes

Homes also would make great One Place Studies to connect to already existing profiles (add your ID beside the house name, and add the link you'll create, using the format #[Space:X_House, City/Parish, Louisiana|Name of Home]], [WikiTree-ID|Your Name] --with double square brackets). Choose one of the following-- or find your own and add it below:

  1. Albania Plantation House
  2. Centanni House
  3. Chauvin House, Convent, Louisiana (see this G2G discussion)
  4. Vallette-Barrett House, Herbert Tardy
  5. Melrose Plantation
  6. Coincoin–Prudhomme House (AKA Maison De Marie Therese)

Note that several plantations are already the subject of Place Studies. Please check https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:US_Black_Heritage_Index_of_Plantations to avoid creating a duplicate. More ideas can be found at the National Register of Historic Places listings in Louisiana.

If you have posted information about a Louisiana family home, please post a link below. A WikiTree-wide categorization may come about in the future (see this G2G discussion), but for the area covered by the Louisiana project, please categorize them under Category:Louisiana, Family Homes (if that category becomes too crowded, please contact Steff Mandarino about creating subcategories).

The OPS project is now including place studies as small as a house, so can family homes can be part of it as well. Here’s an example: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:122-124_Columbia_Heights_One_Place_Study.

The OPS sticker will work for the Louisiana Family Homes pages if the page names have One Place Study at the end. Join the OPS Project for more information.

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