Baton Rouge, Louisiana Page5  

(1-2009)  Enlarge Chase Tower parking garage entrance, built on the site of the home of Sarah Morgan, author of "A Confederate Girl's Diary," which chronicled the battles at Baton Rouge and Port Hudson and the Federal occupation of Baton Rouge. Historical marker is barely visible in center
Photo by Joel Manuel, Baton Rouge, LA

(1-2009) Enlarge Close-up of historical marker: "MORGAN HOUSE SITE - On this site stood the home where Sarah Morgan Dawson (1842-1909) wrote 'A Confederate Girl's Diary,' which has become a Civil War classic. The diary depicts the occupation of Baton Rouge by Union forces
Photo by Joel Manuel


(1-2009) Enlarge Baton Rouge National Cemetery. View looking northwest, with part of Magnolia Cemetery, site of the main action of the Battle of Baton Rouge (August 1862) in the background

  (1-2009) Enlarge Cemetery Marker

(12-2008) Enlarge Taken during record snowfall in Baton Rouge, Thursday, December 11, 2008


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