2 edition of Outline history of Assumption Parish found in the catalog.
Outline history of Assumption Parish
Ernest Joseph Lajeunesse
|Statement||[by E.J. Lajeunesse].|
|LC Classifications||BX1424.W5 A8L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
The church was not incorporated until April 17,when it legally took the name of the Church of the Assumption. All soil is alluvial and is divided into three classes; 1 loan with humus as principal ingredient, 2 loan mixed with sand and humus in about equal proportions, and 3 the terra grasse fat land or black soil. In a third structure, the present one, was completed. On a plot donated by Miss Elizabeth Dugas, St. Crowley's term witnessed the building of a new rectoryand ended in with the succession of Fr.
To acquire the funds needed to make the school a reality, the parish held festivals, raffles and dinners for several years. Pahl is appointed Pastor. Source: Ponchaud, Francois. This site is available for adoption! Since then, most soils in the parish not prone to flooding have been used for the production of sugar cane. In Assumption Parish produced 6, pounds of sugar approximately 3, short tonsand this total advanced to 17, hogsheads In the next decade.
Inthe Basilian Fathers of Toronto took control of Assumption parish and college under their first superior, Fr. It was brought from France and was a gift of the Xavier Dugas family. By the summer of Thomas Devine had been given the Assumption Parish printing contract. Large farms or plantations have kept sugar in production for generations. Joseph Crevier, succeeded him.
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Passed after the division of Lafourche County into two parishes, the measure provided for the sale of "all public buildings It was in that a mission was established at what was then Brulee Labadie, and the first mass was said in the home of Widow Zacharie Boudreaux. Extension work in agriculture and home economics was begun in ; L.
Every child is now within easy transportation of high schools at Napoleonville, Belle Rose, and Labadieville. The parish Department of Public Welfare was organized January 17, Ina new, brick rectory was built and in both it, and the church, were wired for electricity.
As a child he accompanied members of his family to the Gulf resort, and was one of the few who escaped. Forever free We created Maphill to make the web a more beautiful place.
Patrick J. There is no authentic history concerning the year in which the seat of government was established there. Gilbert in his History of Napoleonville reports that the first trip over the Southern Pacific Lines to Napoleonville was made October 22, During his tenure, rosary chapel and the sacristybegun under Fr.
Just like any other image. By John Foley, D. Agricultural Base Assumption Parish has always been an agriculturally based parish, beginning with the Indian inhabitation. The last census gives Assumption a population of 18, a Roger F. More information can be found on the Volunteer Page.
This reliance on a single cash crop brought disaster in the 's when the Mosaic disease swept Assumption's cane fields.
Assumption Parish was included in the general road law of which made mandatory the construction of roads along waterways and of bridges and their maintenance under supervision of the police jury.
He dialogued with the military who occupied the compound to allow the church to buy back the land. Edward William Allor. Loughran, pastor of St.
During the ministry of the Rev. However, Assumption more than regained the loss bywhen figures were 6, white and 8, colored; a total of 17, with 1 Indian and 4 Chinese in the parish. Conrad L. Service was to Donaldsonville and was perhaps unique In that the caller wrote out his message which was transmitted by the operator.
We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates we make to this site Check your attics! The first telephone reached Napoleonville in Make the web a more beautiful place. Some few planters at once followed de Bore, but it was not until after the ribbon canes replaced the delicate Creole variety that the parish saw its first cultivation to advantage.
The parish continues to thrive due to the time and talents shared by the parishioners, and its dedicated staff.Assumption Parish Clerk of Court.
Welcome to the Assumption Parish Clerk of Court (APCC) Website. Assumption Parish, in the heart of Louisiana’s “Sugar Bowl”, is located about 60 miles west of New Orleans and 50 miles southeast of Baton Rouge. Assumption Parish Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in any of its programs, activities, admission, or employment practices as required by Title VI, Title IX, Sectionand Title hildebrandsguld.comon: Louisiana Napoleonville, LA, United States.
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