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GRANT'S MARCH Markers follow General Grant's March through Louisiana along the Mississippi River on US 80 and 65.
Fort Buhlow's artillery placements are still visible today. Believed to be the oldest standing structure in Central Louisiana, Kent House offers glimpses into the area's rural life during the mid-19th century.
Wow, senior friends, Pomfret is historical, one of the oldest towns in the state!
The town was named after Governor Saltonstall’s estate near Pontefract (meaning broken bridge) in Yorkshire, England, and agriculture and various mills along the town’s plentiful waterways supported the settlers’ earliest enterprises.
Now part of Mashamoquet Brook State Park, Wolf Den is on the National Register of Historic Places.
There are eerie remains of an 18th-Century Settlement in Pomfret where Welsh roots inspired the name of the new community.