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The Rebel State Historic Site and Louisiana Country Music Museum features memorabilia from the early days of county, gospel, the radio era to modern day. Peruse musical instruments, household objects, Johnny Horton’s gold record for “Battle of New Orleans“, Hank William Jr.’s shirt and more. The grounds feature a picnic area and two short nature trails. Check out the schedule for live performances of both local and national artists, and the popular annual fiddling championship. The historic site dates back to the Civil War, when a Confederate soldier was killed, then buried here. A marker now stands in honor of the Unknown Confederate Soldier. There is a small entrance fee. Free for seniors and kids 12 and under.
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