St. Emma Plantation

Submitted by FHMaster on Sat, 12/17/2016 - 18:39

Circa-1850 home on former sugar plantation, scene of a Civil War skirmish in 1862.[6

St. Emma Plantation is a 13,000-acre (5,300 ha) former sugar plantation and house in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, United States.[2]

Listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1980, it was the scene of a Civil War skirmish in the fall of 1862.[3] The Greek Revival plantation house was owned by Charles A. Kock, a prominent sugar planter, between 1854 and 1869.[4]

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Location
Donaldsonville
State
GeoCoord
30°5′2″N 91°1′50″W
Founded
1850
NRHP Ref Number
80001695