Heavy Snows Damage Multiple Historic Buildings in Idaho, Oregon

  Historic property owners across the country contend with fires, floods, tornadoes, landslides, and hurricanes, but it’s rare you’ll hear about major damage and destruction from snow. That’s just the case, though, for many people in small towns and mountain hamlets across Idaho and Oregon in recent weeks. Several historic structures have suffered from aContinue reading “Heavy Snows Damage Multiple Historic Buildings in Idaho, Oregon”

Along the River Road: Churches and Religious Sites in St. James Parish, Louisiana

St. James Parish, Louisiana was created in 1807, and is made up of a scattering of small towns in a largely rural, agricultural area that straddles the Mississippi River midway between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. It’s known to many as the heart of Cajun Country.