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ACADIA PLANTATION Originally Named Acadie The Name Was Changed To Acadia In The ...

ACADIA PLANTATION Originally Named Acadie The Name Was Changed To Acadia In The  ...

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Description: ACADIA PLANTATION Originally named Acadie the name was changed to Acadia in the 1830s . Once owned by Jim Bowie , the hero of the Alamo , whose family owned it from 1827 to 1831 . The house was consolidated into one building from two creole cottages and a shotgun house . Other owners were Philip Barton Key , newphew of Francis Scott Key , and Andrew Donelson , nephew of Rachel Jackson , wife of Andrew Jackson . Federal troops camped here during the Civil War . The plantation is now owned by descendants of Ann Plater Key , mother of Philip Barton Key . LaFourche Heritage Society , Inc .

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