Brer Rabbit Visits the Laura Plantation - blank lined page journal with photos and illustrations by Patty Bodwell - The Laura Plantation is where Brer Rabbit Tales were first written down in French by A. Fortier - this is one of several fun inexpensive journals I've published on Blurb
Laura Plantation This sugarcane Creole plantation was built in 1805. The tour is very educational on Creole traditions and the way of life of all people living on the plantation. The tales of Br'er Rabbit - the American version- is said to have started her
Laura Plantation, 40 miles west of New Orleans. It's here that the Brer Rabbit tales were first written down, taken from stories that slaves told their children. Nearby Evergreen Plantation is a tourist attraction, too, including original slave quarters (below). The slave homes line a dirt road in the middle of sugar cane fields.
Nottaway Plantation in Louisiana. It's the largest remaining antebellum plantation house in the South. (@Cassie Sharp I know you love those Southern Houses. Nothing better or bigger than a Plantation Mansion)