Oakland Plantation- Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana


The plantation is part of the Cane River Creole National Historical Park. Originally known as Bermuda, the plantation was established by Jean Pierre Emmanuel Prudhomme on a tract of land granted to him by the Spanish government in 1789. The home was built from 1818 - 1821.


Oakland Plantation is one of the nation's best and most intact examples of a French Creole cotton plantation.