Heart of Louisiana: David Crockett Fire House

Heart of Louisiana: Land Speed Record

Heart of Louisiana: The Gardens of Chef John Folse

Heart of Louisiana: New Orleans Jazz Museum

Heart of Louisiana: 1-room schoolhouse in Ponchatoula

  Heart of Louisiana: Rice Mill

Heart of Louisiana: The Roots of Music

Heart of Louisiana: John Moisant

Heart of Louisiana: Paddling Lake Martin

Heart of Louisiana: Organic produce farm near Alexandria

  Heart of Louisiana: Dance Halls

Heart of Louisiana: 1915 hurricane

Heart of Louisiana: Henriette Delille

Heart of Louisiana: Fruit Farm

Heart of New Orleans: Part 6

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There have been times when New Orleans was under attack. Two hundred years ago the British army threatened the city and most recently it was a hurricane.

Heart of New Orleans: Part 4

New Orleans is a place that where you expect to hear music in the streets both day and night.

Heart of New Orleans: Part 3

New Orleans was founded 300 years ago, but there was an attempt at an earlier settlement. It was a fort on the river that was lost and then found two centuries later.

Heart of New Orleans: Part 2

A poor Irish immigrant saves the orphaned children of New Orleans and a free woman of color turns her back on Creole society and begins a journey that could take her to Sainthood.

Heart of New Orleans: Part 1

New Orleans throughout its 300-year history it is a city that moves to its own unique rhythm.

Heart of Louisiana: St. Louis Cathedral

Since its earliest days, there has been a church in New Orleans' Jackson square. But St. Louis Cathedral has had its share of difficulties over the past three centuries.

Heart of Louisiana: Café du Monde

As the City of New Orleans celebrates its 300th anniversary, there is a French Quarter coffee shop that's been around for more than half of those three centuries. Café du Monde in the French Market has become a favorite of tourists and locals.

Heart of Louisiana: New Orleans cemeteries

In a city that's 300 years old, you find lots of cemeteries. And for New Orleans, its unique above-ground tombs are a top tourist attraction.

Heart of Louisiana: Fort Proctor

It looks something like an old castle, standing on a tiny spot of land in Lake Borgne in St. Bernard Parish.

Heart of Louisiana: New Orleans - The Founding Era

It may be hard to imagine what New Orleans was like in 1718, the year it was founded, three centuries ago. But an exhibit at the Historic New Orleans Collection is bringing that founding era to life with drawings, maps and artifacts from the earliest days of the city.

Heart of Louisiana: April Strawberry Harvest

In April, the strawberries are big and red, and they're ripe and sweet. It's the perfect time for picking berries at the Liuzza family farm near Amite.

Heart of Louisiana: Hiking the Grand Canyon

If you want to do some serious hiking, like trekking to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, you're most likely going to need months of preparation to get in shape for that kind of hike. Dave McNamara shows us how he did it by hiking some of his favorite trails in the Bayou State.

Heart of Louisiana: Telephones

There was a time not-so-long ago when telephones really didn't change much. Instead of standing in line every year to buy the latest upgrade, families would go for decades with the same home phone.

Heart of Louisiana: Touchstone Wildlife & Art Museum

The tiny northwest Louisiana town of Haughton is an unlikely place to see a massive collection of wild animals from around the world. But years ago, a husband and wife team turned their taxidermy skills into the creation of a homemade natural history museum.

Heart of Louisiana: The story of Amede Ardoin

Before there was zydeco music, early French-speaking musicians in Southwest Louisiana were creating Creole music. And one of the earliest recording artists was accordion player Amede Ardoin, whose life on the Creole music trail went from stardom to tragedy.

Heart of Louisiana: Robert Dafford's Lafayette Murals

You have probably seen the paintings of this renowned Louisiana artist - from a giant clarinet on a New Orleans hotel, a blues harmonica on a Baton Rouge casino and murals of Cajun history scattered across South Louisiana.

Heart of Louisiana: Hungarian Settlement

Royanne kropog plays a Hungarian folk song, a tune that arrived in Southeast Louisiana more than a century ago. It's music that is played at the annual harvest dance in an area known as Hungarian Settlement near Albany, LA.

Heart of Louisiana: Tarzan films in Morgan City

It didn't take tax incentives to lure the very first Hollywood blockbuster to film in Louisiana. The very first Tarzan film was shot in Morgan City and released to enthusiastic audiences 100 years ago.

Heart of Louisiana: Air Force One

It's an unlikely place to find a piece of presidential history. In fact, it's a rather large piece - an aircraft that served as Air Force One 60 years ago.

Heart of Louisiana: Lighthouses

For more than 150 years, these old lighthouses have marked the entrances to rivers and ports across coastal Louisiana.  But most of the old structures have fallen victim to hurricanes, sinking land and newer technology.


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