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Oak Alley Plantation

A session at 2014 American Theological Library Association Annual Conference

Wednesday 18th June, 2014

9:00am to 2:00pm (CST)

Explore 25 acres of historic grounds and take a guided tour of the "Big House" at the Oak Alley Plantation. Learn about the impact the Civil War had on this region by visiting the Civil War Encampment Exhibit. Visit the reconstructed slave quarters and tour the exhibit "Slavery at Oak Alley." Breakfast and Lunch are available for purchase from Oak Alley Restaurant, cooking up Southern Cajun/Creole cuisine from Alligator to Tortellini Carbonara. Or, enjoy a quick bite at the Plantation Cafe, serving wraps, salads, desserts and coffee. $52 per person

Learn More: www.oakalleyplantation.com

Remember the heat and humidity! Please wear lightly colored clothing, comfortable shoes, caps/hats, and umbrellas are also suggested. We encourage you to bring water and snacks

2 attendees

  • Christopher Ullman
  • Michael Bradford

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Time 9:00am2:00pm CST

Date Wed 18th June 2014

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