Located at 4386 Highway 494 in Bermuda, Louisiana, the Oakland Plantation, Creole National Historical Park is only one of two National Bicentennial Farms located west of the Mississippi River.  It and the Magnolia Plantation, both of the Natchitoches Parish, had been in the same family for more than two-hundred years. 

Founded by Jean Pierre Emanuel Prud’homme, eight generations, according to the plantation’s page on the National Park Service (NPS) website, “of his French Creole family lived and worked on this land, managing to keep the physical complex intact for two centuries.”