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Evergreen, Louisiana is a small town located in Avoyelles Parish. Chartered in 1869 and incorporated in 1871, the town is home to a little over 300 people, each having very close ties with each other.

The following exhibit contains archived pages of the entire Evergreen website. The site, developed by UL Lafayette professor emeritus and Evergreen native Dr. Edmond Dugas, contains photographs, audiovisual items, and written histories and memories provided by the town's citizens. The aim of the site, as posted on the home page, is to "document the past, celebrate the present, and plan for the future while reliving memories and creating new ones."

The exhibit can be viewed on the Special Collections Digital Exhibits.

For more information on Evergreen, visit Special Collections to view Collection 510 - Evergreen (Avoyelles Parish, LA) Collection.