Oakland Region Proves Fertile For Rearing Governors

The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 The present village of Oakland is an old established community of Union Parish. Its name until after the Civil War was Union Cross Roads, and was said to have been named by Reverend George Everett, one of the first settlers. In the early days, both ante-bellum and post-bellum, the community was … Continue reading Oakland Region Proves Fertile For Rearing Governors