Bayou Steamboats

Kelby Ouchley Bayou-Diversity July 8, 2018 Had you been sitting on the bank of Bayou Bartholomew several miles below Bastrop on the afternoon of December 13, 1857, you would have heard her piercing scream long before she came into view. Heavily laden with cotton bales, the steamboat W.W. Farmer eased cautiously along with the current. … Continue reading Bayou Steamboats