Linville First Had School in ’81 After Work of Citizens

The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 Settled in 1778, Linville, named after that first settler "Linville", was a close ally of Ouachita City in that town's bustling days of 50 years ago. Linville, who had first cleared land there, built a store a short time later, after more settlers had come in, and started what might be … Continue reading Linville First Had School in ’81 After Work of Citizens

Long Live the Memory of Linville School (1867-2005)

Written by Jon R. McKinnie 1963 Linville Grad Early studies report that a man named Linville from North Carolina settled in the forests of what would become eastern Union Parish. He established the Linville Trading Post in 1778, thirteen miles northwest of the Ouachita City port. It was constructed on an old Indian trail, later … Continue reading Long Live the Memory of Linville School (1867-2005)