[French: Paroisse d'Iberville]
Iberville parish was
established April 10, 1805, and is named for Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville,
who founded the French colony of Louisiana. Point Pleasant became the seat
of government in 1807 and remained such until 1835 when it was moved to
Plaquemine.The parish seat today is Plaquemine. St. Gabriel d'Iberville
was the largest colony in the district and one of the first three Acadian
settlements in Louisiana. It was settled in 1767. Iberville Parish as one
of the oldest parishes in Louisiana.
Cities and towns
Coupee Parish (northwest)
Baton Rouge Parish (north)
Baton Rouge Parish (northeast)
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