Livingston Parish Louisiana
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Founded February 10, 1832
Livingston Parish was created when the state Legislature divided St. Helena Parish in to two parts. It is named for Robert Livingston, who helped negotiate the Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803. Livingston Parish is also known as one of the Florida Parishes because up until 1810 it was still part of West Florida. In 1941 the town of Livingston became the parish seat when the courthouse was moved from Centerville (Springville) to Livingston.
Cities, Towns, and
Albany * Denham Springs * French Settlement * Killian *
Livingston * Port Vincent * Springfield * Port Vincent Springfield * Walker
Unincorporated: Árpádhon * Colyell * Corbin * Doyle * Frost * Georgeville * Head of Island * Holden * Maurepas * Satsuma * Springville (Centerville) * Whitehall *
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