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Sabine was one of five parishes created in as many weeks by the Louisiana State Legislature March 7, 1843.
It was created from Natchitoches Parish.
The Sabine River was the international boundary between the United States and the Republic of Texas as the western boundary.
The act creating the parish specified that the seat of government should be located "within three miles of the center of the parish, and that it should be named Many. The name was selected in honor of Colonel John B. Many, commandant at Fort Jesup, then the most important settlement in the parish. [Source: History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana from the first Explorers to the Present, By John G. Belisle; Sabine Banner Press, 1912]
Many (parish seat) * Zwolle
Converse * Fisher * Florien * Noble * Pleasant Hill
Ebarb * Negreet
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