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April 5, 2015
Poverty Point, Epps
Come and watch the rangers demonstrate the tools used by early inhabitants to build, hunt and create other articles used in their culture.
Address: 6859 Highway 577
Pioneer LA, 71266
Cost: $4 per person
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