Before railroads and highways, stagecoaches provided the only passenger transportation between towns. Traveling by stagecoach was an uncomfortable bone-jarring, often terrifying, experience. Stages encountered muddy roads, floodwaters, and bandits while serving an essential role in moving the economy and the U.S. Mail. Come learn how the stagecoach helped link and build north Louisiana.
Presented by Claiborne Parish Library historian Wesley Harris.
Light refreshments provided. Hand sanitizer available.