Committed to telling the story of Louisiana during the war and the part taken by her sons 

Our Museum is open from Wednesday thru Saturday from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM.   We are closed for all National Holidays.and close from Thanksgiving through the end of the year.

The grounds at Camp Moore are open 7 days a week from daylight to dusk for pedestrians.  You are welcome to walk the grounds and take our self-guided walking tour.  Please respect the grounds and leave them in the same condition you found them.
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An excellent site that offers an in-depth look at the role of Louisiana during the war.  Updated weekly
This site features questions and answers from people looking for information on Louisiana and its soldiers during the war 
Don't miss this impressive site if you are looking for a cemetery or veteran.  It has cemeteries listed by parish, many with GPS coordinates, many with rosters, pictures and highlights of Confederate soldiers.  You may also make submissions of your own.
Louisiana Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans - membership information; Confederate Burial Database, Booth's Records and La Confederate Pension Index
Find A Grave has records of over 75 million burials and adding daily.  Invaluable genealogical tool.  You can also post your ancestor's burial and place memorials.
Louisiana Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy - membership information; some unit rosters
Order of Confederate Rose  - membership information
Young Sanders Center - war topics, research, library, links to Confederate Pension Index, Soldier's and Sailor's System and Harper's Weekly Magazines
Second largest collection of Confederate artifacts in the world