Discover the history of Louisiana's Northshore, from its Native American origins to the development of its cities, including Slidell, Abita Springs and Covington to the construction of the world's longest bridge. The area's rich heritage is just the beginning of its appeal.
Louisiana's Northshore is and has been home to many creative people, artists, musicians and authors. Get to know a few of them, including fiddler Amanda Shaw, novelist Walker Percy and bluesman Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.
Learn how St. Tammany Parish got its name and how the world's longest bridge came to be. You can also get information on Louisiana's climate, its industries and its geography and its governmental structure.