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Vintage Louisiana Maps
Louisiana took statehood in 1812, and many beautiful historical maps feature the state that’s known for its rich cultural heritage. 

In the Ted’s Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Louisiana maps. They include nearly every county in the state: East Baton Rouge Parish, Jefferson Parish, Orleans Parish, St. Tammany Parish, Caddo Parish, Lafayette Parish, Calcasieu Parish, Ouachita Parish, Livingston Parish, and Rapides Parish. Our most commonly requested maps for Louisiana are typically for the cities of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Bossier City, Kenner, Monroe, and Alexandria.

To browse our collection of old Louisiana maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Louisiana map and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Louisiana
When you think of Louisiana, the first city that comes to mind is New Orleans, nicknamed the 'Big Easy.' It's a city with a vibrant live music scene, a nightlife that never seems to end, and where you can find some of the best, most authentic Creole and Cajun dishes around. 

Come Mardis Gras time, New Orleans becomes a giant street party. Mardis Gras is celebrated throughout Louisiana, but New Orleans is known as being the center of it all. The streets fill with parades, musicians and entertainers keep everyone smiling and dancing, and the drinks flow freely. And, of course, there's the tradition of tossing beaded necklaces in purple, green, and gold (they represent the Christian symbols of justice, faith, and power, respectively).

Outside of New Orleans, you'll find a change of pace in cities like Baton Rouge and Lafayette. 

Baton Rouge is filled with landmarks and museums and is also home to one of Louisiana's top attractions, the historic Old State Capitol. The building's architecture is quite distinct because it was built to look like a castle. And inside, there’s a massive stained-glass rotunda that truly takes your breath away. The Louisiana State Capitol, the building that's currently the seat of government, has a great story as well. At 34 stories and 450 feet tall, it's the tallest capitol building in the United States.

Lafayette, located two hours west of New Orleans, is steeped in Cajun and Creole culture. It's also where you can experience the vast swampland of the Atchafalaya Basin, the nation's largest river swamp.

Turning to famous people who hail from Louisiana, they include actress Reese Witherspoon, country singer Tim McGraw, singer/trumpeter Louis Armstrong, and former professional football player turned sports analyst Terry Bradshaw.

Finally, if you fear alligators, you might want to skip a visit to Louisiana. According to Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries, over 2 million wild alligators are in the state, plus there are nearly 1 million more on farms. For comparison, the total human population in Louisiana is just over 4.5 million.

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Vintage Louisiana Maps
Louisiana took statehood in 1812, and many beautiful historical maps feature the state that’s known for its rich cultural heritage. 

In the Ted’s Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Louisiana maps. They include nearly every county in the state: East Baton Rouge Parish, Jefferson Parish, Orleans Parish, St. Tammany Parish, Caddo Parish, Lafayette Parish, Calcasieu Parish, Ouachita Parish, Livingston Parish, and Rapides Parish. Our most commonly requested maps for Louisiana are typically for the cities of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Bossier City, Kenner, Monroe, and Alexandria.

To browse our collection of old Louisiana maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Louisiana map and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Louisiana
When you think of Louisiana, the first city that comes to mind is New Orleans, nicknamed the 'Big Easy.' It's a city with a vibrant live music scene, a nightlife that never seems to end, and where you can find some of the best, most authentic Creole and Cajun dishes around. 

Come Mardis Gras time, New Orleans becomes a giant street party. Mardis Gras is celebrated throughout Louisiana, but New Orleans is known as being the center of it all. The streets fill with parades, musicians and entertainers keep everyone smiling and dancing, and the drinks flow freely. And, of course, there's the tradition of tossing beaded necklaces in purple, green, and gold (they represent the Christian symbols of justice, faith, and power, respectively).

Outside of New Orleans, you'll find a change of pace in cities like Baton Rouge and Lafayette. 

Baton Rouge is filled with landmarks and museums and is also home to one of Louisiana's top attractions, the historic Old State Capitol. The building's architecture is quite distinct because it was built to look like a castle. And inside, there’s a massive stained-glass rotunda that truly takes your breath away. The Louisiana State Capitol, the building that's currently the seat of government, has a great story as well. At 34 stories and 450 feet tall, it's the tallest capitol building in the United States.

Lafayette, located two hours west of New Orleans, is steeped in Cajun and Creole culture. It's also where you can experience the vast swampland of the Atchafalaya Basin, the nation's largest river swamp.

Turning to famous people who hail from Louisiana, they include actress Reese Witherspoon, country singer Tim McGraw, singer/trumpeter Louis Armstrong, and former professional football player turned sports analyst Terry Bradshaw.

Finally, if you fear alligators, you might want to skip a visit to Louisiana. According to Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries, over 2 million wild alligators are in the state, plus there are nearly 1 million more on farms. For comparison, the total human population in Louisiana is just over 4.5 million.

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