Catahoula Parish was formed on March 23, 1808. The parish derived its name from the Tensas Indian name "catoola", which means big, clear lake. However, Catahoula Lake is now in LaSalle Parish, orginally the western half of Catahoula Parish. The parish seat of Catahoula is Harrisonburg. With an area total of 703.7 square miles, Catahoula Parish has 10 public schools, 49 churches and one airport. Jonesville is located on the site of Ancient Anilco, an Indian village landscaped with mounds. Jonesville was once called Troy.
Catahoula Parish School District is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 10
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