The Story of Covington

The Story of Covington

A 200 Year Journey

DVD - 2013
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Founded on July 4, 1813, The City of Covington is celebrating its bicentennial this summer. The small town has a rich history dating back to the days of Andrew Jackson setting up camp on the banks of the Bouge Falaya River. To help commemorate this special occasion, WLAE-TV (PBS) has produced the documentary film, The Story of Covington: A 200 Year Journey. From H.J. Smith’s Sons Hardware Store on Columbia Street to Lee Harvey Oswald’s school days at Schoen Middle School, the city of Covington has a past full of stories that serve as a living history to this town that was once linked by flowing rivers and Lake Pontchartrain.
Publisher: New Orleans, LA : Educational Broadcasting Foundation Inc., WLAE-TV, ©2013.
Branch Call Number: DVD La 976.312 Sto
Characteristics: 1 videodisc : sound, color, digital ; 4 3/4 in.


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