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Red River Parish Library

Our library offers 10,400 square feet of educational material for all ages.

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Our collection

We now have over 50,000 titles.

Your community resource

Our library includes a public meeting room that can accommodate up to 50.

Look into our history

Our history room is a place where visitors can see the cultural heritage of Red River Parish.

Something for everyone

The children’s area is an open, comfortable space with plenty of books and room for activities.


Red River Parish was formed March 2, 1871 by Governor Henry Clay Warmouth from Natchitoches, Caddo, Bossier, Bienville, and DeSoto Parishes.

At the time it was a plantation region, and later became the scene of Reconstruction Era violence. The current courthouse, located in the Parish seat Coushatta, was finished in 1926.

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