Bob Acres, Louisiana facts for kids
Bob Acres is a small unincorporated community in rural Iberia Parish, Louisiana, United States. It was established as a train station by American actor Joseph Jefferson, who owned nearby Orange Island (now Jefferson Island, Louisiana), an inland salt dome that only appeared to be an island from a distance. Jefferson named Bob Acres after the character Bob Acres in The Rivals, one of the plays in which the actor appeared.
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