Sabine Parish lies in the valley of the Sabine River for which it is named. It was originally a part of the Natchitoches Territory and is bounded on the north by DeSoto Parish, on the east by Natchitoches Parish, on the south by Vernon Parish, and on the west by the Sabine River (Toledo Bend Reservoir), which separates it from Texas. The parish covers nine hundred and ninety-nine square miles.
Sabine Parish has a long and interesting history influenced by many cultures, among them the Indians, Spanish, French, and English.
The history of Sabine Parish is filled with foreign intrigue, romantic adventure and a nihilistic strip of land.
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