- Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne
(/lə ˈmɔɪn də biˈɛnvɪl/; February
23, 1680 – March
7, 1767) was a colonist, born in Montreal, New France, and an early...
- Bienville Parish
) is a parish located
in the northwestern portion
of the U.S. state
of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census...
- Oysters Bienville
is a traditional
dish in New Orleans cuisine
of baked oysters
in a shrimp
sauce. It is served
at some of the city's renowned
to: People: Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur
(1680–1767), colonizer/governor of Louisiana, several times during
is a village
Parish, Louisiana, United
States. The po****tion was 218 at the 2010 census. Bienville
in 1891 when...
- 299 Beauregard Parish
36,167 DeRidder, LA Micropolitan Statistical
Area Bienville Parish
13,981 Bossier Parish
123,823 Shreveport-Bossier City, LA Metropolitan...
- Lake Bienville
(French: Lac Bienville
; Cree: apišikamîš) is a lake in western central Quebec
in Canada. The lake was named after
Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne...
- USS Bienville
was a 1,558 long tons (1,583 t) (burden) wooden
side-wheel paddle steamer acquired
by the Union
in the American Civil
- Bienville Square
is a historic
city park in the center
Mobile, Alabama. Bienville Square
for Mobile's founder, Jean-Baptiste Le...
- Bienville University
was an unaccredited institution
that was based
Rouge, Louisiana. It was run by Thomas
J. Kirk. Bienville University