If you like the Vermilion Historical Society website, you may also be interested in the following sites:
The Vermilion Parish Tourist Commission site has useful and interesting information for tourists to Vermilion Parish.
The City of Abbeville website concerns city government, minutes of city council meetings, the code of ordinances, employment, the Main Street project, and links to related sites.
Abbeville Walking Tours created by the Abbeville Main Street project disclose the locations and histories of many of Abbeville's fine old buildings.
St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church of Abbeville, Louisiana, has an interesting and attractive website. Don't miss the section on the stained glass windows (History/Photo Gallery).
Town of Gueydan. Learn about the government, history, and attractions of the Vermilion Parish town of Gueydan, Louisiana.
Graceland Cemetery Association. Information on Graceland Cemetery, within the city limits of Abbeville, Louisiana, including maps, events, and a complete listing of the people buried there.
The Historic New Orleans Collection (and the associated Williams Research Center) is probably the most significant non-governmental repository of Louisiana history, including historical maps, documents, artifacts, and publications.
The Louisiana State Museum features historic photograph collections, old maps, and other information relating to the history of Louisiana and its towns.
The Vermilion Parish Library has an online catalog and houses many books on Vermilion Parish history and genealogy.
The LaGenWeb project for Vermilion Parish contains links to biographies largely copied from William Henry Perrin's 1891 book Southwest Louisiana Biographical and Historical and other sources, but also contains some original material and some Vermilion Parish cemetery listings.
The Acadian Museum in Erath, Louisiana, has an extensive collection of local artifacts.
If you would like to take computer classes to learn more about how to use computers, visit the Vermilion Parish Computer Literacy Class.
Historical photographers Allen C. Smith and Diane L. Janowski have recorded daily life in Pointe Coupée Parish along the Mississippi River in Louisiana at the turn of the 21st Century and have put the results on a website called "Pointe Coupée at the Millenium."